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ISIS leader's wife charged in death of Kayla Mueller, U.S. aid worker

The wife of a deceased Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) leader was charged on Monday in federal court in Virginia with conspiracy in ...

ISIS leader's wife charged in death of Kayla Mueller, U.S. aid worker

The wife of a deceased Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) leader was charged on Monday in federal court in Virginia with conspiracy in ...

Crosby fights off Ducks' Fowler to score breakaway goal

Is Sidney Crosby an all-star now? For those who need a refresher, the Pittsburgh Penguins captain was left off the Metropolitan Division's 10-man roster on Jan. ...

Being a Moose isn't easy, but De Leo is still in the Chase

In his first pro season, in his first true hockey winter, on a team that isn’t first in anything except losing, Chase De Leo is ...

Law enforcement only part of the solution to city violence, says Mark Saunders

Law enforcement is only one part of a larger approach needed to solve the problem of violence in the city, Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders ...

Jays' Donaldson signs 2-year deal, avoids arbitration: report

Josh Donaldson's salary arbitration hearing with the Toronto Blue Jays on Feb. 15 has apparently been cancelled. That's because the 2015 American League MVP reportedly ...

Jays' Donaldson signs 2-year deal, avoids arbitration: report

Josh Donaldson's salary arbitration hearing with the Toronto Blue Jays on Feb. 15 has apparently been cancelled. That's because the 2015 American League MVP reportedly ...

Hong Kong protests over market vendors turn violent

Hong Kong's Lunar New Year celebration descended into chaotic scenes as protesters and police, who fired warning shots into the air, clashed over a street ...

Hong Kong protests over market vendors turn violent

Hong Kong's Lunar New Year celebration descended into chaotic scenes as protesters and police, who fired warning shots into the air, clashed over a street ...

Josh Donaldson signs 2-year deal with Blue Jays, report says

Josh Donaldson's salary arbitration hearing with the Toronto Blue Jays on Feb. 15 has apparently been cancelled. That's because the 2015 American League MVP reportedly ...

Sens' Stone, Pageau lead attack in win over Lightning

For the first time in a long time the Ottawa Senators are feeling good about themselves. The Senators defeated the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning ...

Grand Chief files complaint with CATSA over handling of sacred pipe bundle

Manitoba Grand Chief Derek Nepinak is filing a complaint with the agency that provides security at airports in Canada after sacred items in his pipe ...

Brie Larson, Sylvester Stallone, Rachel McAdams attend Oscar nominees luncheon

The exclusive Oscar nominees luncheon on Monday was likely the last time the "class of 2016" will be in the same room before the Academy Awards ...

TV producers may start making you wait for new shows online

NEW YORK, N.Y. - The Golden Age of Online Television may be in peril. Streaming TV has gotten popular as several online services such as Netflix ...

Raptors fire on all cylinders to pound Pistons

When Andre Drummond's shot from about 70 feet dropped straight through the net to end the third quarter, Toronto's lead was down to five points, ...

Raptors fire on all cylinders to pound Pistons

When Andre Drummond's shot from about 70 feet dropped straight through the net to end the third quarter, Toronto's lead was down to five points, ...

Crosby extends goal, points streaks in Penguins victory

Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby felt Cam Fowler's stick desperately tugging at his jersey and kept right on skating. Breaking in all alone against Anaheim ...

Richmond Hill man, 20, arrested in fatal Vaughan stabbing

York Regional Police say a 20-year-old Richmond Hill man has been arrested in Toronto in connection with adouble stabbing early Sunday. Investigators say there was an altercation ...

Nicoli Strickland, 12, subject of Toronto police search in Scarborough

Toronto police are searching for a 12-year-old boy who went missing in Scarborough on Monday evening. Police are setting up a command post to search ...

Flint, Mich., water contamination draws multiple lawsuits

One lawsuit seeks to replace lead-leaching water lines at no cost to customers. Another seeks money for thousands of Flint residents who unwittingly drank toxic ...

Iraqi refugee spends thousands on fake ID in failed bid to reach Europe

As millions of people struggle to make a life after being forced out of their homes in Syria and Iraq, CBC's Susan Ormiston spoke to ...

Trudeau tracker: Has the prime minister kept his promise on ISIS fight?

Of the roughly 200 campaign promises made by Justin Trudeau during last year's federal election, the pledge to rethink Canada's mission against ISIS contained comparatively few ...

France gives Facebook 3 months to comply with privacy rules

The French data protection authority on Monday gave Facebook three months to stop tracking non-users' web activity without their consent and ordered the social network ...

With adoptions on hold, Ontario parents worry children caught in 'red tape'

Adam Lozon and Scott Dufour are ready to become dads, but just when the couple had been matched with a child needing an adoption the process ...

Canadian starters to be front, centre in CFL free agency

It's that time again for Canadian Football League general managers to create their wish lists and open their chequebooks. CFL free agency begins at ...

Kevin Glenn vs. Cam Newton: passion vs. dollars

Kevin Glenn went hell bent after a fumble in the 2007 Eastern Final for approximately 12.7 million dollars fewer than what Cam Newton was being ...

'I'll serve my one game and then move on': Stafford suspended one game

ST. LOUIS — The Winnipeg Jets may have secured Dustin Byfuglien for the next five years, but they will be without their top goal scorer ...

Lawyer of alleged mail bomber seeks out-of-province judge for bail review

It has been described as an attack on the justice system. Now the question is whether that should disqualify all Manitoba judges from presiding over ...

Marshawn Lynch's top Beast Mode moments

In a league of boisterous personalities, Marshawn Lynch was an eccentric standout from the norm. He shied away from reporters, at times visibly uncomfortable around them, ...

B.C. Lions re-sign oft-injured Lulay to mentor Jennings

The B.C. Lions re-signed veteran quarterback Travis Lulay on Monday, a day before he was eligible for free agency. Lulay, the CFL's outstanding player ...

Toronto school boards launch pilot to register Syrian children housed in hotels

Toronto's public and Catholic school boards are helping Syrian children get to school by waiving some normal regulations so it doesn't matter that the kids ...

Sherbrooke's Ambition Snowskates promotes daredevil winter sport

A company founded in Sherbrooke, Que., is hoping it can convince you to try out a winter sport you've likely never heard of: snowskating. A ...

B.C. real estate council to investigate shadow flipping of Vancouver homes

The Real Estate Council of B.C. says it's appointing an independent advisory group to investigate allegations of shadow flipping in Vancouver's hot housing market. "We ...

Families voice skepticism as Bennett discusses missing and murdered inquiry

Desperate for answers three years after her niece was killed in God’s Lake Narrows First Nation, Josie Stevenson says a national inquiry into missing women ...

Two adults arrested in connection to weekend homicide

Two people are charged in the death of 39-year-old woman on Stella Avenue over the weekend. Mavis Ducharme died in hospital after she was assaulted early ...

Hundreds allow police to collect DNA in Garden Hill investigation

Male residents of Garden Hill First Nation are allowing RCMP to collect DNA samples from them with hopes of solving the months-old slaying of an ...

Missing Laval teens: Youth advocates call for public inquiry

The recent string of disappearances from a youth protection home in Laval has prompted advocates to call for a public inquiry into the centre. In ...

Algonquin College looks into women-only Saudi Arabia campus

Algonquin College is studying the feasibility of opening a women-only campus in Saudi Arabia after coming under fire from faculty members and the premier of ...

Algonquin College considers women-only Saudi Arabia campus

Algonquin College is studying the feasibility of opening a women-only campus in Saudi Arabia after coming under fire from faculty members and the premier of ...

Jets sign Big Buff to 5-year deal

ST. LOUIS – The Winnipeg Jets have locked up one of their big pieces, inking defenceman Dustin Byfuglien to a five-year contract extension with an ...

Police's 'Abuse it and lose it' program targets drivers abusing accessible parking

Toronto police are cracking down on drivers abusing the accessible parking permit system this week, after catching around three people per day misusing the permits during a similar effort last year. ...

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