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CBC › Finance › 1 hour ago
The Democratic-led U.S. House Judiciary Committee begins debating the two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Wednesday evening.
House strikes deal with White House, passing key defense legislation establishing Space Force and paid parental leave
ABC News › 1 hour ago
The House passed a key defense bill on Wednesday that includes the establishment of Space Force, paid parental leave for civil servants and reforms for military housing.
CBC › Opinions › 15 hours ago
Police organizations are attempting to recruit more women, but a key consideration of how to best support and retain women who are already in uniform is being overlooked, write Souhila Baba and Andréanne Angehrn.
CBC › Lifestyle › 23 hours ago
A B.C. woman has lost a desperate bid to preserve sperm taken from her late husband in the hours after his death the hopes she might still be able to bear his child.
CBC › Incident › 1 day ago
U.S. House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment Tuesday against President Donald Trump, charging him with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Here's the lowdown.
CBC › Sports › 1 day ago
In a 4-1 decision 80 years, the Supreme Court of Canada concluded that a Montreal tavern “was strictly within its rights" when its staff refused to serve a local black man. A civil rights group is now fighting for greater recognition of that legal...
CBC › Politics › 1 day ago
Canada's privacy watchdog says Statistics Canada did not break current laws, but it did raise "significant privacy concerns" when it planned to harvest Canadians' personal financial transaction information.
CBC › Finance › 1 day ago
CBC › Incident › 2 days ago
A Paul First Nation citizen with a driving prohibition did not break the law by driving on his community's private roads, an Alberta judge has ruled.
CBC › 2 days ago
As Bill 21 supporters question the impartiality of Quebec's chief justice, the premier has remained vague about whether he'll respect judgments that go against the controversial law barring public workers from wearing religious symbols on the job.
CBC › Entertainment › 3 days ago
The Netflix documentary, Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator, is following the lead of several recent films in its attempt to spark calls to action and bring a high-profile figure accused of sexual misconduct to justice.
CBC › Incident › 4 days ago
CBC › Politics › 4 days ago
For decades, critics of U.S. foreign policy have claimed it's largely built around securing control of foreign oil. Donald Trump is doing his best to prove them right.
CBC › Entertainment › 5 days ago
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was in court on Friday, when prosecutors accused him of intentionally misusing his ankle monitor. They seek to raise his bail from its current $1 million US, to $5 million US.
CBC › Incident › 5 days ago
Police in India shot dead four men on Friday who were suspected of raping and killing a 27-year-old veterinarian near Hyderabad city. The deaths of the men were applauded by her family and citizens outraged over sexual violence against women.
CBC › Politics › 6 days ago
ABC News › 6 days ago
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, shortly after she told Democrats to draw up articles of impeachment, reacted with anger to a reporter who asked if she "hates the president."
ABC News › Politics › 6 days ago
In an unusual move, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that she would make a formal statement on the impeachment inquiry Thursday morning at 9 a.m.
CBC › Finance › 6 days ago
While the impeachment inquiry into the actions of Donald Trump has shifted to a new venue, the House judiciary committee, a stark partisan divide remains. And that could have implications for the 2020 presidential election.
CBC › Politics › 6 days ago
To help guide Canadians through today’s speech from the throne, here are answers to a few common questions about what to expect.