Huge buildings full of data servers are sucking power 24/7 at a growing rate. There are solutions on the horizon, but our data demands are outpacing innovation.
The NBA All Star game is in Toronto this weekend -- a sign of the success of the Raptors. Wendy Mesley sits down with the main architect of that success, Masai Ujiri, the team's General Manager.
World Health Organization provides update on the state of science around Zika virus
A papal meeting occurs between the Russian Orthodox and Catholic churches for the first time since the schism nearly 1,000 years ago that divided them
Humanitarian aid is needed for tens of thousands of refugees stuck at the Syrian-Turkish border
Syria could see temporary truce starting next week, but there's justifiable skepticism all sides will follow it.
The Exchange takes you inside the world of business.
Doubts mount over international agreement to cease some of the hostilities in Syria.
From Netflix geoblocked content, to B.C.'s hot housing market, CBC's Jacqueline Hansen covers an eventful week in Canadian business
A Japanese MP who sparked a national debate about paternity leave has quit after admitting to having an affair as his wife was due to give birth
Plan F is the most popular Medicare Supplement plan option, but there's another plan you should consider.
Surfers in northern California compete in what has been dubbed one of the world's most dangerous sporting competitions.
Star of the Dublin musical, Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, talks with Eli Glasner about discovering the pop music of the 80s
Hundreds of people in Florida are being encouraged to hunt Burmese pythons.
Marketplace investigates how customers can try to get better prices on their monthly bill - with a little inside knowledge
The last minute scramble for must-have Christmas toys seems to bring out the worst in us
Bail sought for duration of pending appeal of 2nd-degree murder conviction, appeal expected to take several months before it can be heard
Little faith that Munich agreement will hold
Two women who walked out of Ford's Dagenham plant to demand equal pay for both genders say before the reforms they were paid the "same money as janitors".
Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg all made fortunes despite being college dropouts. So why bother with the time and cost of a business degree if you can make it without one?
Dashcam records Grand Falls-Windsor man's head-on crash
What has the PM done in a few short weeks?
The Royal Canadian Air Force member says racism has forced him to leave
The ship is part of a new NATO role to assist in the refugee crisis engulfing Europe
Steven D'Souza explores the importance of proof gravitational waves exist