Facebook and data company Cambridge Analytica are facing legal questions — in the U.K., a warrant has been ordered to search Cambridge Analytica's London headquarters, and on this side of the Atlantic, U.S. congressional staff are scheduled to be briefed by Facebook. Its the latest fallout after
So-called "Zombie firms" could be at risk if the US Federal Reserve raises interest rates on Wednesday, as Kim Gittleson explains from Washington.Video by Paul Blake
New technology is helping get fresh food to remote Canadian communities. It's a portable hydroponic garden system called the 'Growcer' and it could be the fix these communities have been looking for to keep food costs down and lead a healthier lifestyle
A rare rhino sub-species is on the brink of extinction after its last surviving male was put down, but there is still some hope for the species. There are only two Northern White Rhinos left in existence — the male's daughter and granddaughter, which means neither of them are good candidates to carry
More than 1,400 civilians are believed to have been killed in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta since Syrian government forces stepped up their bombardment a month ago.With thousands of families trapped in the besieged area, mother of eight Deana Lynn shares her experience of life under siege.
Belgians are opening their homes to migrants on their way to the UK, giving them a bed for the night. But not everyone thinks that giving shelter to people planning to cross the channel illegally is a good idea.Videojournalist Bruno Boelpaep
The #MeToo movement is gaining momentum in Russia, a country where the movement has been openly mocked. Chauvinism might still be accepted there, but it hasn't stopped a number of young women from risking their careers and reputations to speak up about the sexual harassment they’ve endured from powerful
Uncertainty is hanging over the fate of thousands of Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers living in Israel, although the country's supreme court has halted their deportation to a third nation in Africa. Asma'it is one of the Eritrean asylum seekers who are at risk of being expelled from Israel
Famous Saudi blogger Raif Badawi's family and his defenders want Canada's help to secure Badawi's freedom from a prison in Saudi Arabia. Badawi was sentenced to 10 years in prison back in 2012 for setting up a website to spread his more moderate writing. His family currently lives in Quebec
Saudi prince Mohammed Bin Salman met with U.S. president Donald Trump as part of his latest attempt to pitch Saudi business and forge new economic ties. Salman is trying to present a new side to the country by driving several reforms, but there are still reservations over Saudi Arabia's military
Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon has announced she is launching a bid for New York governor.She held her first campaign stop in Brownsville, New York, one of the city's most run-down neighbourhoods.
In a 2009 interview with the BBC's Laura Trevelyan, Mark Zuckerberg discusses Facebook's new governance system. Privacy, he said, was central to the social platform.
Model Arfa Shahid says it’s almost impossible to buy plus size modest clothes in shops. The Dubai based blogger says it’s frustrating because as a Muslim she isn’t supposed to show off her body shape. She wants high street shops to do more to cater for women of all sizes.
A former employee of London-based political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica has said the company "absolutely" planted fake news.Christopher Wylie said Cambridge Analytica used the personal data of 50 million Facebook members to influence the US presidential election in 2016.The company
His death at the age of 45 leaves only two females - his daughter and granddaughter - of the subspecies alive in the world.Hope for preserving the northern white rhino now lies in developing in vitro fertilisation (IVF) techniques.
Ipswich town centre has been recreated using Lego.Seven million bricks were used to create model versions of buildings including Christchurch Mansion and the Norman Foster-designed Willis office.It was created at Ipswich Art Gallery as part of The Big Lego Ipswich Build Week.
The Hamilton Health Sciences Centre is taking action to try and prevent delirium before the condition takes hold of the patient. It's being done using a program developed in the U.S. called the Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP). Each year in Canada, 200,000 people who go to hospital may experience