Senior bureaucrats reveal that hundreds more federal public servants have come forward to say they haven't been paid — the latest in the Phoenix payroll system controversy. Officials briefed the media before the committee meets at 2 p.m. ET. CBCNews.ca will carry the event live.
The government has hired temp-agency workers, without security clearance, to staff a call centre handling inquiries from the 80,000 public servants who are having issues with their pay after the introduction of the bungled Phoenix payroll system, CBC News has learned.
A key battle that could shape the future of the navy's multi-billion dollar frigate replacement program has been playing out behind-the-scenes in Ottawa this week. At stake is a demand by the federal government that warship designers sign over access to a vast swath of intellectual property data. […]
The Baloney Meter examines the level of accuracy in statements made by politicians. Today we look at whether Saskatchewan has grounds to launch a constitutional challenge if Ottawa tried to impose a carbon tax on its provincial Crown corporations?
The NDP has written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to express concern about what the New Democrats describe as "inappropriate meetings" between members of the PMO and the parliamentary budget officer.
On the mid-week podcast, David Cochrane talks to polls analyst Eric Grenier about the possibility of a Trump presidency. Then, we talk to Canada's outgoing High Commissioner to the U.K., Gordon Campbell.
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Democrat Hillary Clinton will make her case for the White House on Thursday night, facing the tough task of equaling show-stopping speeches by President Barack Obama and others who have embraced her bid to become the first woman elected U.S. president.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia told the United States on Thursday to get to the bottom of a hacking scandal involving Democratic Party emails itself and rejected what Donald Trump said was a sarcastic suggestion that Moscow should dig up Hillary Clinton's "missing" emails.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Thursday tried to quell the furor over his call for Russia to find Hillary Clinton's deleted emails, saying he was being sarcastic.
ASPEN, Colorado (Reuters) - Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, speaking about the hack of Democratic Party emails, said on Thursday the U.S. intelligence community was not ready to "make the call on attribution."
PARIS (Reuters) - President Francois Hollande on Thursday fired back at comments by U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump that "France was no longer France" after a slew of militant attacks, saying France would always stay true to its values.
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - New York media mogul Michael Bloomberg assailed fellow billionaire Donald Trump on Wednesday, calling his U.S. presidential race a "con" and ripping into his history of bankruptcies and lawsuits.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - WikiLeaks released files on Wednesday of what it said were audio recordings pulled from the emails of the Democratic National Committee that were obtained by hacking its servers.
President Barack Obama will tell Americans Wednesday that no one has ever been more qualified to be in the Oval Office than Hillary Clinton, placing his legacy in the hands of his one-time bitter rival.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will receive their government intelligence briefing within days, even as each party argues the other's nominee is not worthy of receiving sensitive information, a US intelligence official familiar with the process confirmed to CNN Thursday.
It was April 1910, a year after he left the White House, when former President Teddy Roosevelt arrived at the Sorbonne in Paris to deliver a stem-winder of a speech that at once offered an implicit defense his own legacy and a challenge to the citizenry of democratic states to trade in "sneering" judgment for action and engagement.
From a shy teenager growing up in the glare of the political spotlight to reluctant campaigner in her mother's 2008 presidential run -- Chelsea Clinton is now embracing her role in her mother's quest to win the White House.
Donald Trump drew sharp criticism from Democrats and longtime government officials Wednesday when he called on Russia to dig up and release emails his general election rival Hillary Clinton deleted from her private email server.