ANDREW COYNE puts a different spin on the auto bailout (“We’ll pay for this bailout for years,” Opinion, June 15), but what is a taxpayer to do? We watch in horror as our federal and provincial leaders spend our money trying to save the already dead North American auto companies.
When Brooklyn journalist Arianne Cohen was a five-foot-three eight-year-old, her classmates nicknamed her Amazon Ari. Her pediatrician told her she was going to be “taller than the president,” who at the time was not every little girl’s role model: a six-foot-one Ronald Reagan.By LIANNE GEORGE9 min
At the Santa Clara Grand Prix in California last Sunday, Vancouver’s Brent Hayden finished the men’s 100-freestyle race in 48.44 seconds, a meet record, beating eight-time Olympic gold medallist Michael Phelps by a full halfsecond.
After worrying for months that confidence would never return, now financial gurus find themselves dealing with an overabundance. For the past several weeks, experts and authorities have been doing their best to dampen optimism, and step on a few of the celebrated “green shoots” that have dominated the discussion on Wall Street since March.By STEVE MAICH7 min
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