Attack on college in Crimea kills at least 18
Eighteen people were killed and dozens injured at a college in Crimea when at least one attacker set off a bomb in the cafeteria and went through the building shooting at random, officials said.
Canada's giant public health 'experiment' with legalized cannabis begins
Experts say making marijuana legal will help yield much needed insight into the drug's health effects — both positive and negative.
Cannabis is legal in Canada — here's what you need to know
Recreational marijuana is legal, but the vision of a pot-permissive Canada still remains hazy. We try to answer some frequently asked questions surrounding legal weed.
NAFTA 2.0 exempts cultural industries from digital trade rules, but not copyright extensions
The broad cultural exemption Canada fought to keep in the renegotiation of the North American free trade deal will allow for Canadian content rules in digital media. But the Trudeau government will not apply the exemption to avoid extending the length of copyright protections for artistic works.
Veterans who survived sexual assault tackle PTSD by training for Invictus Games
MJ Batek and Donna Riguidel both suffer from PTSD after sexual assaults during military service. Now they're joining other injured service members competing at the Invictus Games in Sydney from Oct. 20 to 27.
U.S. top diplomat in Turkey over Jamal Khashoggi scandal
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara on Wednesday following talks with Saudi Arabia's king and crown prince about the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.