The political crisis in Lebanon has that country at the centre of a showdown brewing in the Middle East. Is Prime Minister Saad Hariri — whose resignation was recently suspended — keep the country from being torn apart?
Does Canada have a waste problem? Ask the Philippines and they'll point to the over 100 containers full of garbage that Canada dumped in Manila. Meanwhile off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, a research project has found massive piles of garbage in the ocean
The cost of the Canada 150 ice rink on Parliament Hill has received an icy reception. Officials say it will now stay open longer than originally planned, but is that enough to justify the $5 million bill?
Terror in Canada is always a concern, but for some, the more pressing issue is deradicalizing foreign fighters who end up back in Canada. CBC News has learned the government knows little about how many have returned or who they even are, and there's no guarantee they'll accept government intervention
A missing Argentine submarine with 44 crew onboard likely experienced a small but violent explosion according to a navy spokesman. As grim as that revelation is, there's a small chance that there may still be survivors
Indigenous families shared painful memories at the national inquiry into missing and Murdered Indigenous women and girls today in Saskatoon. However not everyone who wants to share their stories is getting the chance
Sanctions, publicity, apology. Wilfrid Laurier Univ. teaching assistant Lindsay Shepherd talks to CBC's Aarti Pole about the fallout of showing a controversial video in class
Ernie Lou and Tod Steward spoke to Carole McNeil after their friendship has been put to the test following the presidential election as the two support opposing presidential candidates.
Models and celebrities have been encouraging us to love the skin we're in no matter what. But 'emotional eating expert' Samantha Skelly says it is promoting an unhealthy lifestyle.
Puerto Rico still has a power problem, two months after Hurricane Maria hit. Many power plants across the island are still shut down, with Puerto Rico's plants operating at just 50% capacity. It may be the biggest blackout in U.S. history, and it's turning parts of Puerto Rico into a test bed