- Government partners with Rainbow Railroad agency to seek out LGBTQ refugees
Canada has partnered with a non-profit to seek out LGBTQ people fleeing violence all over the world and refer them to Canada as government-assisted refugees.
- Northeastern B.C. community of 2,400 ordered to evacuate due to wildfire
Tumbler Ridge, a community with a population of 2,400 in northeastern B.C., has been ordered to evacuate Thursday due to the danger posed by an encroaching wildfire.
- Sask. man who endured school abuse says compensation denied over technicality
A man who suffered years of abuse at a day school on Poundmaker Cree Nation says he had his compensation claim rejected on a technicality.
- Why is the federal government looking to create a national emergency agency?
The federal government is looking at creating some kind of national disaster response agency in the face of an unusually intense and destructive start to the wildfire season across the country.
- Bus taking B.C. kids on field trip bursts into flames
No one was harmed when a bus transporting elementary school children to a field trip in B.C. caught fire Thursday, with the flames fully engulfing the coach, spreading to an outbuilding and prompting wildfire concerns.
- Premier remains mum on funding to search Manitoba landfill for remains of 2 women
The decision to search a Winnipeg-area landfill for the remains of two First Nations women and who will fund it remains up in the air a month after a feasibility study was completed.
- Regina mayor says homeless camp was reaching 'critical point' before teardown
Regina's mayor says the city's fire department had growing concerns about the health, safety and well-being of those living in a homeless camp that was dismantled on Wednesday morning.
- Trump indicted: What to know about the documents case and what's next
Donald Trump's indictment on charges of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate has brought renewed attention to one of the most notable cases in U.S. Justice Department history.
- Trump charged over classified documents in 1st federal indictment of an ex-president
Donald Trump said Thursday that he has been indicted on charges of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate, igniting a federal prosecution that is arguably the most perilous of multiple legal threats against the former U.S. president as he seeks to reclaim the White House.
- 5 dead, dozens believed missing after 3 shipwrecks of migrant boats off Tunisian coast
At least five Africans are dead and dozens believed missing after three boats attempting to carry migrants across the Mediterranean Sea sank in recent days off the coast of the Tunisian city of Sfax, the Tunisian coast guard said Thursday.
- Alabama prisoner who escaped with jailer's help gets life sentence
An Alabama prisoner received a life sentence on Thursday for escaping with the help of a jail official who ultimately took her own life as police closed in following a manhunt across three states.
- Elevated walkway collapses in Texas beach city, injuring dozens
Nearly two dozen teenagers from a summer camp were injured when an elevated walkway collapsed Thursday in a beachside city in Texas, with five flown to the hospital by helicopter.
- Colorado's most destructive wildfire caused by embers from old fire, sparks from power line
Embers from a smouldering scrap wood fire set days earlier outside a home used by a Christian religious communal group along with a sparking power line caused a 2021 Colorado wildfire fanned by high winds that destroyed nearly 1,100 homes and left two people dead, authorities said Thursday.
- Ex-owner of Vegas apartment where 6 died in fire pleads not guilty to manslaughter, negligence
A former apartment building owner pleaded not guilty Thursday to 27 felony involuntary manslaughter and negligence charges stemming from a fire that killed six people and injured 13 in December 2019 and became the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas history.
- Main suspect in 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway departs Peru on extradition flight to U.S.
Joran van der Sloot, the chief suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway, arrived in the United States from Peru on Thursday to face charges that he attempted to extort money from the missing woman's mother.
- Replacement plane for Air India flight lands in San Francisco after being diverted to Russia
A replacement plane for an Air India flight diverted to Russia because of an engine problem landed in San Francisco on Thursday, carrying all passengers and crew, the airline said.
- UNICEF says 300 trapped children rescued from a Sudanese orphanage after 71 others died
About 300 infants, toddlers and older children have been rescued from an orphanage in Sudan's capital after being trapped there while fighting raged outside, aid officials said Thursday. The evacuation came after 71 children died from hunger and illness in the facility since mid-April.
- FBI Arrests Texas Businessman Linked To Impeachment Of AG Ken Paxton
FBI agents have arrested a Texas businessman at the center of the scandal that led to the historic impeachment of state Attorney General Ken Paxton.
- White House Announces New LGBTQ Protections Amid GOP Attacks
The Biden administration will appoint a new coordinator to address the surge in school book bans, as part of a multi-agency effort to support the LGBTQ community.
- GOP Rushes To Trump’s Defense After He Is Indicted For A Second Time
Many Republicans were quick to defend former President Trump after he was indicted by the Department of Justice over his handling of classified materials.
- Dutiful DeSantis Goes To Bat For Trump
Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis spoke out against his top contender’s indictment in a tweet.
- LATEST UPDATES: Trump Facing Espionage Act Charge!
Trump is reportedly being charged with seven counts, making him the first former president to face federal charges.
- Donald Trump Says He Has Been Indicted In Classified Documents Case
- Kim Kardashian Says She’s A ‘Lights Off’ Girl In The Bedroom
"I'm like, 'Wait, don't look at me!'" the reality star admitted.
- ‘I AM AN INNOCENT MAN!’ Trump Erupts Over Indictment News
“I AM AN INNOCENT MAN!” the former president wrote on Truth Social.
- Off-Duty Officer Testifies Against Former Parkland Deputy Who Avoided School Shooting
“My training is that you run toward the sound of gunshots,” Coral Springs Sgt. Jeffrey Heinrich told the court. “It was just instinct.”
- New Documentary Examines Rock Hudson’s Hollywood Legacy ― And His Queer Truth
HBO's “Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed” presents the late actor as a cultural catalyst who enjoyed a "randy gay sex life" behind the scenes.
- Special rapporteur David Johnston cuts ties with crisis management firm Navigator
Canada's special rapporteur on foreign interference has ended ties with crisis communications firm Navigator, his office confirmed on Thursday.
- Trudeau Foundation board chair says donation from Chinese company has been returned
The chair of the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation's board says the organization has returned a $140,000 donation to Millennium Golden Eagle International.
- 'Unmitigated gall': Senator rejects minister's call to pass Liberal guns bill quickly
A battle appears to be brewing between senators and Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino, as he tries to see the Liberals' controversial gun legislation passed swiftly into law.
- Freeland's budget bill passes House after Poilievre pledges to block it
The federal budget implementation bill passed the House of Commons on Thursday, after days of Conservative attempts to block it.
- Ex-national security adviser to PM unsurprised Chong memo didn't reach politicians
A former top adviser to the prime minister says a memo warning about Beijing's alleged targeting of Conservative MP Michael Chong was produced after he retired, but he was aware of issues in the way intelligence is handled.
- Trudeau says kids denied a Pride flag at their schools have one on Parliament Hill
Children who do not see a Pride flag at their schools should know one is flying for them on Parliament Hill, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday, as he condemned the sharp rise in laws curtailing the rights of transgender people across the United States.
- Government policy tells CRTC to exclude social media users from online streaming bill
Canadians who make content online are to be excluded from future regulations that the Liberal government is imposing on digital giants, a new draft policy shows.
- Liberals unveil plan to make hybrid House of Commons sittings permanent
Government House Leader Mark Holland has unveiled the federal Liberals' plans to make hybrid sittings a permanent feature in the House of Commons.
- Supporters focus on freeing Canadian held in China amid geopolitical 'ups and downs'
A leader of the fight to secure freedom for a Canadian human-rights activist detained in China for 17 years is taking the latest diplomatic deep-freeze between Ottawa and Beijing in stride.
- Canadians more likely to support foreign interference inquiry than hearings: Nanos
Canadians are twice as likely to support a formal inquiry into foreign interference, as opposed to public hearings, according to new polling from Nanos Research for CTV News.