• California wildfires show no signs of improvement
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    California wildfires show no signs of improvement

    The California wildfire situation is showing no signs of improvement. Nearly 100,000 people have been forced from their homes by what is quickly becoming one of the worst fires in the state's history

  • What's happening with the California wildfires?
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    What's happening with the California wildfires?

    CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe looks at what's happening with the fires and how crews are trying to contain them

  • Dogs trained to protect crops
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    Dogs trained to protect crops

    Dogs are being trained to protect crops in Ontario. Their target — the weevil, a dangerous bug which can cause millions in damages to vegetables in greenhouses

  • Lyft drives into Toronto
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    Lyft drives into Toronto

    Renee Filippone on the arrival of a competitor to Uber in the Toronto ride-hailing market

  • Controversial Site C dam to proceed
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    Controversial Site C dam to proceed

    B.C.'s controversial Site C hydroelectric dam is set to proceed. The provincial NDP government made what it said was a tough decision, but said cancelling the project would be a worse idea. The project is already over its budget and despite the supposed energy and economic benefits it would bring

  • Tax revenue deal for pot agreed on
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    Tax revenue deal for pot agreed on

    A tax revenue deal for pot has been agreed upon by provincial and federal ministers. The final agreement gives the provinces 75 per cent of the revenue and caps federal revenue at $100 million

  • Trump's accusers call for investigation
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    Trump's accusers call for investigation

    U.S. President Donald Trump's accusers are calling for an investigation into his alleged sexual misconduct — revisiting allegations, first made during the campaign, in light of the more recent wave of similar allegations against other politicians and celebrities

  • New York subway hit by explosion
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    New York subway hit by explosion

    New York's subway was hit by an explosion in what the city's mayor is calling 'an attempted terrorist attack'. A suspect is in custody, after a pipe bomb that was strapped to him detonated during the height of the morning rush hour. Three other people were hurt in the incident

  • Trump accuser: 'We don't forget this'
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    Trump accuser: 'We don't forget this'

    Decades ago, Jessica Leeds says Donald Trump groped her on a flight. It's a story she first shared during the 2016 election - and multiple other women soon followed suit. Now, some of them are demanding Congress hold the president accountable for the allegations.

  • Kids whose gaming turns into gambling
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    Kids whose gaming turns into gambling

    As many as half a million children and young people are gambling every week, according to a new survey.The Gambling Commission's annual report looked at gambling with virtual currencies, known as "skin betting".Ryan Archer's gaming turned into gambling when he was 15.

  • Children and the internet
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    Children and the internet

    Simon Ingram of UNICEF on a new report on the world's connected children

  • Colorado's pot experience
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    Colorado's pot experience

    Adam Orens, founding partner of the Marijuana Policy Group, has been working alongside Health Canada to size up our national pot market

  • Bitcoin futures launch
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    Bitcoin futures launch

    Tim Pickering, founder and chief investment officer with Auspice Capital, on the start of trading in futures contracts for bitcoin

  • Nureyev debuts but director under arrrest
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    Nureyev debuts but director under arrrest

    A ballet about the famous Soviet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, who defected to the West has premiered - five months later than planned.

  • Grenfell fire 'ripped out heart of community'
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    Grenfell fire 'ripped out heart of community'

    The Reverend Mike Long's church is the closest one to Grenfell Tower. He describes the community response to the fire back then and now.This Thursday marks six months to the day that 71 people died in the tower block fire.

  • Keith Chegwin 'never without a smile'
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    Keith Chegwin 'never without a smile'

    John Craven said Keith Chegwin was a true star, as he paid tribute to the entertainer who has died aged 60.They appeared on Swap Shop and Saturday Superstore together, and first met when Keith Chegwin was 19.

  • New York explosion - how events unfolded
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    New York explosion - how events unfolded

    An explosion in the subway system injured four and caused chaos in rush hour. This is what happened.

  • The moment an explosion hits NYC subway
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    The moment an explosion hits NYC subway

    CCTV footage appears to show a blast going off in a passageway between two busy subway stations in Manhattan.

  • The hijabi circus girl
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    The hijabi circus girl

    22-year-old Maty Niang is a law student living in Senegal with a passion for the circus, an art little known in her home country Senegal. Some of her relatives think this activity isn't compatible with her faith, but she advocates that she can do both and won't give up on her passion.(Photo:

  • New York subway bomb attack details shared by officials
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    New York subway bomb attack details shared by officials

    News conference held by governor, mayor, emergency services

  • 'Suspect has burns and wounds to body'
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    'Suspect has burns and wounds to body'

    Police identify 27-year-old Akayed Ullah as the suspect who detonated an improvised explosive device in Manhattan.New York City Police Commissioner James O'Neill gave an update on the investigation.

  • The world's youngest island
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    The world's youngest island

    Scientists think Hunga Tunga Hunga Ha'apai might hold clues on where to look for life on Mars.

  • 'His hand went further and further up'
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    'His hand went further and further up'

    Older women are less likely to report sexual harassment incidents, a BBC survey has found.Here are some of their experiences.

  • Hiroshima survivor's nuclear warning
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    Hiroshima survivor's nuclear warning

    A survivor of the Hiroshima bomb, has said for US President Donald Trump or North Korea's Kim Jong-un to even contemplate using nuclear weapons was "totally unacceptable moral behaviour".Setsuko Thurlow was 13 when the bomb dropped.She was speaking to Hardtalk's Stephen Sackur together

  • Helping poorer Kenyans pay for healthcare
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    Helping poorer Kenyans pay for healthcare

    Paying for healthcare in Kenya has just got easier thanks to M-Tiba, a smartphone-based "electronic health wallet", which encourages poorer Kenyans to save small amounts on a regular basis to help pay for care.