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Republicans postpone vote on their health-care bill until after July 4
U.S. Senate leaders postponed debate on their health-care bill, in deepening jeopardy as opposition from rebellious Republicans intensifies. The defections increased after Congress's nonpartisan budget referee said the measure would leave 22 million more people uninsured by 2026 than former president Barack Obama's law.
'It's like WannaCry all over again': New ransomware attack infects computers around the world
A major ransomware attack on Tuesday hit computers at hospitals in the U.S., at Russia's biggest oil company, the country's banks, Ukraine's international airport as well as global shipping firm A.P. Moller-Maersk and global pharmaceutical company Merck.
Updated Pentagon alleges evidence of chemical weapons in Syria, warns against an attack
The Pentagon says the U.S. has seen chemical weapons activity at the Syrian air base that was used for a sarin gas attack in April.
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Analysis Foonie? As loonie turns 30, it's time to think of a name for a $5 coin: Don Pittis
This week, the loonie turns 30. Don Pittis explores why it may be time to start saying a long goodbye to the blue $5 bill.
B.C. Liberals ask for guidance on role of Speaker in ties video
With nothing on the agenda for the B.C. Liberals between now and a non-confidence vote they expect to lose Thursday, House Leader Mike de Jong has made a unique request to the Speaker.
Royal Bank to pay back $22M in investment fees it overcharged
The Royal Bank of Canada will pay almost $22 million in compensation to clients who were charged excess fees on some mutual funds and investments products.
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Analysis How Trudeau lost his way on electoral reform video
Nearly five months after his government decided to abandon any thought it had of pursuing electoral reform, Justin Trudeau was asked on Tuesday whether he felt badly about that.
Canadian sniper's shot 'entirely consistent' with non-combat role, Trudeau says video audio
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says a record-breaking shot by a Canadian special forces sniper is something that should be "celebrated" for demonstrating the training and professionalism of the Canadian Forces - and is well within the realm of the advise and assist role in Iraq.
Trudeau blames Conservative senators for acrimony in Senate
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his push to reform the Senate along independent lines is playing out as planned, blaming recent acrimony on Conservative senators who stood in the way of government legislation in the Red Chamber.
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Arts & Entertainment»

Pepe lives! Cartoonist resurrecting frog hijacked by trolls
Los Angeles-based cartoonist Matt Furie says he intends to resurrect the Pepe the Frog character he killed off last month, in what appeared to be a rebuke to racist, anti-Semitic internet trolls who hijacked his creation, transforming it into a hate symbol.
Barbara Frum inducted into CBC News Hall of Fame video
Barbara Frum, known to Canadians as a co-host and trusted interviewer on As It Happens and The Journal, has been inducted into the CBC News Hall of Fame.
Dragon Tattoo star Michael Nyqvist dies at 56 video
Swedish actor Michael Nyqvist, who starred in the original The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo films and often played villains in Hollywood movies like John Wick has died.
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Facebook hits 2 billion users, doubling in size since 2012
Facebook Inc. said on Tuesday that 2 billion people are regularly using its flagship service, marching past another milestone in its growth from a college curiosity in the United States to the world's largest social media network.
'It's like WannaCry all over again': New ransomware attack infects computers around the world
A major ransomware attack on Tuesday hit computers at hospitals in the U.S., at Russia's biggest oil company, the country's banks, Ukraine's international airport as well as global shipping firm A.P. Moller-Maersk and global pharmaceutical company Merck.
Rare 'bright nights' mystery solved by Canadian scientists
It's a phenomenon that's been noted throughout history: bright nights when you could read even though there was no illumination from the moon, candles or any other form of light. Now, Canadian scientists believe they've unravelled the mystery.
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Royal Bank to pay back $22M in investment fees it overcharged
The Royal Bank of Canada will pay almost $22 million in compensation to clients who were charged excess fees on some mutual funds and investments products.
'It's like WannaCry all over again': New ransomware attack infects computers around the world
A major ransomware attack on Tuesday hit computers at hospitals in the U.S., at Russia's biggest oil company, the country's banks, Ukraine's international airport as well as global shipping firm A.P. Moller-Maersk and global pharmaceutical company Merck.
Facebook hits 2 billion users, doubling in size since 2012
Facebook Inc. said on Tuesday that 2 billion people are regularly using its flagship service, marching past another milestone in its growth from a college curiosity in the United States to the world's largest social media network.
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Consumer Life »

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'Go out there and beat him': Andre De Grasse's plan to end talk about Usain Bolt
Andre De Grasse is asked about Jamaican legend Usain Bolt at almost every opportunity, but the 22-year-old sprinter is relishing the chase.
Preview NHL free agency: Big names, bargains and busts
When the NHL's annual unrestricted free agent derby begins on July 1, who are the marquee players that are more likely to move? Who should teams go after? Who should they avoid? Here's a breakdown of this year's class.
Canada 150 Sport: A jewel of Canadian culture video
As we look back on 150 years of being Canadian, it's clear that sport is central to the narrative and remains one of the driving forces of our country's evolving identity, writes Scott Russell.
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