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The fifth presidential debate featured sharp exchanges on Wednesday over outreach to minority voters and which of the Democratic contenders is best prepared to lead.
A woman from New Zealand and a man from Australia took their love of aviation (and each other) to new heights by tying the knot 37,000 feet in the air.
Extreme weather conditions trigger fires in several states and a thunderstorm asthma warning and dust storm in Victoria. Follow all the latest updates
Lawyers for a group of Canadians who blame their own or their loved ones\' cancer on exposure to a herbicide have filed a series of proposed class-action lawsuits against the product\'s manufacturer.
Lawyers for Huawei Technologies Co Ltd asked a Canadian court to immediately stay proceedings seeking to extradite the company\'s Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou to the United States, a company spokesman said on Wednesday.
The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Melbourne this afternoon. The gusty thunderstorm is likely to hit Melbourne at around 2:30PM. It will produce damaging winds in the next few hours. Thunderstorms may affect parts of #M
A man is fighting for life after he fell onto the tracks at a busy Tube station in central London. Oxford Circus station was evacuated during the evening rush hour on Wednesday as emergency services descended on the scene. The man, whose age is not known,
In July 2017, former South Carolina governor and the Trump administration’s former ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley used a government system for unclassified information to discuss North Korean rocket launches because she forgot her password
Head coach Mike Babcock has been fired by the Toronto Maple Leafs after a disappointing 9-10-4 start to the season. Babcock signed an eight-year, $50 million contract on May 25, 2015 with the hope he could lead the Maple Leafs to their first Stanley Cup c
Several Detroit Red Wings fans took to social media to express a desire to see Mike Babcock return to Detroit after being fired by the Leafs.
India’s Strategic Forces Command has test-fired two short-range ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads as part of a yearly training session. The launches went off without a hitch.
A spokesperson for Global Affairs Canada confirmed that a Canadian citizen died in a shooting in Somalia but could not disclose further information due to the Privacy Act.
PM suggests Australia could increase emissions without worsening current fire season, and says government finalising plans to crack down on environmental protests
Lightning strikes and hot, gusty winds fan more than 60 fires across Victoria, including an emergency-level grassfire which firefighters believe may have destroyed a home in the state\'s north.
Ex-military chief Benny Gantz failed to form a government, raising the likelihood of a third election in a year while prolonging Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s rule and political uncertainty.
Justin Trudeau, the poor soul, had to do some strenuous thinking with his inner circle when he cobbled together his new cabinet.Why? Because it’s 2019, of course.The “sunny ways” of 2015 has been in tatters longer than it ever existed.
A pregnant woman was killed by dogs in a forest in France as a hunt took place nearby, investigators have said. The 29-year-old woman was walking her own dogs at the time of the attack.
Sydney has woken to another thick blanket of bushfire smoke, ahead of what\'s expected to be a number of dangerous days of fire weather in NSW and across the country.
Anti-Semitic attitudes have also strengthened in Poland, South Africa and Ukraine since 2015, U.S. watchdog finds; Sweden fared best in annual poll, with only 4 percent of respondents holding anti-Semitic beliefs
Parts of Tasmania are still sweltering, but anyone feeling the heat in Hobart was treated to some quick relief this afternoon as the temperature dropped from 36 degrees Celsius to 26C in just 10 minutes.
Temperatures top 40C in state’s north as up to 11 properties hit by fire in South Australia, while NSW and Tasmania face worsening conditions
Jill Filipovic writes that the Trump administration\'s reversal of a 40-year-old policy which says that Israeli settlements in the West Bank violate international law undermines the potential for a peace process between Israelis and Palestinians.
This live article replaces a news story that pulls together some of the events from this morning including disruption from high winds and comments from authorities including Premier Daniel Andrews.
Austrian officials hope the decision to turn the three-story building in the town of Braunau am Inn into a police station will be a deterrent to those who would make the site a neo-Nazi shrine.
Amazon has paid little tax in Australia since setting up its local online retail business, with possibly hundreds of millions of dollars of revenue flowing offshore last year, according to its public accounts.
At least 36 world leaders, among them three monarchs and Russian President Vladimir Putin, will be in Israel’s capital on January 22-23 for the Fifth World Holocaust Forum (WHF).
“We believe it is absolutely imperative to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria and other states in the region,\" Moscow\'s Foreign Ministry stated.
Many of Australia\'s young people are anxious, lonely and sad, according to the ABC\'s National Survey. Here\'s what five young Australians think is driving the trend.
Defenders of the bill said it was designed to stop adults from encouraging minors to have sex and to protect the right of parents to direct their children’s sexual education.
Sydneysiders will be able to water their gardens and wash their cars using only a bucket from next month, after the NSW Government announced tough new restrictions.
Legit.ng News ★ Former Nigerian youth international Sani Emmanuel has explained how injury forced him to quit the game of football at the time when he should be playing active soccer.
Early next summer, Florida State University International Programs Italy will enter the future by stepping 500 years into the past. In June, renovations are to be completed on the Palazzo Bagnesi Falconeri, a 37,000-square-foot palace in the heart of Flor
Union says the method used to boost TransLink executives salaries by as much as 25 per cent this past summer should also be in play for bus drivers. But TransLink says labour market forces should be the main consideration.
The case was launched on behalf of 700 women who had pelvic mesh and tape products implanted to treat common complications of childbirth
It’s gonna be a long, hard day if you’re an asthma or hayfever sufferer. There’s a warning out for a potential thunderstorm asthma attack today in Melbourne and the pollen warning is EXTREME! Please bring your puffer with you and have an asthma atta
The streaming service says the series will follow the story of internet users across the world who jumped into action after a video of an unknown man killing two kittens was posted online.
Benny Gantz\'s failure to form a coalition prolongs months of political deadlock. It does not automatically trigger new elections; rather, it kicks off another wave of political haggling.
The United States is considering a significant cut to its troop numbers in South Korea if Seoul does not contribute more to the cost of the deployment, South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo reported on Thursday.
The Trump administration has begun issuing licenses to some companies allowing them to restart U.S. tech sales to Chinese telecom giant Huawei, according to people familiar with the matter.
Article 370 abrogation: US Congressman Pete Olson said the revocation of Article 370 that gave special status to J&K \"brings equality to all Indians, and this action brings peace to Kashmir.\"
It’s no secret why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has, suddenly and without prior notice, reversed Stephen Harper’s policy of refusing to support the never-ending deluge of Israel-bashing resolutions passed by the United Nations General Assembly.
Justin Trudeau’s new cabinet has 36 members not including himself, an expansion from the previous cabinet. It includes seven new faces and about half the cabinet comes from Ontario, including 11 from the Toronto area.
With the biggest shopping event of the year just around the corner, it’s definitely time to get yourself prepared. Whether you\'re planning to spend hundreds and hundreds this year, or whether you intend to simply pick up a special Christmas gift or two,
For the second time this week, smoke has blanketed the Harbour City and air quality has been rated hazardous, but this time authorities say the haze will be long-lasting.
Among the premier’s sweeping cutbacks — aimed at reducing the deficit without tapping the corporate elite for more tax revenues — are a dizzying array of cuts to our public health-care system, the crown jewel of our social programs.
They’re b-a-a-a-ck.Two suspected ISIS sympathizers are back in Ontario, according to published reports.Truth North said Pamir Hakimzadah — a former Ryerson student — was sprung from a Canadian prison on May 24 — even though he was
After a Fox News segment on Laura Ingraham\'s show where a panelist accused Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman of \"espionage,\" Vindman\'s lawyer fires off warning letter asking for a retraction.
Pembina Pipelines Corporation has partnered with the Breakfast Club of Canada, to help feed school children ac...
We need policies at every level to encourage immigrants to move to small cities and rural areas. Not only would those communities benefit economically from the new arrivals, they might become more diverse in their views
A U.S. aircraft carrier ordered by the White House to rapidly deploy to the Mideast over a perceived threat from Iran has transited the Strait of Hormuz for the first time since its deployment.