• Tracey Emin: 'A lot of men have changed'
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    Tracey Emin: 'A lot of men have changed'

    The artist Tracey Emin has said she thinks the attitudes of a lot of men towards women have changed in recent years.She told the BBC's Will Gompertz that the younger generation of men would find abusiveness towards women "unbelievable".

  • Gun ban a non-starter for pro-gun lobby
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    Gun ban a non-starter for pro-gun lobby

    Any sort of gun ban is a non-starter for the National Rifle Association, but that doesn't mean some of its members don't believe reforms should be made - beginning with a pitch from the NRA president for more heavily secured schools. U.S. President Donald Trump is considering a wide range of

  • Trudeau doing damage control on India trip
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    Trudeau doing damage control on India trip

    Justin Trudeau has been in damage control mode on his India trip following the revelation that a man convicted of attempting to kill a politician was invited to an event with the Canadian prime minister. Jaspal Atwal, a former member of a Sikh extremist group who was convicted in 1986 for the attempted

  • The Roundup
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    The Roundup

    Mark Satov of Satov Consultants on some of the day's top stories

  • Retail sales
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    Retail sales

    Frances Donald of Manulife Financial on what the latest economic data means

  • Twitter backlash
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    Twitter backlash

    Ramona Pringle of Ryerson University on the latest political controversy facing Twitter

  • Deals in India
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    Deals in India

    CBC's David Cochrane on the prime minister's trip to India

  • Seven things the NRA blames after Florida
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    Seven things the NRA blames after Florida

    In the aftermath of the mass shooting at a Florida high school, the head of the powerful National Rifle Association has delivered a combative speech. Here are seven of the things Wayne LaPierre blamed.

  • Trump talks gun-free zones, mental health, school safety and violent video games
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    Trump talks gun-free zones, mental health, school safety and violent video games

    U.S. president talks about background checks and arming teachers

  • Meghan: 'I'm proud of where I come from'
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    Meghan: 'I'm proud of where I come from'

    Speaking to the BBC shortly after her engagement to Prince Harry, Ms Markle called scrutiny of her ethnicity "disheartening".

  • 'We've lost nothing but our country'
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    'We've lost nothing but our country'

    More than 10,000 Syrian refugees that have been settled in the UK since 2011.Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said the country will reach its target of resettling 20,000 by 2020, and is considering how to extend the scheme,The BBC meets one family already here, who are haunted by thoughts of those they

  • Is nationalisation the answer for Britain's railways?
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    Is nationalisation the answer for Britain's railways?

    Labour wants to bring Britain's railways back under public control but 75% of the industry is already nationalised.

  • GRAPHIC WARNING: Syrian children's hospital reported hit by 4 air strikes
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    GRAPHIC WARNING: Syrian children's hospital reported hit by 4 air strikes

    Hospital in eastern Ghouta province sits in rebel-held area, subject to intense bombing by Assad regime

  • Emergency workers scramble to help wounded after Mexico ferry explosion
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    Emergency workers scramble to help wounded after Mexico ferry explosion

    25 people said to be injured, conflicting reports of Canadians wounded

  • The condom delivery guy
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    The condom delivery guy

    Have you ever felt uncomfortable buying condoms over the counter? In Senegal, the founder of the website Mapote has provided a solution. In the conservative country where talking about sex openly is still taboo, customers can get condoms delivered at home discreetly and anonymously.

  • Colon cleanse caution
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    Colon cleanse caution

    Colon cleansing, or hydrotherapy, is a growing part of the wellness industry but have no oversight

  • Scott Moir might be Team Canada's most boisterous fan
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    Scott Moir might be Team Canada's most boisterous fan

    Watch this compilation of figure skater's reactions from the women's hockey final

  • Breakthroughs take time to sell
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    Breakthroughs take time to sell

    Professor Ronald Li is the inventor of tiny human hearts. Grown from stem cells, they beat exactly like hearts and they are designed to test the safety of new medicines. Prof Li formed a company called Novoheart to market them to the world's pharmaceutical firms. Having taken 20 years to develop

  • Wobbling over the world's longest glass bridge
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    Wobbling over the world's longest glass bridge

    The bridge, located in China, is supposed to represent a dragon flying through the valley. It was opened in December.

  • Would you eat recycled landfill meat?
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    Would you eat recycled landfill meat?

    WARNING: YOU MAY WISH TO SKIP THIS ONE IF YOU HAVE A DELICATE DISPOSITION. Ever wondered what happens to restaurant leftovers? In the Philippine capital, Manila meat is recycled from landfill tips, washed and re-cooked. It's called 'pagpag' and is eaten by the poorest people who can't

  • Trump continues war with the FBI
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    Trump continues war with the FBI

    U.S. President Donald Trump's continued war with the FBI has only gained more steam as the U.S. Justice Department continues it's Russia investigation. CBC News looks at Trump's tendency to challenge the independence of law enforcement and intelligence agencies

  • Religion and politics collide for Trudeau in India
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    Religion and politics collide for Trudeau in India

    After visiting the Golden Temple in India, a holiest site in the Sikh religion, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and defence minister Harjit Sajjan met with the Chief Minister of Punjab Amarinder Singh. Singh last year accused Sajjan of being a separatist, something Sajjan has consistently disavowed

  • Oxfam gets backing from Theresa May
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    Oxfam gets backing from Theresa May

    Oxfam, an aid organization facing allegations of failing to deal with accusations of sexual misconduct by staff, has received the backing of British prime minister. Theresa May says her government will continue to support Oxfam - but that hasn't stopped others from taking action, as thousands of

  • Shooting survivors take gun concerns to Trump's doorstep
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    Shooting survivors take gun concerns to Trump's doorstep

    Survivors of last week's school shooting in Parkland, Fla., have taken their fight for gun legislation to U.S. President Donald Trump's doorstep, with protests in Washington. Trump held a listening session with some of the survivors, but some are questioning whether their concerns are actually

  • Begging for food in Venezuela
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    Begging for food in Venezuela

    Food has become so scarce in Venezuela after the economy collapsed that people are getting desperate. The government blames international sanctions for the situation.