The City of St. John's has declared a state of emergency as a massive storm system moves through the eastern part of Newfoundland. All business are ordered closed. All vehicles are ordered off the roads.
Ryan Thorpe, a reporter who worked to expose former Manitoba reservist Patrik Mathews as an alleged member of a violent neo-Nazi paramilitary group, discusses how he tracked Mathews's recent movements before Thursday's arrest in the United States.
Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne is sitting down in Oman with his Iranian counterpart in a rare face-to-face meeting today. The Canadian government is pushing for an independent criminal investigation into the downing of Flight PS752.
A B.C. man was surprised to hear from Telus last year that someone else had unknowingly been paying his phone bill for five years. Now he owes Telus $5,000.
Ontario's elementary teachers are set to begin rotating strikes on Monday. All of Ontario's major teachers' unions are now in various states of escalated job action, ranging from rotating strikes to work-to-rule campaigns.
In his first Friday sermon in Tehran in eight years, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Iranian forces were protecting the country and made a call for national unity in the wake of protests.
Lino Saputo has always denied any connection to the Mafia. But never-before-seen documents obtained by Radio-Canada's Enquête program dispute that. They show Quebec's richest man maintained a hidden relationship with Mafia boss Joe Bonanno, until the late 1970's. Bonnano was one of the most
The Tennessee Titans take on the Kansas City Chiefs to play the winner of the Green Bay Packers vs. the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl.
A Massachusetts couple sprang into action after seeing a car that matched the description given by police. ABC News’ Janai Norman reports.
Two Houston Astros players are being accused of wearing buzzers that alerted them about upcoming pitches. ABC News’ Kenneth Moton reports.
Hours after Chief Justice John Roberts swore in the senators, a battle began about whether any witnesses will be called. ABC News’ Karina Mitchell reports.
Exactly four weeks from Valentine’s Day, we’ve got tips and tricks to finding love this year. ABC News’ Will Ganss sits down with relationship and heartbreak coach Keishorne Scott.
As the royal family continues to negotiate his and his wife Meghan’s future, Harry, the Duke of Sussex, hosted the Rugby League World Cup 2021 draw at Buckingham Palace.
“Nightline” embedded with LAFD Station 9, which averages about 80 calls a day and many of the 6,000 homeless residents in L.A. County rely on them as their primary health care provider.
Martha Stewart stopped by Watch What Happens Live Thursday night, where she got real about her feelings on Gwyneth Paltrow's sold-out vagina candle.Earlier in the week, social media was buzzing when Paltrow began selling a $75 candle on her Goop website, which she claims smells like her vagina. The
Jeopardy! contestant Priscilla Drobes had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day on Thursday.The stay-at-home mom from New York struggled mightily throughout the match. She only managed to answer two questions correctly and finished with -$5,400, disqualifying her from the Final Jeopardy! round.
Andrew Yang’s wife, Evelyn, spoke publicly for the first time about being sexually assaulted by her OB-GYN while she was pregnant with her first child. She also spoke about the fight for justice after her doctor, who is accused of sexually assaulting and abusing dozens of women, after he walked away
William Nylander, Frederik Andersen and Auston Matthews were all thoroughly impressed by Calgary Flames goaltender David Rittich, who made 35 saves in a 2-1 win.
Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe wasn't too fazed after a 2-1 shootout loss to the Calgary Flames, while noting that Andreas Johnsson needs to improve his conditioning.
It wasn't the result the Toronto Maple Leafs were looking for but Sheldon Keefe, John Tavares and William Nylander were impressed with the latter's goal with the man advantage.
Residents of Newfoundland and Labrador are bracing for a blizzard that could dump another 70 centimetres of snow on the province. The rest of Canada is also seeing the worst of winter weather.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan would have similar security needs to the prime minister and a new survey shows Canadians aren’t keen to cover those costs.
As U.S. senators were sworn in as jurors for President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, it remained unclear whether new evidence about a pressure campaign on Ukraine would be admitted.