U.S., South Korea postpone military drills to bolster peace effort with North Korea
The United States and South Korea announced on Sunday they will postpone military drills scheduled for later this month in an effort to bolster a stalled peace push with North Korea, which criticized the joint military air exercise as provocative.
Hong Kong university campus engulfed by tear gas, fire bombs in latest clash
Police fired tear gas Sunday at protesters holding out at Hong Kong Polytechnic University as overnight clashes resumed in the morning, while opposition lawmakers criticized the Chinese military for joining a cleanup to remove debris from streets.
'Coach's Corner is no more': Ron MacLean discusses Don Cherry on Hockey Night in Canada
Hockey Night in Canada host Ron MacLean addressed Sportsnet's firing of Don Cherry during the first intermission of Saturday night's primetime NHL game — when the duo would normally host "Coach's Corner."
WADA at 20: As anti-doping agency weighs new sanctions against Russia, scandal still looms large
As the World Anti-Doping Agency marked its 20th anniversary last week, there were warnings that the coming days will be critical to the future of the international body meant to safeguard clean sport for the world's athletes.
White House budget official tells impeachment probe about holdup of Ukraine military aid
A White House budget official testified Saturday in a closed-door session of the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry in Washington, D.C., about the holdup of military aid to Ukraine. The public portion of the probe continues next week.
CN union gives Tuesday strike notice amid weekend contract talks
Canadian National (CN) conductors, train persons and yard persons have given strike notice ahead of a Tuesday deadline, meaning they could walk off the job just after midnight that day.