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Top U.S. military aide charged government for thousand-dollar visit to Italian strip club, Pentagon says For the past year, one of the biggest secrets at the Pentagon has been what prompted Defense Secretary Ashton Carter to suddenly fire his top military aide. Carter unexpectedly removed Army Lt. Gen. Ronald Lewis from his post in November for unspecified “misconduct” and ordered the...

Man who confessed to shooting his ex-wife, son — and that he may die next — on Facebook live found dead Earl Valentine had just critically injured his ex-wife and killed his namesake son in North Carolina, authorities said. He was somewhere on a dark road, possibly driving to Richmond to kill his former in-laws. That’s when Valentine went on Facebook...

North Korean defectors planning to create a government in exile in the U.S., report says A group of high-profile defectors are planning to establish a North Korean government in exile in the U.S. early next year, a South Korean newspaper reported Friday, citing one the of the group’s leaders. The defectors — some of whom are based in South Korea —...

Confidante, fixer, daughter figure: Rare glimpse of Huma Abdedin’s relationship with Hillary Clinton Few people know this, but Huma Abedin and Hillary Clinton celebrated their professional anniversary in September: it’s been 20 years since the two first started working side-by-side. Now, with the election roughly 30 days away, many are wondering how Abedin’s role might evolve in a Hillary Clinton White...

Stéphane Dion’s thumbs-down gesture upsets mother of abducted kids: ‘I felt truly disrespected and dishonoured’ OTTAWA – A B.C. woman whose four children were abducted by her ex-husband to Iran says she was shocked to see Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion make a dismissive thumbs-down gesture when her ordeal came up in the House of Commons. Alison Azer, who was sitting in...

Chechen leader in hot water for televising kids’ mixed martial arts fights that included his sons Ramzan A. Kadyrov, the leader of the Russian republic of Chechnya, has long sought to project himself as a muscle-bound brawler. He scares critics, wears camouflage and orders women to stay home. Now Kadyrov is publicly indoctrinating his three young sons in how to...

CMA tells politicians to stop ‘putting the money first,’ calls for health-care reform talks OTTAWA — Pulling the health-care system out of its “downward spiral” won’t happen until politicians stop haggling over money and start a formal national discussion on lasting reforms, the president of the Canadian Medical Association urged Wednesday. “What we’re seeing is the devolution of the discussion when you...

RCMP to settle in workplace harassment class-action cases, apologize to victims: sources The RCMP commissioner is expected to issue an apology on Thursday as part of a historic settlement reached with the plaintiffs in two proposed class-action lawsuits alleging systemic gender-based harassment and discrimination within the force, sources say. Any female member who experienced harassment or discrimination will be eligible to...

Air Miles adjusts rewards program as lawsuit looms Air Miles has rejigged its rewards program just months before its controversial expiry rules go into effect.

Group that found HMS Terror under investigation by Nunavut government Nunavut officials are questioning whether researchers who found HMS Terror had proper authorization to search for the doomed Franklin Expedition ship, prompting the explorers to wonder if there's an effort to discredit them.

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Newfoundland and Labrador finance minister resigns suddenly ST. JOHN'S, N.L. -- Newfoundland and Labrador's finance minister stepped down from her post today, citing "numerous personal...
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