Politics

Tent city rises outside Hamburg as Germany absorbs more refugees: Nahlah Ayed

In what was once an overflow parking lot near a soccer stadium on the outskirts of Hamburg, a ghostly, white tent city has recently taken root. Source: CBC Feeds...

Nahlah Ayed: Gleaming white tent city rises as Germany absorbs more refugees

In what was once an overflow parking lot near a soccer stadium on the outskirts of Hamburg, a ghostly, white-tent city has recently taken root. Source: CBC Feeds Link:...

YouTube Red subscription service could change the future of YouTube stardom

YouTube is set to evolve its long-free video network with Red, a subscription service that removes ads and offers exclusive content featuring its biggest stars. But many of its...

Apple Pay coming to Canada this year with American Express partnership

Apple’s mobile wallet, Apple Pay, will become available in Canada later this year — but only to those who have American Express cards. Source: CBC Feeds Link: Apple Pay...

Officer who flipped student in desk to be let go, report says

The white sheriff’s deputy who was caught on video flipping a black high school student out of her classroom chair in Columbia, South Carolina, will be relieved of duty,...

Officer who flipped student in desk fired

The white sheriff’s deputy who was caught on video flipping a black high school student out of her classroom chair in Columbia, South Carolina has been fired. Source: CBC...

Photo shows polar bear injured by tight radio collar

A photo of a polar bear with bloody wounds from a too-tight radio collar illustrates an unfortunate but rare side effect of wildlife research, biologists say. Source: CBC Feeds...

Renovation nation: Canadians may spend record $53B fixing their homes this year

The federal government isn’t the only one spending on construction projects of late, as a new analysis released by Scotiabank shows Canadians will spend a record $53 billion this...

Liberals must decide which Tory laws to fix, which ones to flush

A constitutional challenge of new sick leave rules for federal public servants that was to begin Thursday is just one of many legal challenges that may end up shelved...

David Vitter ad stokes fear of ‘dangerous thugs’ freed by criminal justice reform

A new TV ad in Louisiana’s brutal race for governor warns voters of “dangerous thugs” being released from prison as part of criminal justice reform. It’s a political acid...