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Nebraska regulators will announce their decision Monday on whether to approve TransCanada Corp's Keystone XL pipeline route through the state, the last big hurdle for the long-delayed project.
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has said the world is facing instability and conflict in part because illegal immigration spreads terrorism, as her country faces accusations of violently pushing out hundreds of thousands of unwanted Rohingya Muslims.
As woodland caribou habitat dwindles, the threatened species' preservation pits the environment against economic interests in rural Alberta.
One of Canada's high-profile weather forecasters is warning Canadians across the country to brace for a whole lot of snow this winter.
College faculty in Ontario head back to their schools today, after a five-week strike was ended over the weekend with back-to-work legislation.
Two months after Hurricane Maria, power is slowly being restored to some parts of the impoverished American territory, but most of the island's 3.5 million people are still living in the dark.
More than 15,000 foreign nationals are subject to removal orders from Canada, but some of them can't be deported because their home countries won't take them back.
If anything, the announcement of several hundred fewer troops to be deployed... somewhere... was both an admission that there are no viable peacekeeping operations to join in this world today, and an acknowledgement that Trudeau has no plans to reboot Canada's peacekeeping operations.
Experts say the cost savings of a multitrillion-dollar driverless truck industry will be unstoppable. And Canadian winter road conditions will be no barrier.
A few weeks before the Liberal government launched its mandate-tracking website — last week's much-derided attempt to tell the government's story — Michael Healey, a Toronto playwright, tweeted a clarion call for Justin Trudeau's administration to better explain itself. "Speak to us," he begged.
Kenya's Supreme Court on Monday upheld President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election in a repeat vote that the opposition boycotted while saying electoral reforms had not been made.
A group of runaways and outcasts known as the Manson Family carried out gruesome murders orchestrated by Charles Manson.
Longtime President Robert Mugabe has ignored a midday deadline set by the ruling party to step down or face impeachment proceedings, while Zimbabweans stunned by his defiance during a national address are vowing more protests.
Notorious cult leader Charles Manson, who had been imprisoned in California since being convicted of orchestrating the slayings of actress Sharon Tate and six others in the summer of 1969, has died at age 83.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday her efforts to form a three-way coalition government had failed, thrusting Germany into a political crisis and pushing Europe's largest economy closer to a possible new election.
A longtime Bell call centre employee says she is pressured to make a sale on every call, often talking customers into products they don't understand, don't need, and sometimes can't afford
A former Mexican president has a warning for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: Don't abandon our country in NAFTA talks like some modern-day "Judas."
Model Keri Claussen Khalighi has come forward to accuse Def Jam Records mogul Russell Simmons of sexual misconduct in 1991 when she was 17 years old.
The 2017 American Music Awards marked a night of unison, positive vibes and American pride as musicians spoke about coming together in a year dominated by natural disasters, violence and divisive politics.