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Even as floodwaters began to recede in parts of Mozambique on Friday, fears rose that the death toll could soar as bodies are revealed.
Last-minute cancellations are the top complaint for Airbnb guests. But what's the home-sharing platform doing about it?
Ontario's basic income pilot project was widely expected to last three years, and for participants who made financial commitments based on that timeline, the program's early end is creating new financial stresses.
The truck driver who caused the Humboldt Broncos bus crash should learn his fate this morning in a Melfort, Sask., courtroom.
The threat of cancellation doesn't necessarily faze the devoted fanbase of a hit TV show. But a distinct branch of creators are making the bittersweet decision to fade to black after just a few seasons.
The gun-policy changes were dramatic and, remarkably, for a Western nation with a powerful pro-firearms lobby, they came swiftly. But this was the New Zealand parliament, not the United States government. And one shouldn't expect the U.S. to follow New Zealand's lead.
Nearly 20 years ago, when Veterans Affairs Canada documented the "discrimination and outright fraud" perpetrated against the country's aboriginal war veterans, it deliberately excluded former Métis soldiers. Now it's moving to reverse that injustice - too late for most of the veterans affected by it.
In the aftermath of the New Zealand massacre, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stood in the House of Commons and chastised politicians for looking the other way in the face of bigotry. He had a point. Which is why he should take a stand against dog whistle politics in Quebec.
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at how to make your home more eco-friendly, how climate change is affecting the U.S. military and a novel way of recycling styrofoam.
The death toll in an explosion at a chemical plant in eastern China has risen to 44, with another 90 people seriously injured, the local government reported Friday.
The White House rejected a request by congressional Democrats that it provide information about U.S. President Donald Trump's communications with Russian President Vladimir Putin, House Democratic leaders said Thursday, suggesting they would take further action.
For the past 24 hours, opposition MPs in the House of Commons have staged a series of consecutive confidence votes to pressure the Liberal government to let the former attorney general and justice minister answer more questions before a committee of MPs - but according to a former law clerk of the House, that pressure tactic was unnecessary.
New Zealanders gathered for nationwide prayers to mark one week since mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch killed 50 worshippers.
The Florida man who sent several pipe bombs to critics of U.S. President Donald Trump and to CNN pleaded guilty Thursday.
An Ontario Provincial Police constable at a detachment in Ottawa has taken his own life, the 13th reported suicide of an active or retired member of the police force since 2012.
Air Canada says it has additional safety systems installed on all of their Boeing 737 Max jets after media reports suggest that Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines jets that recently crashed didn't have the most upgraded safety features.
The Conservatives' marathon vote protest in the Commons, which ended just before 1 a.m. ET Friday, got an added boost from Jane Philpott's interview in Maclean's magazine — in which she says there's "much more to the story" of the SNC-Lavalin controversy.
Rachel Notley and the NDP have plenty of ground to make up in the next several weeks if they're going to make the Alberta election race competitive with Jason Kenney's United Conservatives.