Tracking begins over California, then moves across Canada to Quebec
Terrifying near-collision aboard United Airlines flight from Vancouver to Chicago
Palestinian also wounds another before being shot dead
A US marine has become the first woman to the complete the Corps' gruelling infantry officer training.
Claims of Russian meddling in the US election demonstrate American weakness, says Konstantin Kosachev.
Toni Crews lost her right eye to cancer and has been making customised eyepatches.
American airbases in South Korea may be among North Korea's first targets, but are they ready?
Angela Merkel has won the German election for the fourth time, but this is her party's worst showing since 1949
Donald Trump continues to attack NFL players who kneel during the national anthem as a form of protest
Two hours of intensive rain flooded Dubrovnik, but some enjoyed it more than others.
Al Unwin of Niagara College on the school's program to train workers for the commercial cannabis industry
Christopher Sands, director, Center for Canadian Studies, Johns Hopkins University, on the latest NAFTA talks
Tom Rand and Ken Green on who should pay when it comes to pollution
James Vaughters of Calgary Stampeders on how backlash from President Trump's comments about the NFL is being felt in Canada
A man has been jailed for 10 months for attacking a teacher with his car in Woking.
Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle appear together at the Invictus Games in Toronto.
North Korean UN envoy answers Trump threats with more threats
Prince Harry and his actor girlfriend are seen arriving together at the Invictus Games in Toronto.
Five-year-old Khanon Zahed was hit by an army vehicle on the road near the camp where she lives
Must surrender in November to serve time after pleading guilty to sexting teen
German nationalists struck a chord with voters because it listened to them, one of its politicians says.
Yos Clark taught himself ballet online and has been awarded a scholarship to study dance in England.
Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar describe how they faced violence and killings by the Burmese military, prompting thousands of them to flee to neighboring Bangladesh.