Macron to Turnbull: ‘Thank you and your delicious wife’

Mr Macron’s usually excellent English failed him for a moment on camera.

Trump calls leak of Mueller’s Russia questions ‘disgraceful’

US president says it is ‘disgraceful’ that a list of questions that the special counsel investigating Russian election interference wants to ask him was ‘leaked’ to US media.

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Standard Chartered is still under US supervision after Iran scandal, finance chief says

The British bank was accused of hiding $250 billion worth of transactions with Tehran for nearly 10 years.

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Standard Chartered is still under US supervision after Iran scandal, finance chief says

The British bank was accused of hiding $250 billion worth of transactions with Tehran for nearly 10 years.

SEOUL, South Korea  | China’s foreign minister arrives in North Korean capital

SEOUL, South Korea — China’s foreign minister has arrived in North Korea’s capital where he could meet with leader Kim Jong Un while trying to ensure a larger role for Beijing in the new round of nuclear diplomacy with Pyongyang that had been driven by Seoul and Washington. Wang Yi’s…

China’s foreign minister heads to North Korea for talks

A possible visit by China’s Xi to Pyongyang and the recent Koreas summit to dominate discussion of Wang’s two-day visit.

LeoVegas failed problem gamblers, says betting watchdog

Online firm LeoVegas is to pay £627,000 after not reimbursing gamblers who wanted to stop.

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane set Champions League scoring record

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane became the most prolific front three in Champions League history on Wednesday when

LeBron: Give credit to ‘unbelievable’ teammates

Despite netting a triple-double Tuesday, LeBron James criticized his own perfomance and gave credit to his fellow Cavaliers in their Game 1 win over the Raptors.

The struggles of Myanmar’s peace process

With all sides guilty of abuses, it’s civilians who are the main victims and as the conflicts drag on, they and their communities continue to fall further behind.

China’s foreign minister arrives in North Korean capital

China’s foreign minister has arrived in North Korea’s capital where he could meet with leader Kim Jong Un while trying to ensure a larger role for Beijing in the new round of nuclear diplomacy with Pyongyang that had been driven by Seoul and Washington.

China’s foreign minister arrives in North Korean capital

China’s foreign minister has arrived in North Korea’s capital where he could meet with leader Kim Jong Un while trying to ensure a larger role for Beijing in the new round of nuclear diplomacy with Pyongyang that had been driven by Seoul and Washington.

China’s foreign minister in N. Korea seeks role for Beijing

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – China’s foreign minister arrived in North Korea’s capital on Wednesday and could meet with leader Kim Jong Un while trying to ensure a larger role for Beijing in the new round of nuclear diplomacy with Pyongyang that had been driven by Seoul and Washington. Wang…

Furor over Mueller questions: Why the leak came from Trump World

The White House has been rocked by many self-destructive leaks—any “idiot” can see that—but the spilling of the Robert Mueller questions is in a whole different category.

Franken, Dems raise alarm about cyber-meddling in midterms

Democrats are raising alarm bells about cybersecurity ahead of this year’s midterm elections, fearing foreign interference and saying the Russians will “be back.”

Bill Cosby’s conviction should give hope to women struggling with the decision to come forward

It took over 60 women and dozens of news stories over the course of several decades for public opinion to turn on Cosby. And in the end, he was found guilty of crimes against just one woman. But there are signs justice will be a little more swift from now…

Bill Cosby’s conviction should give hope to women struggling with the decision to come forward

It took over 60 women and dozens of news stories over the course of several decades for public opinion to turn on Cosby. And in the end, he was found guilty of crimes against just one woman. But there are signs justice will be a little more swift from now…

IBM awarded a further $36.5M to ‘stabilize’ failed government pay system

The federal government continues to give new responsibilities and tens of millions of dollars to IBM Canada to prop up a pay system the government has said it plans to scrap and replace. In the past four months alone, IBM has secured $36.5 million in new contract extensions to work…

Why spinal injuries like Broncos bus crash survivor Straschnitzki’s are so challenging

Ryan Straschnitzki suffered a severe spinal injury in the crash of the Humboldt Broncos team bus. His doctors talk about what happened to the teen hockey star in the crash, and the issues this kind of injury poses as he heals.

Toronto socialites behind high-end fashion business admit leaving a trail of unpaid debts

A Toronto fashion designer who has dressed international classical music and opera stars owes tens of thousands of dollars to former friends, business partners and employees, a CBC Toronto investigation has found.

Trudeau government should help those hit by Trump tax: MPs

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government should be doing more to help thousands of Canadian residents being hit hard by U.S. President Donald Trump’s tax reform, say opposition critics.

The phoney war over carbon pricing might finally be coming to an end

For all the talk over the last several years – variously passionate and apocalyptic – about implementing a price on carbon emissions, the national debate remains a phoney war. That might soon change. In the meantime, there will continue to be minor skirmishes of varying consequence.

Big telco’s lower-cost, data-only plans are ’embarrassing,’ critics say

Critics say proposed lower-cost, data-only wireless deals from Bell, Rogers and Telus are no deal at all. The offerings include half a gigabyte of data for $30 a month.

Research project aims to launch oilpatch professionals on fresh career paths

The challenge of finding new careers for professionals who lost oilpatch jobs has inspired a Calgary effort that throws a curve ball at traditional job hunting efforts.

What is ‘a moderate livelihood?’ It’s time to figure that out, say First Nations fishermen

The AFN’s Special Chiefs Assembly on Federal Legislation will discuss proposed changes to the Fisheries Act on Wednesday. Some Atlantic region First Nations communities wonder if the proposed changes will help to answer the long unresolved question of what it means to fish for “a moderate livelihood?”

Al Franken returns to spotlight with cybersecurity speech

Al Franken edged back into the spotlight Tuesday, speaking at a cybersecurity conference in Lisbon, Portugal, four months after resigning from the U.S. Senate amid sexual misconduct allegations. The Minnesota … Click to Continue »

Start-up imagines a world where electric vehicles are recharged wirelessly

Imagine a world in which a vehicle is refueled with the ease of E-ZPass: hands free, no credit card swiping, a completely background transaction. Andy Daga envisions such a world. … Click to Continue »

Self-driving cars’ shortcomings revealed in DMV reports

A demand from the California DMV of eight companies testing self-driving cars has highlighted a number of areas where the technology falls short of being safe to operate with no … Click to Continue »

From the Archives: Greek freighter Dominator runs agound off Palos Verdes

For two days following the grounding of the Greek freighter Dominator, the U.S. Coast Guard and tug boats tried to refloat the vessel. But heavy surf and high winds pushed it higher onto the submerged rocks. On March 16, 1961, the crew had to be rescued from the vessel. The…

Xerox boss and executives ousted in Fujifilm merger row

Xerox clears out its board in a deal to settle a legal battle over an agreed takeover by Fujifilm.