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A federal judge in Washington has ruled against U.S. President Donald Trump in a financial records dispute with Congress.
The Inuit artists who spoke out on this issue were characterized as "bringing us back a few steps" – as though dissent should be taken to be inherently regressive.
A man who scaled the Eiffel Tower and clung to its iron grids for some six hours is safe and in police custody.
The northern Alberta town of High Level has declared on evacuation alert as an out-of-control wildfire risks spreading to the town.
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, released new pictures of her family playing in a woodland wilderness garden she designed for London's Chelsea Flower Show.
RCMP say a B.C. man and his two children, a six-year-old girl and seven-year-old boy, were hurt when they fell down a "steep, treacherous cliff" into a creek on their way down a hiking trail in the Munro Lake area late Sunday.
An evacuation order has been lifted after an out-of-control fire forced people from their homes in the central Alberta hamlet of Marlboro.
Ford is almost finished with a major global restructuring, and by the time it ends in August, the automaker will have shed 7,000 white-collar jobs.
Steel and aluminum from Canada will no longer be taxed, but that doesn't mean all the problems are over. The new NAFTA still has to be ratified, safeguards against dumping need to be refined, and the protectionist administration in the States is still causing anxiety. Here's what you need to know about what's next.
A billionaire technology investor stuns the graduating class at Morehouse College in Atlanta by announcing at their commencement that he would pay off their student loans — estimated at up to $40 million US.
Ukrainian TV star Volodymyr Zelenskiy was sworn in Monday as the new president, promised to stop the war in the East against Russian-backed separatists and immediately dissolved parliament, which he has branded as a group only interested in self-enrichment.
Huawei could lose its grip on the No. 2 ranking in worldwide cellphone sales after Google announced it would comply with U.S. government restrictions meant to punish the Chinese tech powerhouse.
The fallout from Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's criminal case has seen the Trudeau Liberals deploy the popular political tactic of throwing people under the bus.
The most dangerous places on the planet exert an irresistible pull on Lynsey Addario, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist has never shied away from shining a spotlight on victims of war and oppression despite the peril it puts her in.
Diplomats at Canada's embassy in Moscow didn't know what was happening when radiation readings began rising in April 1986, but they knew there were Canadian students in Kyiv who should be warned.
Three prison guards and 29 inmates were killed in a prison riot in Tajikistan that the government blamed on Islamic State militants.
After eight seasons of keeping fans on the edge of their seats, the epic fantasy series Game of Thrones came to an end Sunday.
This is not your Toronto Raptors team of the past. This team keeps finding ways to win, and in doing so, is providing fans with some of the most memorable moments in franchise history.
Anti-money laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank AG recommended in 2016 and 2017 that multiple transactions involving entities controlled by U.S. President Donald Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be reported to a federal financial crimes watchdog, the New York Times reported on Sunday.