The platform is based on 30 measures, including plans to increase health funding, replace the Indian Act and create a "green equalization" program to reward the provinces that fight effectively against climate change.
At least 22 people were killed, and rescue crews searched desperately Sunday amid shattered homes and tangled debris for dozens of people still missing after record-breaking rain sent floodwaters surging through Middle Tennessee.
Community reeling and NHL speaks out after a crash early Saturday morning took the lives of 16- and 17-year-old hockey players Ronin Sharma, Parker Magnuson and Caleb Reimer.
Romelu Lukaku's second debut for Chelsea turns into a dream afternoon in an "unplayable" performance against Arsenal which the player himself describes as "dominant".
More than 5,000 people have so far been airlifted out of Afghanistan on British flights, ambassador says.
A Boeing C-17 safely carried 823 Afghans from Kabul last week, a record number for that plane.
Sweden's Anna Nordqvist wins her third major title after holding her nerve to claim the 2021 Women's Open after a thrilling final day at Carnoustie.
Police in Houston were searching Saturday night for two suspects who allegedly shot and killed an off-duty New Orleans police officer and wounded a second person in a brazen restaurant patio shooting.
Severe flooding in Middle Tennessee has resulted in at least 10 deaths and has left about 40 people missing, the local sheriff said Saturday.
Kelly Clarkson is seemingly enjoying single life as she attended a Blake Shelton concert Friday night. The star shared her concert experience on her Instagram
U.S. evacuation efforts continue in Afghanistan despite a security threat and an influx of people arriving at the Kabul airport in an attempt to flee the Taliban.
Jeanine Pirro torched Joe Biden Saturday on “Justice with Judge Jeanine" for “fumbling” the troop withdrawal of Afghanistan, claiming the “so-called commander in chief” was a “fumbling, lying, idiotic fool incapable of extricating innocent Americans and Afghan allies” from behind enemy lines.
On Friday, the U.S. recorded nearly 146,000 new COVID-19 infections, up 37% in the last two weeks. The surge, fueled by the Delta variant, is once again stretching hospitals and other health care resources to their limits. Carter Evans reports.
Teachers at a San Antonio school are campaigning door-to-door, hoping to convince parents to let their children resume in-person classes this fall. Teachers claim that in-person learning is not only better for academic performance, but critical for their school’s funding. Janet Shamlian has more.
The Biden administration is working around the clock to monitor and plan for the evolving crisis in Afghanistan. Christina Ruffini has more on the shifting situation.
Catastrophic flooding in mid-Tennessee has left at least eight dead and dozens missing as rains washed away homes and rural roads.
The former captain of Afghanistan's national soccer team, Khalida Popal, says she feels sad for her people who will experience 'another dark period of Taliban.' She urges the international community to speak up and not let the women of Afghanistan feel abandoned by the world.
Rev. Jesse Jackson, 79, and his wife Jacqueline, 77, have been hospitalized after testing positive for COVID-19, according to a statement Saturday.
The three main federal parties lobbed attacks at each other Saturday, undaunted by the absence of Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau on the seventh day on the federal campaign trail.
The U.S. East Coast braces to take a direct hit from Hurricane Henri as it's set to make landfall in Long Island, N.Y., or New England on Sunday evening. Canada's Maritimes are expected to be spared from the worst of Henri.