'Our own president uses words ... spoken by Josef Stalin to describe his enemies,' Arizona's Jeff Flake tells Senate
US President Donald Trump is using Twitter to jump over the mainstream media to direct message the people who voted for him, the former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci has said.Asked about President Trump’s tweet about the size of his nuclear button, Mr Scaramucci told BBC Hardtalk
Did Donald Trump kill off "unfair" trade deals in Asia? The BBC's Karishma Vaswani assesses the impact of the US withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement or TPP.
Zippers - 15 billion are churned out every year and there's probably at least one of them on you now. They're now the world's favourite way of fastening trouser flies and dresses. But the invention was virtually ignored until one company hit on the "zippy" name for it. Aaron Helsehurst
133 disabled veterans have been shortchanged $600 a month by the government according to an investigation by Veteran Affairs Canada. The department became aware of what it says was a mistake after one veteran noticed something wasn't right with his disability payment
Iconic Canadian company BlackBerry is shifting its focus to potentially life-saving software for the auto industry. Once a world leader in mobile phones, BlackBerry is now working on keeping high-tech cars secure and protecting autonomous vehicles from hacking with software that could save lives
Despite Ontario's recent minimum wage increase, workers are still struggling to make ends meet. Even for those who have full-time jobs, earning minimum wage means they have to make a lot of difficult choices.
Child-care costs have increased according to some Toronto-area parents, who say the hike is linked to Ontario's minimum wage change. Child-care costs in the province are already the highest in the country, with some parents saying their fees have jumped by as much as 24 per cent this month. This
The innocent bystander killed in a recent shooting in Vancouver has been identified as 15-year-old Alfred Wong. Wong is being remembered as a strong, smart and loyal person by his friends. Police are now appealing to witnesses for any video of the shooting that also killed a 23-year-old man
A Canadian Muslim man says discrimination is stopping him from visiting his father who is dying of cancer. The man, who lives in Mississauga, says he can’t cross the border into the U.S. — and he believes it’s because he's been interviewed multiple times by CSIS. At least one of those times was
A U.S. government shutdown is near and finding a solution has been overshadowed due to anger over comments reportedly made by President Donald Trump last week, in which he is said to have referred to African countries as 'shitholes'
A summit on North Korea co-hosted by Canada and the U.S. in Vancouver had international leaders from 20 countries discussing diplomacy. On their agenda: security and stability — and according to Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, more sanctions should North Korea continue to invest
Two parents in California have been charged with the torture and endangerment of their 13 children. David Allen Turpin and Louise Anna Turpin were arrested after their 17-year-old child managed to escape the home and call 911. Police say several of the children were shackled with chains and padlocks
US Senator Cory Booker berated Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen for saying she could not remember President Trump's explicit words at an immigration meeting last week, where he reportedly referred to Haiti and African nations as "shithole countries". “Your silence and your amnesia
A British start-up is promoting a futuristic advertising system that creates images that appear to float in mid-air.The effect is similar to the holograms that featured in the recent film Blade Runner 2049.Kino-mo invited BBC Click's Spencer Kelly to try out its tech at the recent CES trade fair