Ola Benjamin Franks

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Flip Down Memory Lane: The Year in Review

In 2014, we saw countries unite to fight mass disease and terror. Ebola ravaged African countries and spread to the United States. ISIS attacked …

Clinton compares Putin's Ukraine moves to Hitler, later recalibrates

<b>(CNN)</b> - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sought on Wednesday to explain her remarks comparing Vladimir Putin's military intervention in Ukraine to Adolf Hitler's European aggression ahead of World War II.<p>The former secretary of state told an audience in Los Angeles that her comments on …

Israel intercepts ship with weapons headed to Gaza

The Israel Defense Forces said Wednesday it intercepted an Iranian shipment of "advanced" weapons bound for "terrorist organizations" operating in Gaza.<p>The Israeli navy stopped a Panamanian-flagged civilian cargo ship and boarded the vessel, the IDF said.<p>The weapons found were identified as …

This Is What Harper's Action Plan Ads Really Mean. And It's Not Good (VIDEO)

Rick Mercer really is a national treasure.<p>And, in case you think this is off base, you may want to know that when asked why his government spent $100 …

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Thousands of driver's licences with fake names are circulating in Ontario, with many being used in a new type of fraud that’s plaguing the financial industry, growing exponentially and costing Canadians up to a billion dollars a year, experts say. These licences are an integral part of what’s known as synthetic identity fraud — a scheme that procures new and genuine credit and identification cards using false names. Read more on CBCNews.ca: http://cbc.sh/4GDcqLj

U.S. government, Sprint to fight in court over wiretap expenses

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sprint Corp and the U.S. government said on Monday they will face off in court over how much money law enforcement agencies owe the wireless provider for help the company was required to give investigators who wanted to tap phone calls.<p>People walk past a Sprint store in New …