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Video News: Canada
By Tribune
Two teenage boys shot and killed as they sat in a minivan on the Chicago's South Side Saturday night were attacked after they pulled a practical joke on a group of young men, family members said Sunday. (Full Story)

By APlus
"Every statement I've made has nothing to do with anything any of you have done.” (Full Story)

By BBCNews
A major flaw in wi-fi connections has been revealed by security researchers. (Full Story)

By storyfulviral
These cute little guys were given to a shelter and are now being looked after by foster mum Sheila in Troutdale, Oregon.Speaking to Storyful, Shelia explained: “The kittens were sick and underweight but now are healthy and nearly ready for adoption”. The video to date has received over 44,000 views on Instagram. Credit: love2foster via Storyful (Full Story)

By IBTimes
A Santa Rosa resident recorded the moment he discovered his family's missing dog in the ruins of parent's fire ravaged home on Oct. 10. Jack Weaver and his brother-in-law Patrick Widen hiked out to the home of Kathy Weaver, Jack's mother, in Wikiup Bridgeway, Santa Rosa, northern California, to search for Izzy, who had bolted when Kathy was evacuated. (Full Story)

By Tribune
New legislation signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown will require pet stores in the state to sell rescue animals. (Full Story)

By Entrepreneur
Kelsey Humphreys chats with Jasmine Star about her journey and her advice on how service-based business owners to build a winning personal brand using social media (Full Story)

By LarryKingNow
Actor and comedian Nick Kroll discusses his hit Broadway production 'Oh, Hello,' and workshops a character for Larry to play if the show ever returns. (Full Story)

By Tribune
Police have released video of a suspect committing what they called an "unimaginable" crime in the hope the public can help them identify her. (Full Story)

By BBCNews
With at least 31 dead and 3,500 buildings destroyed, the fires have been the most devastating since 1933. (Full Story)

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