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  • Video Future of marijuana in U.S. a hazy situation

    Future of marijuana in U.S. a hazy situation 6:24

    The future of legal marijuana in the U.S. has become a hazy situation ever since Donald Trump took office. CBC News followed a four-hour “beer and bud” tour on a “cannabus” in San Diego, to explore the different aspects of cannabis legalization in California and Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ new threat to crack down on the cannabis industry More Feb 16, 10:27 PM ET video

  • Lunar New Year means big business for fortune tellers

    Friday February 16, 2018

    Video Lunar New Year means big business for fortune tellers

    It's Lunar New Year in South Korea and that means big business for fortune tellers. Business is so good that the number of Korean shamans is growing rapidly — and with the Olympics coinciding with Lunar New Year this month, those fortune tellers foresee big returns

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  • FBI admits inaction on potentially life-saving tip

    Friday February 16, 2018

    Video FBI admits inaction on potentially life-saving tip

    The FBI has admitted it failed to act on a potentially life-saving tip that could have prevented the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Fla. Last month, a person close to the suspect called an FBI tip line to report his disturbing social media posts, his desire to kill people, his gun ownership and even his potential for carrying out a school shooting. However nobody followed up — now there are calls for the FBI's director to resign

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  • Patrick Brown's leadership bid slammed by fellow candidates

    Friday February 16, 2018

    Video Patrick Brown's leadership bid slammed by fellow candidates

    Patrick Brown, the former leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, has registered to run in its leadership race — a move that has been slammed by fellow candidates. Brown's bid comes just three weeks after allegations of sexual misconduct led to his resignation

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  • Support for Hedley disappearing fast

    Friday February 16, 2018

    Video Support for Hedley disappearing fast

    Support for the band Hedley is disappearing fast amid social media allegations of sexual misconduct. The pop-rock band was dropped by its management company, had one of the opening acts on its cross-country tour pull out, and numerous broadcasters have dropped Hedley from radio and streaming services

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  • Mueller investigation indicts 13 Russian nationals

    Friday February 16, 2018

    Video Mueller investigation indicts 13 Russian nationals

    Robert Mueller's investigation into interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election has indicted 13 Russian nationals. The 37-page document goes into detail about how the people were charged intended to "sow discord in the U.S. political system

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    The National Today 'Let's do what needs to be done': Florida school shooting puts more pressure on gun lobby

    by Jonathon Gatehouse

    A deeper dive into the day's most notable stories with The National newsletter's Jonathon Gatehouse.

    Posted: Feb 16, 2018 2:08 PM ET video
  • School shooting vigil fuelled by anger and grief

    Thursday February 15, 2018

    Video School shooting vigil fuelled by anger and grief

    A vigil for the victims of yesterday's school shooting in Parkland, Fla., brought together a community overcome by anger and grief. Seventeen people were killed after a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The attack has again reignited the debate about gun control in the U.S.

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  • Gerald Stanley's acquittal and Indigenous rights | At Issue

    Thursday February 15, 2018

    Video Gerald Stanley's acquittal and Indigenous rights | At Issue

    Gerald Stanley's acquittal in the shooting death of Colten Boushie put the spotlight on Indigenous concerns — and came the same week Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a new framework to give Indigenous peoples more rights. The At Issue panel discusses the issues Indigenous people raised following Stanley's trial and the significance of Trudeau's announcement

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  • Travel to events in South Korea requires Olympian effort

    Thursday February 15, 2018

    Video Travel to events in South Korea requires Olympian effort

    Travelling to events at the Winter Games in South Korea requires an Olympian effort, thanks in part to the Games coinciding with Lunar New Year. The holiday means there's a travel rush underway and it's clogging up South Korea's modes of travel. That's not the only impact the holiday is having: Organizers say ticket sales for Olympic events are also lower than expected

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  • Ontario PC leadership debate takes place amid Patrick Brown controversy

    Thursday February 15, 2018

    Video Ontario PC leadership debate takes place amid Patrick Brown controversy

    Ontario's first Progressive Conservative leadership debate took place on the same day former leader Patrick Brown announced that he actually didn't resign. Experts say the introduction of another candidate late into the leadership race and the shadow of allegations against Brown won't necessarily be a distraction as the party moves towards electing a new leader

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  • Jacob Zuma's replacement, Cyril Ramaphosa, must earn South Africa's trust

    Thursday February 15, 2018

    Video Jacob Zuma's replacement, Cyril Ramaphosa, must earn South Africa's trust

    Former president Jacob Zuma's replacement, Cyril Ramaphosa, must earn South Africa's trust as he takes over amid unrest in his country. Ramaphosa holds a strong resumé, but for young South Africans, his actions will go a long way in showing them if there will be change following years of unhappiness under Zuma's rule

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  • Canada's luge Olympians make history

    Thursday February 15, 2018

    Video Canada's luge Olympians make history

    Canada's luge Olympics have made history in Pyeongchang, earning the country's first medals in the sport. It's an achievement four years in the making — Canada finished fourth in the luge relay back at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, was bumped up to third after two of Russia's relay team members were punished for doping, but pushed back down to fourth after that punishment was recently overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport

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    The National Today Canada wins a gold, but can't catch Netherlands in speed-skating podium race

    by Jonathon Gatehouse

    A deeper dive into the day's most notable stories with The National newsletter's Jonathon Gatehouse.

    Posted: Feb 15, 2018 1:45 PM ET video
  • HQ Trivia Screen Caps

    Profile HQ Trivia game has not-so-trivial Canadian connections

    by Steven D'Souza

    HQ Trivia, the internet sensation out of New York City that attracts nearly a million players a game, has a host with a special affinity for Canada and a tie to an Ottawa trivia mastermind.

    Posted: Feb 15, 2018 4:00 AM ET
    Last Updated: Feb 15, 2018 1:45 PM ET
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  • Guns a necessity, say rural farmers

    Wednesday February 14, 2018

    Video Guns a necessity, say rural farmers

    Guns are a necessity in remote areas of Saskatchewan, according to rural farmers. Many of them are equipped with guns because they say police assistance rarely comes quickly — they feel they need to be prepared if they encounter intruders. A group of the farmers have drawn criticism after they showed support for Gerald Stanley, the man acquitted in the shooting death of Colten Boushie. They argue it's not a case of racism and are doing what they can to protect their land

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