• The Canadian Press

    DEA’s most corrupt agent: Parties, sex amid 'unwinnable war'

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — José Irizarry accepts that he’s known as the most corrupt agent in U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration history, admitting he “became another man” in conspiring with Colombian cartels to build a lavish lifestyle of expensive sports cars, Tiffany jewels and paramours around the world. But as he used his final hours of freedom to tell his story to The Associated Press, Irizarry says he won't go down for this alone, accusing some long-trusted DEA colleagues of joining h

  • The Canadian Press

    Vasek Pospisil: Canada's Davis Cup victory a career highlight

    TORONTO — Canada's Davis Cup team developed a foolproof ritual before each of its matches along the way to the country's first-ever championship. All of the players would slowly start to clap in their locker room, letting the tempo and volume of their applause build. As it hit a crescendo, team manager Alain Beaupré would burst into the room and start yelling the name of the next Canadian to hit the court, with the other players exploding in laughter. "I don't even know how to describe it. He'll

  • The Canadian Press

    Courting Disaster: Sportsnet loses Davis Cup feed just before Canada's historic win

    The timing of a technical glitch that knocked the Davis Cup final off the air on Sportsnet couldn't have come at a worse time for tennis fans across Canada. Instead of watching the dramatic scenes of the country's first-ever win at the prestigious team event, viewers were left in the dark Sunday due to an issue with the network's satellite feed. Broadcasters Rob Faulds and Robert Bettauer, who were providing commentary from a remote studio, had to call the last few points by checking an online s