Video released Friday shows the husband of former U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi struggling with his assailant for control of a hammer moments before he was struck in the head during a brutal attack in the couple's San Francisco home last year. Police body-camera footage shows David DePape wrest the tool from Paul Pelosi, 82, and lunge toward him with the weapon over his head. The blow to Pelosi occurs out of the camera's view and the officers — one of them cursing — rush into the house and one
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Ontario will feel the full force of winter in the coming days as additional rounds of snow and colder air descend on the province.
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Alberta Health Services has declared an outbreak of pertussis — commonly called whooping cough — in parts of southern Alberta. Pertussis is a bacterial infection that can cause severe coughing that can last for weeks. It's most dangerous to infants, who are at risk of serious complications, including pneumonia, convulsions, brain damage and death. The outbreak spans the County of Lethbridge, Coaldale, Taber, Vauxhall, Grassy Lake and Bow Island — all communities that have significantly low child
OTTAWA — On Monday, exactly three years from the day he declared COVID-19 to be a global public health emergency, World Health Organization director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus will decide whether to call it off. But declaring an end to the "public health emergency of international concern" would not mean COVID-19 is no longer a threat. It will also not do much to change Canada's approach. "In Canada, we're already doing what we need to do," chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam sai
ONTARIO — Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre doubled down on his belief that "everything feels broken" Friday, as he laced into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for suggesting otherwise. Poilievre addressed Tory MPs at the start of their two-day caucus retreat ahead of the return of the House of Commons next week, beginning with the question: "What's happening in our country?" He spent his speech listing off ways he believes Canadians are hurting — from high prices at the grocery store to crime t
More unrest in Jerusalem after a Palestinian teenager opened fire near the historic city on Saturday morning.View on euronews
In a fortunate turn of events, seven passengers aboard abus in Turkey that plunged into a lake after the driver lost controlof the vehicle were able to escape. The local governor says there wereno fatalities, with three passengers being hospitalized for non-lifethreatening injuries.
The video shows the arrest that led to the death of 29-year-old Tyre Nichols. While details have so far been limited, the video is hoped to provide a clear picture.View on euronews
66 more potential burial sites have been discovered on the grounds of St. Joseph's Mission, a former residential school in Williams Lake. Chief Willie Sellers of the Williams Lake First Nation talks to Global News Morning about the latest findings, and the next steps in the investigation.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Republican state lawmakers on Thursday filed an appeal with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, hoping to preserve elements of their impeachment case against an elected progressive Philadelphia prosecutor. The appeal asks the state's highest court to review last month's decision regarding the legality of the Legislature's impeachment and trial of Democratic District Attorney Larry Krasner. It seeks clarity on whether the trial can move forward with certain articles and takes i
Between financially helping his parents and losing income as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jeremy Mazza landed into serious credit card debt. Relief came from a source he wasn’t expecting: his partner, Ginna Lambert, who had come into a small inheritance. She suggested “investing” part of her bounty in their shared future by lending small amounts to Mazza that he could apply toward his debt. It took a bit of convincing. “To have to ask for money when I was the provider and had parents who t
Hundreds of climate and environmental groups from around the world released a letter Thursday that decried the nomination of an oil executive to oversee the United Nations climate negotiations at COP28 this year. Earlier this month, the United Arab Emirates, host of the U.N. climate talks this year, named Sultan al-Jaber to the presidency of the conference Nov. 30 to Dec. 12. The company he runs as chief executive, the Abu Dhabi National Oil Co., produces 4 million barrels of crude oil per day a
After providing extra scrutiny in an emergency meeting Friday, the transit commission voted overwhelmingly in favour of the city's plan to buy 350 electric buses over the next three years. Friday's meeting took place after city council voted Wednesday to further scrutinize the city's e-bus plan. Council members said after the LRT inquiry, this pricey transit spending plan needed more examination. Seven members of the commission supported city staff's plan, with one member voting against. The pla
Afghanistan's coldest winter in 15 years, combined with a severe economic crisis, is putting six million people at risk of famine, says U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Martin Griffiths.
TOKYO (AP) — A senior EU official said Friday that Russia has taken its war against Ukraine to a “a different stage” by making indiscriminate attacks on civilians and non-military targets, while criticizing Moscow for triggering recent moves by Germany and the United States to send advanced tanks to Ukraine. Stefano Sannino, Secretary General of the European Union’s European External Action Service, defended German and U.S. provisions of the military equipment to Ukraine, and criticized Russian
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz heads to Argentina on Saturday for the first leg of his inaugural tour of South America as his government seeks to reduce Germany's economic dependence on China and strengthen relations with democracies worldwide. On the three-day tour, Scholz, a Social Democrat, will visit the region's three top economies - Argentina, Chile and Brazil -, all currently led by leftist leaders in the region's new "pink tide".
Manta rays are beautiful and majestic animals that exude grace and elegance. For many, seeing a manta ray up close in the wild is a bucket list experience that will never be forgotten. For this lucky scuba diver, the encounter captured in this video was even more than she had ever hoped for and we see her reaction to performance that takes place within a few feet of her. Kristy is a seasoned scuba diver and underwater photographer who has taken her camera beneath the waves in the waters of Cayman Islands, Belize, Indonesia, Mexico, Cuba, Mexico, Papua New Guinea, and here in the Galapagos Islands. She has seen an incredible variety of wildlife ranging from whale sharks to minute crabs and shrimp that are visible only with a magnifier. And although she has dreamed of seeing manta rays up close, they have proven difficult to find and even more difficult to capture. But here, in a remote area of the Galapagos, something incredible happened. A massive congregation of giant manta rays appeared around Kristy and her scuba group. As they drifted along in a sheltered bay, the group came face to face with hundreds of these magnificent creatures. The mantas were involved in a complex seasonal courtship ritual. The looping and circling benefits the mantas in feeding but it also signals to the other mantas around that they are suitable and reading for mating. Oblivious to the divers throughout this spectacle, the mantas swam through and around the group as if they were not there. Several of the manta rays made intentional, close passes or they circled with what appeared to be curiosity. The result was a show that very few people are fortunate enough to ever witness. Kristy can be seen aiming her camera and hoping as she floats suspended in the turquoise water. In answer to her hopes, an enormous ray circles and loops right in front of her, allowing her to capture some of the most exciting pictures and video that she has ever gotten. When the moment is over, Kristy turns to her dive master and gives a triumphant fist pump. She cannot contain her joy and wonder. This encounter lasted for nearly an hour, until the group had stayed as long as they could before returning to the surface and to their boat. Manta rays are gentle and harmless animals. Despite their size, they have never attacked or harmed a human. They are stingrays, but their stingers have evolved into small and harmless structures. A manta ray cannot sting. They use their size and speed for defense, out swimming any predators. The recent death of the beloved Steve Irwin, aka Crocodile Hunter, gave rise to the belief that stingrays were vicious and dangerous to humans. This isolated incident has caused many to believe that stingrays will attack. Unless the rays are stepped on, injuries to humans are rare and deaths are even more rare. Manta rays are closely related to eagle rays, part of the shark family, and they are one of the biggest fish in the ocean. Among all the fish, they have the highest brain to body mass ratio. They display surprising cognitive ability and memory, even being able to pass the mirror test, indicating self awareness. Manta rays have been recorded looking at their reflection, but displaying different behaviours when compared with exposure to other manta rays. They have even been observed using the reflection to study areas of their own bodies that are hidden from their view, indicating curiosity about what they are looking at. Manta rays are loved and adored for many reasons and a scuba diver such as Kristy will remember an encounter like this for the rest of her life.
Toronto police are investigating two separate assaults that happened roughly the same time on the TTC in the city's east end on Friday. At 5:40 p.m., police were called to a Pape subway station. A male victim had been assaulted and robbed by a group of young people, police said. He was not injured. At 5:42 p.m., police were called to a TTC bus in the area of Pape and Cosburn Avenues. A male had been assaulted by a group of young people. Paramedics took him to hospital with minor injuries. In bot