Thousands of Los Angeles residents were without power, countless commuters were jammed on freeways and at least 10 people were rescued from Southern California rivers Tuesday during a heavy rainstorm.
The Globe's roundup of research from business schools. From Movember mustaches to Facebook groups to proud displays of colourful ribbons and wristbands, more and more charities are turning to social media
Nelson Mandela's passing is especially poignant for Canada. It is hard to think of another world leader shown the respect and affection he enjoyed here after his release from prison. During two of his
SANAA (Reuters) - Yemen’s Defense Ministry said on Friday it had regained full control of its Sanaa military compound a day after a militant attack that killed 52 people, and an al Qaeda-affiliated group
More than 2 million passwords for sites including Facebook, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google have been stolen and posted online, BBC reports. Security firm Trustwave has discovered the trove of login
It's the unspoken tech epidemic of our times. Those invisible creatures that live in your pocket, bag or backpack and work overtime to ensure that your headphones are constantly tangled and knotted. Some
Three of Canada's big banks reported earnings Thursday. Here's a summary of how they stand. TD profit climbs but falls short of forecasts Toronto-Dominion Bank's fourth quarter earnings climbed higher,
The Essay is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. I used to start my days with an egg white (17 calories) every morning. Then, until
The decision by Ontario's Liberals to cancel a gas plant in Oakville before the 2011 election will add little more than the price of a cup of coffee to the average household electricity bill, Energy Minister
NAHA, Japan (Reuters) - Storage tanks at the Fukushima nuclear plant like one that spilled almost 80,000 gallons of radioactive water this year were built in part by workers illegally hired in one of poorest
One of Canada's wealthiest families is giving $15-million to help Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital build the emergency room of the future – one that could serve as a model for institutions around the world.
Elaine Brown is not looking forward to the holiday shopping season. She's no Scrooge. It's just that as the malls fill up, drivers are more likely to park in the spots she and her wheelchair-bound eight-year-old
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Gunmen shot dead an American teacher working in the Libyan city of Benghazi on Thursday more than a year after Islamist militants stormed the U.S. consulate there, killing the U.S.
TRIPOLI, Lebanon (Reuters) - A Lebanese soldier was killed on Thursday evening during clashes with Sunni Muslim fighters in the coastal city of Tripoli after the army tried to storm a Sunni area, a security
Anyone who has watched a lonely friend shack up with a useless buffoon can relate to this new finding: People really do settle for less in a relationship when they fear being single. "Well, duh!" you Just
Transport Canada did not consider whether crude oil in mass amounts could be highly explosive when it decided not to place any new safety standards on trains like the one that exploded this summer in Que.
The Rob Ford saga has received more intensive media coverage in the United States than any other Canadian news story since the turn of the century, newly released media-monitoring figures suggest. If Toronto
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations and the global chemical weapons watchdog are awaiting approval from a country to use its port to load Syria’s most deadly chemicals onto a U.S. ship for destruction