VIDEO: Ex-teacher: 'I was threatened with hammer'

Former teacher Ian Corcoran talks to the Victoria Derbyshire programme about the impact violent behaviour in a school had on his career and health. Source: BBC Feeds Link: VIDEO:...

'Never even thought about the alligators,' says man who jumped into lake to save schoolkids

A former P.E.I. man living in Florida says he wasn’t trying to be a hero when he helped rescue 27 children from a school bus that had plunged into...

Blacks three times more likely to be carded by Peel police than whites

Blacks three times more likely to be stopped than whites in carding by Peel police Source: Canada News TS Link: Blacks three times more likely to be carded by...

Conservatives swing into lead, close in on majority government, new poll suggests

Stephen Harper’s Conservative party has taken a commanding lead in the federal election race, according to a new poll Source: Canada News TS Link: Conservatives swing into lead, close...

Family defends Via Rail plotter after judge hands down life sentence

Raed Jaser was a fraud artist but no terrorist, brother and father insist after Wednesday’s sentencing. Source: Canada News TS Link: Family defends Via Rail plotter after judge hands...

Bill Blair, Joe Oliver among candidates in tight races, polls show

Former Toronto police chief battling it out in Scarborough, while high-profile Conservative candidate Joe Oliver is trailing in Eglinton-Lawrence riding. Source: Canada News TS Link: Bill Blair, Joe Oliver...

How Pope Francis came to rule the Twitterverse

Pope Francis is best understood through Twitter, one author argues. Source: Canada News TS Link: How Pope Francis came to rule the Twitterverse

Federal leaders' French-language debate: 5 elements to watch for tonight

Tonight’s French-language debate may not get the same attention outside Quebec as the previous debates, but it could still prove influential on the outcome of the election. Source: CBC...

Obama snubs Waldorf-Astoria hotel amid Chinese espionage fears

​For the first time since the 1930s, the Waldorf-Astoria’s swank Presidential Suite is missing something major during the annual UN General Assembly: A U.S. president. Obama is not staying...

School concerts, weddings and other times where copyright law gets murky

Happy Birthday To You may be back in the public domain, but there are still many other times where people could unintentionally be infringing on someone’s copyright. It turns...