Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was at Buckingham Palace this morning for a meeting with Queen Elizabeth in the first stop of a one-week international trip. Later today, he'll meet British Prime Minister David Cameron at 10 Downing Street.
Gerald Donohue, who received $65,000 in contracts from Senator Mike Duffy, had experience as a union representative, human resources professional, and contract negotiator, an Ottawa court heard today. Donohue outlined his credentials while being cross-examined by Duffy's lawyer, Donald Bayne. […]
Justin Trudeau was received by the Queen today at Buckingham Palace for the first time since becoming prime minister. The meeting, called an "audience," is top secret affair where the two can speak frankly about current political issues.
Robin Camp, a Federal Court judge under fire for asking a 19-year-old woman, "Why couldn't you just keep your knees together?" during a Calgary sexual assault trial in 2014 will not be hearing any cases "until further notice," according to the court.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department has provided specific suggestions to governments in Europe and elsewhere on how to strengthen counterterrorism laws in order to arrest would-be foreign fighters before they join groups like Islamic State, according to a policy paper reviewed by Reuters.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - President Barack Obama sought to reassure Americans they were safe as millions of travelers set off for the long Thanksgiving weekend on Wednesday and authorities stepped up security at airports in response to the attacks in Paris two weeks ago.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is boosting the size of his campaign staff and increasing state budgets in his challenge against the frontrunner for the party's nomination, Hillary Clinton.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States will review Thailand's eligibility for trade benefits after complaints the country is not properly protecting workers' rights, the U.S. Trade Representative said on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama signed a sweeping defense policy bill into law on Wednesday, legislation that authorizes $607 billion in defense spending but also includes provisions that make it harder to close the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - President Barack Obama sought to reassure Americans they are safe as millions of people traveled on Wednesday for the Thanksgiving holiday, with security heightened at airports, New York City's parade festivities and other venues after the Paris attacks.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (Reuters) - "We're not gonna take it anymore," a crowd of thousands sang as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump entered a South Carolina convention center on Tuesday night as a 1980s heavy metal song by the band Twisted Sister blared from speakers.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. investigation found that the deadly Oct. 3 air strike in Afghanistan that destroyed a hospital run by Medecins Sans Frontieres was a tragic and avoidable accident caused primarily by human error, a top U.S. military commander said on Wednesday.
President Barack Obama, joined by the entire First Family, on Wednesday began the Thanksgiving holiday by serving dinner to the local homeless population and veterans at Friendship Place Homeless Center in Washington.
The New York Police Department is boosting the number of detectives assigned to its Leads unit, which is charged with investigating the flood of suspicious incident reports in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks.
Ahead of the busy Thanksgiving holiday, the U.S. government is "taking every possible step" to keep the country safe, President Barack Obama said Wednesday, seeking to reassure travelers and adding there is no known "specific and credible threat" to the U.S.
Hillary Clinton on Wednesday condemned the shooting death of a black teenager by a white Chicago police officer, saying family members of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald "deserve justice and accountability."
Jeb Bush on Tuesday accused businessman Donald Trump of trying to "create a grievous kind of culture," laying into the Republican presidential front-runner for his remarks about Black Lives Matter protesters and Muslim Americans.
As the Iowa caucuses approach, Ted Cruz is receiving renewed attention and has seen his odds of capturing the GOP's presidential nomination increase in recent weeks on CNN's Political Prediction market.