Friday, August 8, 2014 – CBC News Headlines-

Friday, 08 August, 2014.  -( 72°F / 22°C & ‘Partly Cloudy’ @ 2:15 pm in Ithaca, NY, USA )-

{ Again, these are not links. If you want to read these stories or watch the video -if there is video- go to CBC dot CA/news. —Thanks. ———djo——— }



“Lead Stories”

-Must Watch- Grumpy Cat frowns upon NYC

-Live- U.S. military action against ISIS in Iraq ‘limited in scope’ White House says

-Analysis- Ebola outbreak: it’s not the virus but Africa that’s changed

-New- Remains of Canadian MH17 victim Andrei Anghel identified

-Video- ‘Be rolling with your video camera’: CBC’s Derek Stoffel on Gaza reporting




Thousands of people are watching a fish play Pokemon right now

Toddler apprehended by Secret Service at White House

Cessna plane lands on Quebec highway after engine trouble

Artist criticized for mounting iPads on tortoises



“Most Viewed”

Costco crash: Ruth Burger, driver of car, charged with criminal negligence

Tim Bosma killing: Christina Noudga to be released on $100K bail

Jann Arden boycotts radio station for shortening songs

Mount Polley mine spill: Ministe says residents may get lucky break

Gaza rocket launched during CBC interview

Alzheimer’s patients often go ‘back in time’ doctor says




200 jobs created in July, unemployment dips to 7%

How Justin Trudeau’s memoir is a political ‘rite of passage’

First storm in Hawaii one-two punch brings heavy rains

Tailings pond spill: What happens to effluent over time

‘Brain-like’ chip with programmable neurons made by IBM

‘If you see it, they’ll make more’: Eli Glasner on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

-must watch- Underwater wedding

-At issue- Your mid-summer political questions answered

Magna expects banner year on strengthening auto sales

China to jail British-U.S. couple in corporate corruption case

B.C.’s Tekmira gets FDA approval to fast track Ebola drug

17% of condo owners in Toronto, Vancouver bought for investment

Sunrise propane class-action lawsuit granted $23M settlement

5 tips for watching the 2014 Perseid meteor shower

Russians required to give personal ID for public Wifi access

‘I don’t think it well ever entirely be clened up’: What tailings ponds become over time

CBSA allowed religious travellers to avoid female guards

Chief Ron Giesbrecht won’t resign after $1M payday controversy



“Local” / “New Brunswick”

Alward election ads mau need tweaking after Redford’s downfall

Attempted murder charge laid in Saint John trailer park shooting

Air Canada union takes cut of flight attendants to court

Justin Bourque trial date expected to be set today



{ & I will finishing editing later-  ———djo——— } { Doug got tied up at work and never could finish with comments – jda -}

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