As budget season nears its end, the debt accumulated by all three levels of government is revealing a national picture of indebtedness showing the residents of some cities live under very different debt loads than the residents of others.
Though interim leader Rona Ambrose led a recent Conservative leadership poll, she has ruled herself out — again. But beyond recognizing that the other poll leaders, Peter MacKay and Kevin O'Leary, are the most familiar names in the race, what can these surveys tell us about the campaign's early days? […]
Mike Duffy turned slightly to his right and looked up at the camera as the Canadian Senate, circa May, 2016, was immortalized. He then returned to his seat in the far right corner. For the two and half hours until the Senate adjourned at 4:53 p.m. ET, he said nothing for the official record. Welcome back, senator. […]
The so-called Panama Papers have turned up the heat on tax havens, and Tuesday the Commons finance committee put a KPMG executive in the hot seat to explain the firm's dispute with the Canada Revenue Agency over an Isle of Man scheme. A senior KPMG executive says the firm has since exited the tax-shelter business. […]
Canada's auditor general is warning of serious consequences from the way data is collected and used by the government, which he says is having a direct impact on the ability of the public service to serve and protect Canadians.
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Reuters) - Republican front-runner Donald Trump went from long-shot contender to become the party's presumptive nominee on Tuesday with a commanding win in Indiana, and the party began to coalesce around him as top rival Ted Cruz bowed out of the race.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Reuters) - U.S. Republican Ted Cruz carefully left the door open to a future run for president on Tuesday after a campaign that outlasted a long list of rivals but could not overcome the anti-establishment appeal of Donald Trump.
(Reuters) - Republican John Hammond III had made no secret of his distaste for Donald Trump and his desire to halt his march to the party's presidential nomination, telling the Indianapolis Star newspaper in March that the mogul was "unfit" to lead the country.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz lashed out at rival candidate Donald Trump on the day of Indiana's primary on Tuesday, calling him a pathological liar, narcissist and bully after the front-runner linked Cruz's father to John F. Kennedy's assassin.
INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Donald Trump's success in the race for the White House may well depend on the support of Republican evangelicals suspicious of the front-runner's more liberal side as he discloses his social views.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - California would repeal mandatory jail time for convicted prostitutes under a bill approved by the state Senate amid growing concern that many are victims of human trafficking or addicts who need treatment.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Tuesday said Puerto Rico's financial crisis risks turning the commonwealth into a chaotic mess unless the U.S. Congress can enact a plan to restructure its debt.
NASHVILLE (Reuters) - Educators and other full-time staffers at Tennessee's public state universities and colleges will soon be able to carry handguns on campus after Governor Bill Haslam allowed a bill to become law on Monday without his signature.
Ted Cruz will bow out of the Republican presidential race Tuesday following a crushing loss to Donald Trump in Indiana, according to a Cruz campaign source, clearing the path for the real estate mogul to clinch the GOP nomination.
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