NATIONAL NEWS ‘SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENT’ EXPECTED TO BE ANNOUNCED IN BRUCE MCARTHUR CASE; Gmail reportedly down across the globe
Toronto Police expected to provide update on Bruce McArthur case
“A significant development in this case is expected.”
This is all Toronto Police will say as alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur heads back to court for an appearance this morning. The 67-year-old is set to face trial for eight counts of first degree murder next January.
Gmail users across the globe express frustration with login issues
If you can’t log into your Gmail account this morning you’re not alone.
According to DownDetector.com, users around the world are suddenly having issues getting into their email accounts, getting a 404 error when they attempt to login. The issue does not appear to be affecting iPhone or Android mail apps at this point.
Officers expected to recover, suspects killed following shootout in Houston
A shootout left two suspects dead and five officers injured with two in critical condition.
This is the latest update from Houston Police following the Monday shooting. Police reportedly took on gunfire while trying to execute a search warrant in a drug investigation. Three of the officers are now in good condition and the other two are expected to recover.
China presses US to give up extradition plans over Huawei charges
Beijing is giving more warnings as the US prepares to charge Huawei with numerous offences.
US officials allege the tech giant is guilty of unsanctioned trade, bank and wire fraud and stealing secrets from competitor T-Mobile. Huawei’s CFO is facing extradition to the US to answer to these charges. Chinese officials accuse the US of targeting Huawei for political reasons and warn they will protect the company.
Canadian researchers urge parents to limit screen time for young kids
Too much screen time could lead to multiple development issues for kids.
Canadian researchers suggest kids under five who get more than an hour using devices are less likely to develop important motor, social and emotional skills. Officials say parents need to find more creative ways to deal with temperamental kids rather than putting a device in front of them.