Wednesday: U.S. Shutdown - Federal Worker, Jim Prentice, Knit House and more
Wednesday, October 2, 2013 |
As the American government winds up the second day of the shutdown, a federal worker shares her concerns for the future, now that she's without a job and without pay.
Former federal cabinet minister turned big-bank big-wig Jim Prentice says new regulations governing foreign takeovers of Canadian companies are scaring off investors.
A Canadian soldier disabled in Afghanistan reflects on the Veterans' Charter -- and his feeling that he's been abandoned by the Harper government.
She's won four medals and set a world record -- but now, Paralympic champion swimmer Victoria Arlen has been told she can't compete, because she may not be disabled enough.
For her entry into a local art festival, a Michigan woman knits an entire dwelling out of wool, that's not only as sturdy as a thick knit-house, it is one.
A new study suggests that musicians seeking inspiration should put down their instruments, close their books, and start whistling, tapping, or humming their way through a tune.