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The in-laws’ lake house outshines the parents’ small prairie towns. Is there a way to be fair?
Officials in the Washington region say that great strides have been made in combating vaccine hesitancy but that problems with access remain.
Violence unleashed by the security forces prompts residents to head for ancestral villages — where they face bleak economic prospects.
Federal officials from the FDA and CDC have called for a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine, following serious blood clotting disorders that developed in six…
Windsor Police Chief Says Backlash From Viral Video of Pepper-Spray Incident Caused Him to Fire Officerwww.washingtonpost.com -
The chief of the small Virginia department defended the initial stop of a Black Army officer but condemned the actions of the policeman who escalated the violent encounter.
The confrontation from earlier this week near Columbia, S.C., sparked a public outcry, and protesters gathered Wednesday on the sidewalk outside the soldier’s home.
The Biden administration is preparing to announce new sanctions in response to a massive Russian hacking campaign that breached vital federal agencies, as well as for election interference
The country is battling an outbreak, including the spread of more-infectious variants, and has a low vaccination rate.
The Biden administration is facing renewed pressure to facilitate equitable vaccine distribution around the world.
One of the legacies of the Afghanistan war ought to be “greater humility about what the best military on the planet can achieve and more thoughtfulness about how we deploy it.”
Protesters clashed with police for a fourth night in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center after Kim Potter, the former police officer who killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright, was arrested…
GlaxoSmithKline PLC said late Wednesday that it has stopped enrolling patients in a trial studying a combination drug therapy using feladilimab in cancer…
German consumer prices rose in March, confirming preliminary data, the German statistics office Destatis said Thursday. On a year-on-year basis, consumer…
Travis Perkins PLC said Thursday that like-for-like sales rose in the first quarter on the back of pent-up demand and higher levels of housing transactions…
A House panel approved legislation that would create a commission to study the possibility of offering reparations to the descendants of enslaved people in the U.S.
The Biden administration will impose a range of retaliatory measures against Russia, which are expected include the expulsion of 10 officials and expanded prohibitions on U.S. banks trading…
Calgary (19-21-3) now trails Montreal (18-13-9) by four points with the two clubs clashing again Friday at Bell Centre
Veteran says not much has changed in 20 years in the way that VAC deals with those suffering from psychological injuries
Hundreds take to the streets of Vancouver to mark five years since British Columbia declared a public-health emergency from increasing overdose deaths
The ongoing inquest into the pandemic’s impact on Quebec’s care homes heard testimony from the nurse who attended to Jacques Levesque, who died amid staff shortages at Manoir Liverpool
Education Minister cites chronic substitute-teacher shortages, significant numbers of students and staff in quarantine or isolation, and high COVID-19 cases in the community
Letters to the Editor: April 12: ‘We Should Have Restricted Air Travel.’ Readers Debate Canadian Border Restrictions, Plus Other Letters to the Editorwww.theglobeandmail.com -
In today’s letters to the editor: Prince Philip; the Canada-U.S. border; GPHIN; Robert Mundell and taxation; electricity generation; political values; Amazon; no cellphones
Sanctions, presumably intended to send a clear retributive message to Russia and to deter similar acts in the future
Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, says the security forces have killed 715 protesters since the ousting of Suu Kyi’s government
Many Cubans are anxious over the change after having their daily affairs guided for more than six decades by a Castro
Taiwan President also tells delegation Taiwan looks forward to resuming trade talks with the United States as soon as possible
WHERE once there was four, now there is one. The Scottish Cup represents the last hope that Celtic have of salvaging something from a campaign that…
RANGERS are more than capable of going on and doing the league and cup double this season and they will want to prove that they are the dominant…
Aidan Smith: Rangers and Slavia Prague Suspensions Have Highlighted Uefa’s Depressing Stance on Racismwww.thenational.scot -
YESTERDAY was another depressing day for football and the sport’s fight against racism.
The white suburban police officer who fatally shot a young Black motorist during a traffic stop in Minnesota, igniting several nights of civil unrest, was charged with manslaughter on…
Myanmar security forces opened fire on Thursday on a pro-democracy protest by medical workers in the city of Mandalay, causing some casualties, media said.