1. New Brunswick shooting suspect caught
(REUTERS/Ron Ward/Moncton Times & Transcript)
After a long manhunt, police in Moncton were able to capture the man accused of shooting five Mounties, three fatally.
Justin Bourque, 24, who was arrested without being harmed, is expected to be charged today.
2. Another sweep for the Jays
The Toronto Blue Jays are still on fire. Yesterday afternoon they dominated Detroit 7-3 to sweep the series.
Meanwhile, injured centre fielder Colby Rasmus has missed many of the team's stunning AL East-leading performances, leading our Steve Buffery to suggest maybe thatís no accident.
Hereís his argument for why the team should unload Colby.
3. D-Day anniversary
The 2nd Battalion U.S. Army Rangers, tasked with capturing the German heavy coastal defence battery at Pointe du Hoc in Normandy, march to their landing craft in Weymouth, England, on June 5, 1944(L). Tourists walk along the same beach-front on July 13, 2013 (R). REUTERS/US National Archives/Handout (L) Chris Helgren (R)
Today is the 70th anniversary of D-Day, when more than 160,000 soldiers descended on Normandy in the biggest invasion by sea ever.
Check out our interactive feature, scenes from D-Day: then and now.
4. Justin Bieberís got a defender
Justin Bieberís mentor Usher is standing by the troubled young star, who has apologized for telling racist jokes in videos recorded when he was a teen.
"I gave every bit of advice and always told him it was up to him if he really wanted this. Now that he has it, as an adult, it's his to manage," he told Nylon Guys magazine.
The Daily Mail is reporting that Bieber has been doing a lot of crying since TMZ published the footage.
The celebrity gossip website has denied reports it's blackmailing Bieber.
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- With files from Reuters and QMI Agency