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Stranger than fiction: Where do House of Cards, Veep and other White House shows go in the Trump era? video
House of Cards lures audiences with its dark portrait of unscrupulous schemers, while Veep's fanbase is devoted to the outrageous White House satire. But what happens Washington's reality becomes as dramatic as fiction?
Prince William talks of sadness that family can't meet Diana
Prince William says he is sad his wife and two young children can't meet his late mother, Princess Diana.
As It Happens Canadian rocker headlines concert Saturday night, runs half-marathon the next morning
Luke Doucet had a very productive weekend.
National Film Board of Canada to publish books
The National Film Board of Canada will be adapting celebrated NFB animated and documentary films and media projects into books.
Discrimination suits proceed against Fox, minus Roger Ailes
The sudden death of Fox News founder Roger Ailes won't slow the march of litigation swirling around the network, legal observers and lawyers involved in the suits said.
Sudbury writer Nina Nesseth decodes science behind Orphan Black audio
You've heard of Fight Club. But do you know about Clone Club?
Standing Rock film festival centres on pipeline protest
A film festival on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation aims to bolster the anti-pipeline movement that blossomed there last year while also fostering connections between the Native American community and the film industry.
Father of 3 young Ariana Grande fans posts open letter after Manchester bombing
A father of three Ariana Grande fans is telling the 23-year-old singer to keep making music following the Manchester bombing that happened after her concert last week.
Swedish film The Square wins Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Fest
The Square, a Swedish movie about the curator of a museum filled with grotesquely pretentious conceptual art was awarded the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday.
Gregg Allman's death prompts tributes from Cher, Keith Urban, Guns N' Roses' Slash
Cher, Keith Urban and Slash from Guns N' Roses are among the many musicians and entertainers paying tribute to Gregg Allman following news of the Tennessee-born rocker's death at age 69.