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A Florida man with a long rap sheet was arrested Friday and charged with sending more than dozen mail bombs to prominent Democrats and others who've been critical of U-S President Donald.

U-S Justice Department officials describe 56-year-old Cesar Sayoc (SEE'-sur SAY'-ock) of Aventura, Florida as an amateur body builder, former stripper, and ardent Trump supporter.

His arrest capped a nationwide search in a case that spread fear across the country ahead of next month's midterm elections. (2)

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Barack Obama criticized U-S President Donald Trump's tenure in office in a set of fiery speeches Friday in Milwaukee and Detroit.

The former president took aim at Trump and other Republicans for what he described as "making stuff up."

He said the character of the U-S is on the ballot in the first midterm election since Trump took office. (2)

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The Trudeau government is proposing new regulations that would lift a lifetime ban on anonymous sperm donations from men who have sex with other men.

The move is intended to help Canadians struggling with infertility.

Another proposal from the government could see surrogate mothers reimbursed for more of the expenses they face in trying to help people build their families, including loss of income.

Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor says that would help protect the health and safety of women and children. (2)

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R-C-M-P say two Nova Scotia men in their 20s were arrested Friday afternoon at a border crossing in western New Brunswick. …

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