Pauline Hanson, who heads the far-right One Nation Party, was met with gasps when she entered wearing the garment worn by some Muslim women. She was given a strong rebuke from Australian Attorney General George Brandis, who also said burkas will not be banned
Spain is struggling with a new influx of migrants arriving on flimsy boats from Morocco.Nearly 600 were rescued on Wednesday - one of Spain's highest totals for one day.
The bell inside of Big Ben at London's Parliament is going silent for four years so that maintenance crews can safely get to work on tower repairs and restoration
Loneliness is a major public health risk and even more dangerous than alcohol consumption, physical inactivity, obesity and air pollution, says Julianne Holt-Lunstad, a professor of psychology at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney says that Britain cannot expect free access to the European single market and free trade arrangements worldwide.
U.S. President Donald Trump has disbanded the Manufacturing Council and the Strategy and Policy Forum after a number of high-profile CEOs either quit the panels or criticized his response to last weekend's deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va.
Financial author Bruce Sellery discusses what CIBC's move to bring PC Financial's 2 million customers into its new no-fee brand means for consumers. And what options they have if they don't like it
A service for Heather Heyer was held in downtown Charlottesville, Va. The 32-year-old was killed when a car rammed into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally.
Susan Bro urges those gathered at her daughter’s memorial service in Charlottesille, Va., and around the world, to build on Heather Heyer’s legacy of taking on injustice
Susan Bro, the mother of the woman killed in Virginia when a car plowed into a crowd protesting a rally by white nationalists, speaks at her daughter's memorial service in Charlottesville
Plaque commemorating Confederate President Jefferson Davis placed on the store in 1957 by U.S.-based United Daughters of the Confederacy
Mayor William Bell’s orders to board up a 15-metre tall Confederate monument were carried out Monday night, days after a violent rally by white nationalists in Virginia was sparked by the removal of a statue of general Robert E. Lee in that state. Alabama state law prohibits the removal of rebel memorials