Tag Archives: 2016

Scam Season: Tips on how to avoid losing everything Business,Crime,News

After a Toronto widow Lost $450,000 to a fake lover online, police are urging people to be more cautious of unknown numbers and addresses. Odds are many readers have an inbox full of e-mails from sketchy addresses asking them to click a link. Learn how to spot scams before they have the chance to ruin your life.

2016 U.S. Election: Humber News hits the polls in Buffalo, NY Uncategorized

By: Laura Dart, Katherine Aylesworth, Lindsay Wadden, Tyler Bloomfield Americans flocked to the polls in Buffalo, N.Y. to elect the next President of the United States. Whether they voted for Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump or a third party candidate voters seemed enthusiastic to cast their votes. Our reporter Laura Dart was there and talked to

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2016 U.S. Election: Hillary Clinton at a glance News,US Election 2016

By: Tyler Bloomfield Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton is the first female candidate to represent one of the two major parties in the presidential race and in a matter of hours she could be president elect. (Donald Trump at a Glance) Early Years Born Hillary Rodham and raised in a Chicago suburb, Clinton’s political career

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‘This is our time,’ journalist says of Cubs’ World Series run News,Sports

In the almost three decades she’s been in Chicago, Linda MacLennan has seen Michael Jordan’s Bulls’ dynasty of the ’90s, the Bears celebrate a Super Bowl, the White Sox win in ’05, and watched the Blackhawks go from laughing stock of the National Hockey League to winning three Stanley Cups between 2010 and 2015.

U.S. Presidential Debates: 6 moments that shifted the votes News,Politics

By: Hunter Crowther The highly-anticipated first U.S. presidential debate will take place Monday night at Hofstra University, and it could sway the minds of undecided voters. The two major party candidates, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump, will square off in a 90-minute debate. Moderated by NBC News anchor Lester Holt, the

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