'Whoever told you that is probably smoking something that is legal in my state,' says Mattis when asked about the price tag of the parade. The event will be delayed until 2019 at least.
Until recently, scientists thought chameleons change colour using pigments in their skin cells. But that's just a small part of the process. Nick Reynolds, a herpetology keeper from Chester Zoo, UK, explains how it works.(Image: Chameleon, Credit: Getty Images.)
These diagrams show an Iron Age settlement, Roman Period (43 AD - 410 AD) site and 21st-century site
The British imam Dr Taj Hargey says when people say facial masking is part of Islam "that clearly is a lie".He told Hardtalk's Stephen Sackur: "Repeating a lie ad infinitum doesn't make it the truth".Dr Harjey, who founded the Muslim Educational Centre in Oxford and the Open
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, speaking for the first time about Maxime Bernier's provocative Twitter comments about diversity, says Bernier speaks for himself, not the party.
Detroit is in mourning following the death of Aretha Franklin, who was to many, a hometown hero and synonymous with the city. CBC News went to Detroit, to find out how her loss is affecting residents.
Having won a bronze medal for the USA at the Olympics in 2016 in Team Sabre, Ibtihaj Muhammad has written a book about the challenges she faced as a young fencer. She shares her experience of being a Muslim and African American athlete in a sport that’s normally associated with whiteness and wealth.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has released a grand jury report naming more than 300 clergymen accused of sex abuse in the Catholic Church.The document said hundreds of young boys and girls, as well as teenagers, were abused by clergy.Along with the report, the office of the attorney general in Pennsylvania
It’s just over a decade since the first Byron branch opened in west London and flipped the traditional burger from junk food to high-quality restaurant dish.Now, McDonald’s is trying to get in on the act. For one day only, the fast-food chain gave its High Street Kensington branch in West London a luxury
Pratt, who had been receiving palliative care, died Tuesday evening at her St. John's home. She was a painter who turned the everyday objects of her kitchen, garden and daily life into extraordinary works of beauty and colour.
A Saskatchewan judge approved interim payments of $50,000 to those affected — however, most of the $15.1 million raised will still be held, as it's determined how to split the money up.
Authorities have opened an negligent homicide investigation as experts look at potential design flaws and the impact of poor maintenance.
One person is missing in Cache Creek, and even as people flee their homes, there are fears the lack of foliage due to wildfires could mean there are more mudslides to come in the near future.
The BBC's Steve Rosenberg reports from a tour of Syria organised by the Russian military, who are keen to show that life is gradually returning to normal.Syria's civil war isn't over, but Russia has played an important role in putting President Bashar al-Assad on the road to victory.
Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, comments on the Liberal government's plan to declare a federal statutory holiday to mark the legacy of the residential school system.