In response to the audio threat released over the weekend, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification Michelle Rempel launched an impromptu twitter challenge by posting her own #SecureBedroomSelfie. Kady O'Malley has more.
Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander may be keen to trumpet his government's move to revoke passports from ISIS recruits, but his officials are equally tight-lipped when it comes to providing raw numbers to back up his bravado.
Canada's environment minister announced final emissions regulations for light passenger vehicles Monday, as well as new draft rules aimed at lowering greenhouse gas emissions and bringing the country's auto sector in line with the U.S.
Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says new rules for temporary foreign workers are making it very difficult for some businesses to fill jobs and hopes to work with Prime Minister Stephen Harper on a solution.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and South Korean President Park Geun-hye signed the Canada-South Korea trade deal on Parliament Hill today, suggesting it was just one step toward a greater partnership in Asia.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Moving against tax avoidance by corporations, the Obama administration took several actions on Monday to curb "inversion" deals that allow companies to escape high U.S. taxes by reincorporating abroad.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A decorated Iraq war veteran who scaled a fence on Friday night and got into the White House had more than 800 rounds of ammunition in his car and had been arrested in July with a sniper rifle and a map on which the executive mansion was marked, a federal prosecutor said on Monday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Moving against tax-avoidance by corporations, the Obama administration is taking several actions to curb deals known as "inversions" that allow companies to escape U.S. taxes by reincorporating abroad.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States said on Monday it would refuse to seek Iran's cooperation in fighting Islamic State forces by being more flexible in the negotiations of six world powers with Tehran on its nuclear program.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - When Hillary Clinton rubs shoulders with financial executives and philanthropic giants at the Clinton Global Initiative's meeting this week, it will underscore the tension between her elite connections and populist image likely to feature in her expected 2016 presidential campaign.
MIAMI (Reuters) - A Miami jury found a south Florida mayor guilty of corruption charges on Monday stemming from an undisclosed consulting job he took for a healthcare company while in office, as well as illegally using his position to lobby for a construction deal.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani will defend Activision Blizzard Inc in a lawsuit the former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega filed over his depiction in the company's popular "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" video game.
AUSTIN Texas (Reuters) - A U.S. judge heard closing arguments on Monday in a lawsuit challenging a state law requiring Texas voters to show identification at the polls, which plaintiffs argue is an attempt to suppress minority turnout.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie had harsh words Thursday for the committee investigating allegations of abuse of power and the orchestrated lane closures at the George Washington Bridge, known to many as the "Bridgegate" scandal.
One day after Alison Lundergan Grimes flaunted her skeet-shooting skills in a new political ad, Sen. Mitch McConnell's campaign pushed back saying Grimes is a lot more like President Barack Obama than the Democrat tries to portray.
Fresh off his Senate floor speech against arming Syrian rebels, Sen. Rand Paul shifted gears Thursday night to lambast the current state of police militarization in the United States, especially when it comes to the war on drugs.
As the pounding of war drums intensifies against ISIS and its advances in Iraq and Syria, at least one senator is voicing opposition to plans to arm Syrian rebels and says he's willing to shut down the government over it.