An Oklahoma man who had been released early from prison in January as part of a mass commutation effort is now accused of three killings, including the death of a neighbor whose heart he cut out, authorities said.
Britney Spears has been in the center of the media since the start of her decades-long career. And for nearly half of it, her life has been under a 13-year-old court appointed conservatorship. The conservatorship, held by her father, Jamie Spears, has been a contentious issue among Britney fans since it began. But why? Here's a look into Britney's unique situation and what it all means.
Manitoba is opening up COVID-19 vaccinations to the general population, starting with those 95 and older and First Nations people 75 and older. Dr. Joss Reimer, head of the province’s vaccine implementation task force said Wednesday caretakers of those now eligible will be allowed to both book appointments and accompany their older loved-ones to get their vaccinations.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the province will offer free tuition to train 6,000 new PSWs for positions in long-term and community care as part of its strategy to fix 'decades of neglect' in long-term care.
During a briefing on Wednesday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki answered questions about the Biden administration’s use of facilities to hold migrant children who cross the U.S.-Mexico border.
As Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., seeks to become a major voice on U.S. foreign policy, she is looking to make sanctions one of her hallmark issues.
The Ontario government needs family physicians to play a larger role in the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines because they can help find and innoculate patients who may not be able to make it to mass vaccination centres, says Dr. Nadia Alam.
Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., openly disagreed with Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., on whether former President Donald Trump should address the annual Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend.
During a Senate Intelligence Committee confirmation hearing on Wednesday, nominee for director of the Central Intelligence Agency William Burns responded to Sen. Marco Rubio’s question about Burns’s tenure as head of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the organization's relationship with China.
In a new interview with Variety, Kaley Cuoco opened up about the day she learned that “The Big Bang Theory” was ending.
The Group Chat discuss which players, if any, were snubbed from the 2021 All-Star Game and whether or not Fred VanVleet can become an All-Star regular like Kyle Lowry was for the Raptors.
Charges of DWI and reckless driving against Bruce Springsteen were dropped on Wednesday. The singer did plead guilty to consuming alcohol in a closed area.
Ambe Chenemu immigrated from Cameroon to the Northwest Territories in 2013. It was after moving to Canada that he experienced racism for the first time. Although inspired by the diversity of people and cultures in the North, he felt he had to do his part to fight systemic racism.
Daisy Ridley responds to Senator Ted Cruz's defence of Gina Carano after Lucasfilm fires her for offensive social media posts.
Asked about data on water-related health problems on First Nations and what is being done to learn more on impacts, Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller stressed that while he acknowledges they need data in order to work on solutions, they cannot impose data gathering on Indigenous communities. He said they need to work in partnership with leaders in order to work to obtain data. The question comes following a series produced by a consortium of media outlets, including Global News and APTN News, led by the Institute for Investigative Journalism, in collaboration with journalism students at universities across the country.
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller addressed a question regarding whether the government had considered securing proper pay and wages for First Nations water operators on reserve, saying he acknowledged it was not fair that those on reserve earned low wages, sometimes less than half of their counterparts off reserve. He said work was ongoing on the issue. The question comes following a series produced by a consortium of media outlets, including Global News and APTN News, led by the Institute for Investigative Journalism, in collaboration with journalism students at universities across the country.
Retired Gen. Rick Hillier, chair of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution task force, said on Wednesday that the province will open an online reservation centre for people to get vaccine appointments close to their residences starting on March 15 as phase two of the vaccine rollout plan starts. People will be prioritized depending on their age group with those 80 and over, or those booking for them, being able to access the system.