Canadians should be "very concerned" about their cell phones, computers and other electronic devices being searched by U.S. border agents, the federal privacy czar says. Privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien
Private military contractors have spotted an opportunity as America’s longest war grinds on. Here’s a crazy idea floating around Washington these days, outlandish even by today’s outlandish standards:
Canada's sesquicentennial is a chance to reflect on the country's lost and suppressed stories – as Denise Balkissoon writes, those include the Black Loyalists of 1783, and the bulldozed Halifax neighbourhood
Trump didn't start the fight over Canadian softwood lumber For 35 years, the US and Canada have been locked in an endless fight about imported lumber — a cycle of tariffs and truces that has repeated under
Many modern apologists for British colonial rule in India no longer contest the basic facts of imperial exploitation and plunder, rapacity and loot, which are too deeply documented to be challengeable.
Since taking over the iconic chain in 2014, its new Brazilian owner, 3G Capital, has purged head office, slashed costs and squeezed suppliers. Shareholders are happy, but is 3G tearing the heart out of
Scientists who spent years listening to the communication calls of one of our closest ape relatives say their eavesdropping has shed light on the origin of human language. Dr Adriano Reis e Lameira from
Nearly 600 people died in police custody in India between 2010 and 2015, says the US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) in a new report. The rights group said no policeman was convicted for a prisoner's death
The best way to combat the likes of Trump, Le Pen and Farage and the politics they represent is to rescue power from the grip of transnational corporations A wave of revulsion rolls around the world. ratings
By Matea Gold Matea Gold An editor on the national desk leading coverage of political enterprise stories and investigations Email Bio Follow Mitt Romney had just lost the 2012 presidential election, and
Track and Field All-time Canadian Athletics medals Canada has won 54 medals in athletic events. Select a medal for more details. Canada got more hardware at the track at the men’s 4x100-metre relay, winning
By Amy Brittain and Amy Brittain Investigative reporter Email Bio Follow Sari Horwitz Sari Horwitz Reporter covering the Justice Department and criminal justice issues for The Washington Post's national
Homo floresiensis 'were not Homo sapiens' according to researchers Diminutive humans that died out on an Indonesian island some 15,000 years ago were not Homo sapiens but a different species, according
Scientists have used groundbreaking technology to figure out how the Earth looked a billion years ago
By the time Dietmar Mueller arrived at the University of Texas as a graduate student in the mid-1980s, scientists had already long embraced a once-astonishing idea: that the continents on which all human
Globe and Mail reporters Kelly Grant and Elizabeth Church have spent the past three months researching the often confusing and little-understood home-care system in Ontario. Their work was prompted by
It was billed as a moment of triumph for modern Canadian science and a keystone of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Arctic sovereignty legacy. But less than one year after the discovery of the HMS Erebus
Justin Trudeau's pledge to "repeal" the parts of the government's new anti-terrorism legislation doesn't mean unravelling all those new police and spy powers – he says he'd repeal, but he's proposed tinkering.
An article about the rise of Isil on the website of Tony Blair's Faith Foundation makes little mention of Britain's role in the Iraq War Tony Blair has been accused of trying to "erase" his role from after
New research suggests that the act of remembering causes forgetting of similar but irrelevant memories. Homer Simpson wasn’t a neuroscientist, but he evidently had some insight into how the brain works.