• North Korea isn't the biggest problem in the world

    President of the Eurasia Group Ian Bremmer says North Korea crisis is not the biggest geopolitical problem in the world right now.

  • Hayden Christensen and Rachel Bilson reportedly split

    Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen have reportedly ended their romance after ten years together. A source confirmed to Us Weekly that Rachel is now living in LA on a full-time basis while Hayden is in Toronto. Hayden and Rachel, both 36, first met on the set of their 2008 film Jumper and got engaged that December.

  • 'Deeply sorry:' Calgary man who strangled wife, buried body in home gets 7 years

    A man who strangled his wife and concealed her body after enduring what he described as years of domestic abuse has been sentenced to seven years in prison. Allan Shyback will get credit for time already served, so he faces just under three more years behind bars. Justice Rosemary Nation found Shyback guilty last spring of manslaughter and indignity to a body in the 2012 death of Lisa Mitchell in the couple's Calgary home.

  • Mexico shocked by news: Girl trapped in rubble didn't exist

    Hour after excruciating hour, Mexicans were transfixed by dramatic efforts to reach a young girl thought buried in the rubble of a school destroyed by a magnitude 7.1 earthquake. Rescue workers called for tubes, pipes and other tools to reach her. News media, officials and volunteer rescuers all repeated the story of "Frida Sofia" with a sense of urgency that made it a national drama, drawing attention away from other rescue efforts across the quake-stricken city and leaving people in Mexico and abroad glued to their television sets.

  • Firefighter Helping With Irma Recovery Hydrates Distressed Deer

    A firefighter who was helping with Hurricane Irma recovery efforts in Monroe County, Florida, came to the aid of a dehydrated deer on Monday, September 18. Lt Nicholas Johnson of the Broward Sheriff’s Office was surveying a damaged building when he stumbled across the thirsty-looking deer. He said the deer drank four bottles of water before it gathered the strength to run away. Credit: Monroe County BOCC via Storyful

  • Leo Hayes principal defends refusing yearbook memorial to dead student

    The principal of Leo Hayes High School in Fredericton is defending his decision not to allow a memorial to a dead classmate of next year's graduating class in the yearbook. Benjamin Dodding was riding his bicycle in October 2015 when he was struck and killed by a car. Some students have pushed to remember Dodding in the high school yearbook because this would have been his graduating class.

  • Visitor accuses Edmonton of photo-radar double dipping

    Early on a Sunday morning last May, Susan McNab was driving her daughter to a dance recital in west Edmonton. Two weeks later she got a pair of photo-radar tickets in the mail. The executive director of the city's office of traffic safety said it's a mistake to call these photo-radar tickets because they were taken by fixed, mounted cameras that are clearly marked and always operational.