Meghan's Suits co-star was a guest at the couple's 2018 wedding in Windsor Castle and the first to learn Meghan was dating Prince Harry. "She was like, 'I think I met someone and I'm in love,' " Spencer revealed in episode one of the series about sharing tea with Meghan at Bergdorf Goodman in New York in September 2016.
A Coral Springs police officer narrowly avoided running over four children after he swerved onto their lawn earlier this week, video shows. That officer is now facing discipline from his department
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The detained American told CNN he is happy that the White House was able to secure Brittney Griner’s release from Russia in a prisoner swap but is "greatly disappointed" that it hasn't been able to secure his.
President Joe Biden's administration tells Paul Whelan, convicted of espionage, to "keep the faith".
J Alexander Kueng is already serving time for a federal sentence for violating Mr Floyd's civil rights.
She wore two different coats in back-to-back street style moments with Justin Bieber.
Washington says it has seen reports that the countries are considering jointly producing drones.
She said Bout was "exhausted" and hadn't slept for three days. His family said it expected the United States would hand over his documents and drawings to the Russian embassy as soon as possible.
It's been almost five years since Toronto billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were killed in their home. While there's been some developments in the police investigation into their deaths, the couple's daughter says the family is desperate for those responsible to be held accountable. "So far there has been no justice for them and no closure for me and my family," Alex Krawczyk said in a statement Thursday. "We cannot let another year pass without justice being done." Barry Sherman, 75, was the
The total cost of Toronto's Eglinton Crosstown project has increased by about $1 billion and the provincial agency overseeing it has raised concerns the consortium building the transit line hasn't offered a "credible plan" to complete it, according to confidential documents obtained exclusively by CBC Toronto. The budget for the project was $11.78 billion in 2018, which included the design, construction, financing and 30-year maintenance of the light rail transit (LRT) system. Now, that number h
Vladimir Putin has said Russia may have to strike a deal with Ukraine to end its war.
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's switch from Democrat to independent won’t change the balance of power in the Senate. Sinema says she won’t caucus with Senate Republicans, so Democrats will still hold the majority next year. “Nothing’s going to change for me,” Sinema declared in a video announcing her decision.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is going to work as constructively as possible with Alberta after lawmakers passed Premier Danielle Smith's controversial sovereignty act.
Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, has attacked the Government’s approach to the Channel migrant crisis as “cruel” and “harmful”.
HALIFAX — Canadian Press reporter Michael Tutton has been named a recipient of a Nova Scotia Human Rights Award for his work covering issues affecting people with disabilities. Tutton is among the first journalists to receive the award, which is given annually by the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission to honour people who make contributions to "attaining a just, equitable and inclusive society in Nova Scotia." Other recipients this year are Daniel N. Paul, an elder from Sipekne’katik, for his w
Lionel Messi and Argentina advanced to the World Cup semifinals against Croatia by defeating the Netherlands 4-3 on penalty kicks Friday.
FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's Court of Appeal has ruled that the August 2020 snap election call that won Premier Blaine Higgs a majority government was legal. In a decision released Thursday, the court dismissed advocacy group Democracy Watch’s argument that the premier’s early election call was illegal because of the province’s fixed-date election law. Writing for the three-judge panel, Justice Ernest Drapeau says there is no admissible evidence that the premier's decision to call a general ele
Winter means not only cold weather but also longer and darker days. The lack of light can pose problems, especially for drivers. Naomi Barber from Specsavers discusses the importance of regular eye care and checking in with your optometrist.
A group of women's shelters say they have the records to back up a claim that Nova Scotia RCMP did not take a woman's complaint of being threatened seriously, after the Mounties said they could not find a report of the complaint. The threat was revealed in September during a roundtable discussion on police accountability at the public inquiry into the 2020 Nova Scotia mass shooting. A gunman disguised as an RCMP officer killed 22 people over a 13-hour rampage that began with an assault on his pa