A dramatic rescue of seven white-beaked dolphins has ended in Newfoundland, after several days of effort. The dolphins were trapped by ice and facing certain death in the harbour of Heart's-Delight-Islington, but thanks to a bright idea and a last-ditch effort the dolphins are free
Regulating social media is something governments around the world are considering, following Facebook's latest data breach. Canada's privacy commissioner is investigating, but it's not clear if there will be any consequences. For now, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is putting the onus of protective
U.S. President Donald Trump has replaced his national security adviser H.R. McMaster in his administration's latest shuffle. McMaster's replacement is is former United Nations ambassador John Bolton
The Barenaked Ladies are set to reunite, but only for one night. They're celebrating their induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, so former frontman Steven Page will rejoin his bandmates for a two-song performance at this year's Junos — after barely speaking to each other for nearly
Canada has come to the rescue of a young Afghan woman whose husband nearly killed her. Shakila Zareen was just a teenager when the man she was forced to marry, shot her in the face after she reported his constant abuse to the police. Zareen survived and ended up in India with her mother and younger sister
A doctor shortage in Canada has pushed at least one potential patient to an act of desperation. A Nova Scotia man made four visits to the emergency room last year but was not admitted. Frustrated, his girlfriend drove to a nearby store and called 911. It's a problem many communities across Canada
U.S. President Donald Trump has introduced new tariffs on China, which threatened to retaliate soon after, as a trade war heats up between the two countries. Before China was able to react, the stock market had its say: The Dow dropped more than three per cent and the TSX suffered its worst day since
Actor Cate Blanchett has been to visit Rohingya child refugees in Bangladesh.It's estimated over 670,000 people have sought safety there after fleeing Myanmar.Now the refugee agency UNHCR fears camps are at risk of floods and landslides during the monsoon season.Watch the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire
US National Security Adviser HR McMaster is the latest victim of the President's line up changes. Who else has been dropped from Trump's inner circle?
Mass school shootings typically reignite the US gun control debate until the topic gradually fizzles out. That paradigm changed after Parkland, Florida. Here's why.Video by the BBC's Franz Strasser.
Mass protests are part of American history.The BBC's Nick Bryant went to the Whitney Museum in New York, where an exhibit looks back at the country's key moments of protest.
The Middle East and North Africa region has more women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) industries than most other world regions.Layal Zakhour is a software engineer in Dubai and says that women are given lots of support to progress in these male dominated sectors.In the United
Ten years ago, William Chase was wondering what to do with the potato crop from his farm in Herefordshire. He hit on the idea of making potato-based vodka and gin. But the challenge was how to break into a market dominated by huge brands like Smirnoff, while selling at double their prices.
Finland's former Prime Minister, Alexander Stubb spoke to Emily Maitlis ahead of Thursday's European summit, about solving the Irish border issue, helping to 'alleviate the pain' of Brexit and whether it is right for the EU Commission president to congratulate President Putin.
Tory MP Tobias Ellwood was called a "hero" after he was pictured giving first aid to PC Keith Palmer, one of the casualties of the Westminster Bridge Terror Attack.Mr Ellwood, a Conservative MP and former Army officer, performed mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on PC Palmer in New Palace Yard,