Bostonians are marking the fourth anniversary of the deadly Boston Marathon attacks with quiet remembrances for the victims.
A stalled population transfer resumed Saturday after a deadly explosion killed dozens of people, including children, government supporters and opposition fighters, at an evacuation point — adding new urgency to the widely criticized operation.
The number of militants killed in an attack by the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the U.S. military has risen to 94, an Afghan official said Saturday.
Saskatoon veterinarian Dr. Miranda Sadar says people should do their research before purchasing an Easter bunny.
A national landlord group says the federal government should change its proposed marijuana legalization bill to ban people from growing plants in rented homes or multi-unit buildings.
Families of people who've succumbed to the opioid epidemic are using an interactive map to remember their loved ones and battle the stigma of addiction.
CBC is apologizing broadcasting a series rather inoffensively titled "Canada: The Story of Us," produced to coincide with the country's 150th anniversary celebrations.
The most radical thing about U.S. President Donald Trump's dizzying turn toward globalism recently might be how conventional his worldview seems to have become. The worrying bit, foreign policy analysts warn, is that the reversals could undermine the credibility of his office and the country.
Simone Bell was trafficked for sex. Now she helps medical professionals spot the signs of someone who is being trafficked.
The Quezon City jail in the Philippines is jammed with suspected drug offenders who have been imprisoned under President Rodrigo Duterte's so-called drug war.