Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson has completed a secret trip to Iraq. During a conference call from neighbouring Jordan, he told reporters that the threat of ISIL dominated his conversations in the Middle East.
The cellphone video belonging to Parliament Hill shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau is expected to be made public Friday. CBC News has learned it is barely a minute long, so it may not stem the debate over whether he is a committed jihadist or merely a mentally disturbed individual.
Two years' worth of RCMP security reports for incidents on Parliament Hill show few risks posed to politicians and VIPs prior to the Oct. 22 shooting. A dozen reports from 2013 and 2014 show only minor cases of wrong-way driving, combative emails and letters and occasional unlocked construction vehicles. […]
Canada's chief elections investigator pushed hard against moving his operations out of the same building as Elections Canada, fearing it would interfere with his ability to investigate electoral wrongdoing and could taint evidence needed to prosecute offenders.
Ottawa should focus on more than just Muslim extremists in its current anti-terror campaign, says a former skinhead, now part of a federally sponsored de-radicalization program. Aggressive actions toward certain groups only can backfire, he says, a view backed up by academic research.
MADISON, Wis. (Reuters) - Wisconsin lawmakers on Thursday began a final debate on a measure supported by Republican Governor Scott Walker that would prohibit private-sector workers from being required to join a union or pay dues when working under union contracts.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A growing controversy over Democrat Hillary Clinton's use of personal email for work while she was U.S. secretary of state could drag on for months, threatening to cloud the expected launch of her 2016 presidential campaign.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner and other senior Republican and Democratic House members urged U.S. President Barack Obama to quickly authorize lethal weapons for Ukraine as it battles Russian-backed separatists, according to a letter released on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Kathleen Matthews, a former longtime television anchor in the Washington area turned Marriott International executive, plans to run for the congressional seat held by Representative Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, according to Politico.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Reuters/Ipsos poll shows that about two-thirds of Americans believe men are generally paid more than women, a finding that suggests that Democrat Hillary Clinton's message on pay inequality could resonate broadly with Americans should she run for president in 2016.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to the U.S. Congress generated loud applause and worldwide headlines, it is unlikely to lead to new legislation or a shift in U.S. policy toward Iran.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court appeared sharply divided on ideological lines on Wednesday as it tackled a second major challenge to President Barack Obama's healthcare law, with Justice Anthony Kennedy emerging as a likely swing vote in a ruling.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Democrats said on Wednesday they would not support bills that could influence nuclear talks with Iran in the next three weeks, essentially ensuring no such legislation will pass before negotiators' March 24 deadline for a framework agreement.
The chairman of the House committee investigating Benghazi said Tuesday revelations that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used multiple personal email accounts to conduct government business are troubling.