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Once again, Edward Snowden documents have struck, revealing this time that the United States — with Canada's permission — sent National Security Agency spies to the G-8 and G-20 summits in Ontario in 2010.
Egypt's police fired water cannons Tuesday to disperse two protests by dozens of secular anti-government activists in Cairo, the security forces' first implementation of a controversial new law forbidding protests held without a permit from authorities.
Toronto’s Mayor Rob Ford came out swinging Thursday, bluntly telling his voters that even though police say they have a video that might show him smoking crack cocaine, he’s not leaving office.
An anti-fracking protest in Rexton, New Brunswick, turned violent Thursday after Royal Canadian Mounted Police peppered protesters with rubber bullets and demonstrators torched cop cars.
The chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus said race relations in America haven’t improved any since the election of President Obama — and as a matter of fact, they’ve even gotten worse.
NSA information leaker Edward Snowden has accepted an asylum offer from Venezuela, the Associated Press reports.
Black lawmakers pressed President Obama on Tuesday to ensure that immigration reform doesn't shortchange African immigrants, and they strategized about ways to protect minority voting rights in the wake of the Supreme Court's ruling that struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act.
Don Cherry doesn't think female journalists belong in locker rooms. No, this isn't a bulletin from 30 years ago.
Congressional Black Caucus members, who are all Democrats, flipped out the race card in the talks on the sequester Monday and said minorities will be unfairly and disproportionately impacted.
Microsoft is rolling out dozens of new apps for the Xbox 360, building on statistics that show members of its paid online subscription service spend more time on it watching video than they do playing multiplayer games over the Internet.
Canadian television networks stand to lose broadcasts that attract millions of viewers and generate millions of dollars in advertising revenue if the NHL lockout extends into the regular season.
Joel Ward was a playoff hero for the Nashville Predators a year ago. Postseason heroics to the tune of seven goals and six assists earned him a four-year, $12 million contract with the Washington Capitals.
The sense of relief was palpable as the Washington Capitals left the ice Saturday night at Toronto's Air Canada Centre. Their confidence was back.
The news didn't sound good: Sidney Crosby and an "abnormality" in his vertebrae. For the Pittsburgh Penguins center and face of the NHL who has been grappling with a concussion, it seemed like yet another setback that could threaten his season or his career.
Facing an uproar from President Obama's most loyal base of supporters, the White House on Thursday rejected claims that Mr. Obama stereotyped blacks when he told them to "take off your bedroom slippers" and work for his re-election.