"Our goal was never to upset anyone." Facebook caused a stir over the weekend with the revelation that it had been altering the content of some users' News Feeds in an attempt to study the psychology what
Animal reef-building evolved millions of years earlier than previously thought, researchers report today in Science1. Scientists have discovered fossils indicating that animal, or metazoan, reefs date
With the benefit of hindsight, Djamshid Popal – the fragile Afghan child whose life-saving heart procedure in 2004 made headlines across Canada – wishes he had never left the strange country that saved
Police in northern Saskatchewan say they have arrested a man in a case where a homeless woman was so badly burned that she had to have both legs amputated. The woman remains in hospital as a result of
A group of academics and activists is trying to drum up interest in an ambitious plan to provide every Canadian with a guaranteed minimum level of income — whether or not they have a job. Rob Rainer, campaign
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga (C) prepares to leave a news conference as reporters rush to leave from the conference room at Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's official residence in Tokyo May
BEIJING (Reuters) - China charged four people in connection with a deadly attack at a railway station in the southwestern city of Kunming in March, state media said on Monday, a case that helped spur crackdown
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia protested to Ukraine on Monday and accused it of undermining a shaky ceasefire with pro-Moscow separatists after a Russian television cameraman was shot dead in eastern Ukraine.