The U.S. and Israel showed signs of seeking to defuse tensions on Sunday ahead of a speech in Washington by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he will warn against a possible nuclear deal with Iran.
Now that the world knows the identity of the masked man who appears to have beheaded several ISIS hostages on camera, Mohammed Emwazi may have become less useful and more of a liability to the cause.
Montreal-based drama Mommy was the darling of Sunday night’s Canadian Screen Awards, taking home nine trophies including best motion picture. Space channel's Orphan Black dominated the TV categories.
The death of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, who was killed on a Moscow street on Friday night, is causing speculation over who is behind the seemingly targeted killing.
Between Ontario and Quebec deep freezes, the Maritime snowpocalypse, and British Columbia's early spring, February was a month of extreme weather.
The lawyer for a security guard involved in the fatal shooting of two men at an east-end Toronto McDonald's early Saturday says the gun that fired multiple shots was "lawfully possessed."
Sierra Leone's vice-president has put himself in quarantine following the death from Ebola of one of his security guards.
Coca-Cola is cutting the amount of sugar in Coke, reducing calories and maybe improving the bottom line. But that doesn't necessarily mean it will taste less sweet.
From news that high investment fees are robbing you of years of your retirement, to new data suggesting you're going to need every penny you can get your hands on, it was a busy week in business news. Jacqueline Hansen gets you caught up in our weekly video recap.
Warren Buffett, the billionaire chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway Inc, told investors on Saturday that the company had found his successor, and the company's vice chairman, Charlie Munger, identified two Berkshire executives as candidates.
BlackBerry Ltd. is bulking up its security partnership with Samsung Electronics in an effort to attract more business customers.
China's central bank cut interest rates for the second time in three months Saturday, another sign the country's leaders are worried the economic slowdown is deepening too sharply.
McDonald’s has been making headlines lately, but for all the wrong reasons, sparking speculation that the golden years of the golden arches are over.
Nobody was expecting an image of a dress from Tumblr to go viral last night (especially after the internet had already blessed us with a high-speed llama chase,) but brands were at the ready to jump on Twitter and promote their products using #TheDress either way.