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At least 14 people shot in Toronto and shooter is dead, police say:

A woman was killed and 13 others injured in a shooting in Toronto on Sunday night, Police Chief Mark Saunders said.

The suspect is also dead, Saunders said.
The shooting victims are being treated for their injuries and their conditions were not immediately known. But one of the victims — a young girl — is in critical condition, Saunders told reporters late Sunday.
Shots rang out shortly after 10 p.m. ET in the Toronto’s Greektown neighborhood

What we know about the Missouri duck boat incident:

Investigations are underway after a duck boat capsized during a storm in southwestern Missouri last week, leaving 17 people dead.

The Ride the Ducks Branson amphibious vessel had 31 people on board when it set sail Thursday on Table Rock Lake near Branson, Missouri, as a severe thunderstorm whipped up intense winds and waves.
Investigators are looking into questions about the accident, including ones about the weather, life jackets, the boat and the actions of the crew, officials said.

Trump tweets explosive threat to Iran:

US President Donald Trump has launched a furious all-caps Twitter rebuke of Iran declaring “you will suffer consequences the likes of which few have ever suffered before.”

The tweet, which was posted late Sunday night, follows an apparent warning issued by Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani, in which he cautioned Americans “must understand that war with Iran is the mother of all wars and peace with Iran is the mother of all peace,” according to Iranian state media reports.

These foods linked to ongoing outbreaks might make you sick:

US health officials are warning people to avoid certain foods due to ongoing unrelated outbreaks of intestinal infections caused by bacteria, viruses and even parasites lurking in some of our food.

Here’s what to stay away from:

Pasta salad

Hy-Vee, a Midwestern grocery store chain, has recalled a pasta salad that might be linked to at least 20 people getting sick from salmonella. Hy-Vee, based in Iowa, sold the 1-pound and 3-pound plastic containers of Spring Pasta Salad in eight states.
The states are Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota — where the salmonella illnesses were reported — and Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Wisconsin.

‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ reboot to feature African-American lead:

Buffy lives.

The supernatural drama “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” will be getting a reboot with an African-American actress in the lead role, a Fox 21 Television Studios spokesperson confirmed to CNN.
“Like our world, it will be richly diverse, and like the original, some aspects of the series could be seen as metaphors for issues facing us all today,” producers on the project told Deadline, which first reported news of the “Buffy” reboot.
Based on the 1992 film of the same name, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” originally ran from 1996 to 2003 on WB and later UPN.
Sarah Michelle Gellar starred in the title role as Buffy Summers.
No actors have been cast in the series reboot yet.

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