Myles Sanderson, suspect in deadly stabbings in Canada, dies after arrest

Myles Sanderson, one of the two suspects a stabbing attack that left 10 dead in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, has died, police said Wednesday evening. He had been arrested earlier that afternoon following a three-day manhunt. “Shortly after his arrest, he entered medical distress,” Rhonda Blackmore, assistant commissioner for the RCMP in Saskatchewan, said … Read more

Canadian police arrest second suspect in stabbing rampage

JAMES SMITH CREE NATION, Saskatchewan (AP) — Canadian police on Wednesday arrested the second suspect in the stabbing deaths of 10 people in the province of Saskatchewan after a three-day manhunt in which they had found his brother’s body. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Myles Sanderson, 32, was near the town of Rosthern in … Read more

Fears run high as Canadian police search for stabbing suspect

JAMES SMITH CREE FIRST NATION, Saskatchewan (AP) — Fears ran high on an Indigenous reservation in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan on Tuesday after police warned the suspect in a murderous knife rampage over the weekend could being nearby and that officers surrounded a house with firearms. Police then sent out an alert saying it … Read more

Canadian police: 1 suspect in stabbings found dead

WELDON, Saskatchewan (AP) — One of the suspects in the stabbing deaths of 10 people in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan has been found dead and his wounds were not self-inflicted, police said Monday as she was continuing to search for a second suspect. Regina Police Chief Evan Bray said Damien Sanderson, 31, was found … Read more

Serena Williams says ‘the countdown has begun’ for retirement

Say “the countdown has begun”, 23 times in Grand Slam champion Serena Williams announced on Tuesday that she was ready to step away from tennis so she could focus on having another child and her business interests, portends the end of a career that transcended sport. In an essay published Tuesday by vogue magazine and … Read more

Pope says he’ll slow down or retire: ‘You can change popes’

ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE (AP) — Pope Francis admitted on Saturday that he could no longer travel as he used to because of strained knee ligaments, saying his one week canadian pilgrimage was “a bit of a test” that showed he needed to slow down and possibly retire one day. Speaking to reporters as he … Read more

Judge Alito mocks foreign critics of abortion cancellation

WASHINGTON (AP) — Judge Samuel Alito has scoffed at criticism from foreign leaders of the Supreme Court ruling he authored overturn a constitutional right to abortion, in his first public comments since last month’s decision. The judge’s remarks drew more criticism as well as some support. Speaking in Rome at a religious freedom summit, Alito, … Read more