Residents digging through a collapsed building in a northwest Syrian town discovered a crying infant whose mother appears to have given birth to her while buried underneath the rubble from this week’s devastating earthquake, relatives and a doctor said Tuesday. The newborn girl’s umbilical cord was still connected to her mother, Afraa Abu Hadiya, who was dead, they said. The baby was the only member of her family to survive from the building collapse Monday in the small town of Jinderis, next to the Turkish border, Ramadan Sleiman, a relative, told The Associated Press.
The 36-year-old "Laguna Beach" star appeared on Kaitlyn Bristowe's "Off The Vine" podcast.
The First Lady presented two awards at Sunday’s music event
Sarah McLachlan's Super Bowl ad for Busch Light is being called a "masterpiece." Watch it here.
Video from China state TV shows a 2020 training exercise involving Chinese fighter pilots shooting down a surveillance balloon.
When a shopper shares their email address at the cash register — to receive an electronic receipt, rather than a paper one — do they really know where their details are being sent? A CBC News review of Facebook user data suggests a variety of well-known retailers in Canada have been sharing customer information with the social media platform's parent company to gain marketing research in return. And it's not clear what steps have been taken to warn shoppers. Purchases from department store giant
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Harry Styles took home two Grammy Awards Sunday night, including Album of the Year, but many took to social media to criticize his "cringe" speech.
Leah Remini revealed that her daughter Sofia, 18, recently switched colleges after beginning classes during the fall semester
OTTAWA — Alberta Premier Danielle Smith has met face to face with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a photo opportunity punctuated by short statements and a very awkward handshake. Smith and Trudeau met briefly to discuss shared aspirations and concerns over pending federal legislation aimed at helping Canadian workers adapt to the global move to increasing reliance on renewable energy. The short meeting began with Trudeau reaching down to shake hands, with Smith offering a hesitant palm down han
With Russia back on the offensive after significant Ukrainian combat successes around Kharkiv and Kherson in the second half of 2022, the past few weeks have been the bloodiest so far of an already bloody war, with both sides taking extraordinarily heavy casualties. Expect it to get worse.
The U.S. Navy on Tuesday released the first close-up photos of operations to recover parts of the Chinese surveillance balloon shot down on Saturday. The photos show debris recovery efforts on Sunday off the coast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the Navy said. Divers were working to retrieve other parts of the balloon's payload assembly -- estimated to be the size of three buses -- that likely sunk to the bottom in about 45 feet of water in the area.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken was going to be in Beijing, meeting with President Xi Jinping in a high-stakes bid to ease ever-rising tensions between the world’s two largest economies. Instead, Blinken was spending the day in Washington after abruptly cancelling his visit late last week as the U.S. and China exchanged angry words about a suspected Chinese spy balloon the U.S. shot down. As fraught as the US-China relationship had been ahead of Blinken’s planned trip, it’s even worse now and there’s little hope for it improving anytime soon.
The family make their mark on Monday, walking the red carpet in Los Angeles for the debut of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday he recognizes the strained health-care system needs a cash injection to help it overcome staffing issues, surgery backlogs and an acute shortage of family doctors. Trudeau is meeting with Canada's premiers in Ottawa today to begin negotiations to determine just how big a cheque the provinces will actually get to help them prop up a faltering system. "Canadians are proud of our universal public health-care system but we all have to recognize it hasn't be
Evaluate Energy says upstream oil and gas deal counts are at their lowest in the post-COVID vaccine era.
The Just a Little Shady podcast host, 27, has been dating Evan McClintock since 2016
Thieves robbed an Ottawa jewelry store of half a million dollars worth of valuables on the weekend in a brazen overnight robbery reminiscent of a Hollywood heist film. The burglars also caused extensive damage to a popular restaurant next door. Both businesses are located in the Towngate Shopping Plaza on Bank Street, just south of Hunt Club Road. I am a fan of those movies, but it's not fun being part of the show. - Moe Hussain When Moe Hussain entered through the rear door of Moe's BBQ on Sund
VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has introduced legislation to make Sept. 30 a paid statutory holiday marking the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Labour Minister Harry Bains introduced a bill in the legislature today, saying the holiday will be observed this September and every Sept. 30 afterwards. He says the B.C. holiday follows the federal government's decision in 2021 to declare Sept. 30 a national truth and reconciliation holiday for its workers. Bains told the legislat
The company's ambitious growth plan is built on on targeting women and younger customers, adding new products, and more than doubling its retail stores.