1. Won't come CLEAN

    Toronto Mayor Refuses to Resign

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford tells to the media to get off his property as he leaves his home in Toronto on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013. A judge on Wednesday ordered the release of police documents in the drug case against a friend of Ford. Peter Jacobsen, a lawyer for various Canadian news organizations that pushed to release the records, said the case against Alexander Lisi involves the mayor. (AP Photo/, Nathan Denette)

    Nathan Denette/AP

    Saying he "can't do anything else but apologize," Toronto mayor Rob Ford declined to resign his post at a press conference late Tuesday afternoon. "I know I have embarrassed everyone in the city," he said, noting that the earlier admission that he smoked crack cocaine was the most difficult thing he's had to do. He said he will continue doing the job he was elected to do, and voters can decide whether he should stay in office next October. Earlier in the day, Ford admitted to his drug use. “Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine,” he said at a press conference. “I am an addict? No. Have I tried it? Probably in one of my drunken stupors.”

    Read it at The Toronto Star