Justin Trudeau Is Canada's First Prime Minister To Violate Federal Ethics Laws
- Commerce sets final duties on Bombardier totaling nearly 300 percent
- Tension Brewing Between Guerrero, Patriots
- Dreaming of a NY white Christmas? Latest forecast offers hope
- Princess Charlotte to attend nursery school in January
- Diddy Wants To Be New Owner Of The Carolina Panthers
- Chinese Carmaker Takes on Tesla With an Electric SUV
- EC withdraws notice to Rahul
- Rep. Ruben Kihuen won't seek reelection amid sexual harassment allegations
- Alec Baldwin reprises Trump role in Saturday Night Live's Christmas show
- Aaron Boone Had Priceless Reaction To Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton Trade
- Display Fingerprint Sensor Soon To Be A Reality
- Tidal May be Only 6 Months from Collapsing
- Amid sexual misconduct allegations, Sen. Hirono calls for Trump's resignation
- Here's What The Chase Headley Trade Means For The New York Yankees
- Heavy snow cancel flights in UK
December 21, 2017
Mark Ruffalo: 'Cardinal Bernard Law was a bad human being'
He worked closely with church leaders in Latin America, acting as an unofficial envoy of the pope to Fidel Castro's Cuba. The archdiocese paid $10 million in settlements with 86 of his victims and their relatives as Law clung to his job.
December 19, 2017
Facebook to demote posts that 'bait' for shares, likes
In a post , Facebook representatives explain that "engagement bait" goes against "one of our key News Feed values-authenticity". Starting this week, Facebook says it will begin demoting pages that use the "spammy" tactic.
December 19, 2017
Twitter Nazi purge removes far-right British leader that Trump retweeted
Twitter has always been accused of amplifying the reach of people and rhetoric that promote hate, extremist views and violence. That means even though Trump has technically violated Twitter's abuse policies in the past, he is exempt from the new rules .
December 18, 2017
Central Intelligence Agency helped Russian Federation halt terrorist attack
A special counsel is investigating whether anyone from the Trump campaign colluded. Petersburg, who planned to carry out a terrorist attack later in December.
December 17, 2017
Carrie Fisher's dog perks up watching 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'
The beloved late actress was well known for her close and loving relationship with Gary, who was originally her therapy dog. Abrams who is going to figure out a way to bring it home in the end, that's going to be satisfying, I know he's going to.
December 16, 2017
NY and New Jersey commit $3.65bn to fund Gateway tunnel
A spokesman for the department's Federal Transit Administration didn't immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday. New Jersey will raise its share from commuters by charging them an extra 90 cents for every trip into NY starting in 2020.
December 14, 2017
Australia to bid for women's and men's World Cups
Caption: Shannon Parry addresses her Wallaroos team-mates at training during the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup in Ireland. The New Zealander was announced as the successor to Bill Pulver at a press conference in Sydney on Tuesday.
December 14, 2017
Stop Airing Rahul Gandhi Interviews, Election Commission Tells TV Channels
The panel asked Gandhi to send his reply by 5 pm December 18, failing which it would decide the matter without any further notice to him.
December 13, 2017
World is losing the battle against climate change, says Macron
Macron launched the initiative June 1, the same day President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw from the climate change pact.
December 12, 2017
California fire now larger than NY
New evacuations were ordered in Carpinteria, a seaside city in Santa Barbara County that has been under fire threat for days. Yet new fires were popping up, and danger persisted. "And then at the same time, we were like, 'OK, my family's OK".