2 hrs ago | Reuters
Former Mexican drug lord Eduardo Arellano Felix, the last of four brothers captured or killed in connection with a once-powerful Tijuana-based cartel depicted in the Oscar-winning film "Traffic," pleaded guilty to U.S. drug charges on Friday.
2 hrs ago | Canada.com
As the federal ethics commissioner readies for a look at Stephen Harper's former right-hand man, Mary Dawson is reminding Canadians her office can only look so far.
3 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
A truck hauling an oversized load of drilling equipment hit an overhead bridge girder on the major route between Seattle and Canada, sending a section of the interstate into the river below as the driver watched the structure collapse in his rearview mirror.
5 hrs ago | Star Phoenix
On Tuesday, besieged with questions about The Great Senate Scandal, Stephen Harper didn't answer the questions that Canadians wanted answered.
9 hrs ago | Canada.com
Prime Minister Stephen Harper acknowledged for the first time Thursday that "perhaps" he could have responded more quickly to the news that his trusted chief of staff had footed the $90,000 bill for Sen.
13 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight
Blood donor screening will be changed from asking potential male donors if they have had sex with a man "even once, since 1977" to the past five years.
The Federal Court has rejected a bid to overturn the results in six federal ridings from the 2011 election - but both sides are claiming victory in the so-called robocalls affair.
Electoral fraud occurred during the last federal election, a federal court judge ruled on Thursday, but there is no proof that it affected the outcomes in six ridings at issue, so the elections will not be overturned.
Electoral fraud occurred during the last federal election, a federal court judge ruled on Thursday, but there is no proof that it affected the outcomes in six ridings at issue so the elections will not be overturned.
A Mexican drug cartel member pleaded guilty Thursday to the killing and wounding of two U.S. agents in Mexico, and the guilty pleas of three other men were unsealed in connection to the shooting.
A pre-trial hearing for a former Napier man accused of murdering his wife in Canada has been adjourned.
The personal use of illegal drugs, including heroin and crack cocaine, should be decriminalized as part of a federal-provincial strategy to tackle drug abuse, a B.C.-based national coalition of drug policy experts argue.
Senators should disclose their expenses just as cabinet ministers do, the top Conservative in the Senate says, meaning the details of every trip and every receipt could be made public.
Prabhdeep Srawn, 25, hasn't been heard from since parking his rental car May 13 in a village near an Australian national park.
Homeowners in low lying areas over a wide section of B.C.'s southern and southeastern Interior are being urged to brace for flooding.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he was not consulted by his chief of staff before Nigel Wright paid $90,000 to Sen.
Should Alberta's Wildrose party ever choose to launch a federal wing, Tuesday's tragi-comedy on Parliament Hill will serve as a helpful point of germination.