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Barry Trotz: Capitals think they are mentally tougher

What looked lopsided on paper going in has been as tight as anyone could have possibly imagined with the teams separated by one goal in the series (16-15 Capitals) and tied in shots (175 apiece). "Certain hits in the game, I think when you have an ability to injure a player, we just have different viewpoints". "Their execution, they were really good".


Canada outsmarted American politicians for years

Canada outsmarted American politicians for years

Canada has successfully defended its policies in the past, but President Trump's Commerce Department still found Canada was unfairly subsidizing lumber exports - and will start charging Canadian lumber anywhere from 3 to 24 percent more when it crosses the border.



French election spurs equity market, euro rally

Ms. Le Pen beat her own previous record of votes in the first round of 2012, when she won 17.9%. For the first time in the history of the Fifth Republic (established in 1958), neither of the two mainstream parties - the Socialists of the left and the Republicans of the right - are in the final run-off.



Federal judge blocks Trump's order to pull funding from "sanctuary" cities

Although his criticism on Wednesday was focused on a court, Trump has repeatedly attacked sitting federal judges and decisions he does not like, unprecedented criticism for a sitting president toward the judiciary in modern times. The judge also cited a February interview in which he said the president threatened to cut off funding to California, saying the state "in many ways is out of control".


British PM Theresa May calls for snap election on June 8

British PM Theresa May calls for snap election on June 8

Her plan comes as the main opposition Labour Party faces record lows in approval ratings. Polls suggest the party could lose dozens of their current 229 seats in Parliament. "President Juncker will travel to London at the invitation of Prime Minister May to discuss the process of the Article 50 negotiations between the European Union 27 represented by the commission and the United Kingdom", Andreeva added.


North Korea threatens to sink U.S. aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson

North Korea threatens to sink U.S. aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson

The Michigan is one of the U.S. Navy's largest submarines. The carrier group will conduct joint exercises with the South Korean military. The newspaper quoted an official from Japan's Defense Ministry as saying that it was highly unusual for an American aircraft carrier and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force to carry out joint exercises in the East Sea, explaining that "they had not done so until now out of concern for a backlash from neighboring countries".