There is an amazing twist of high irony in this: the most dominating, ubiquitous political presence at a Republican National Convention was the Democratic presidential nominee. Hillary Clinton was everywhere. And nowhere. Now she prepares for her own convention, which Democrats hope will be a stark contrast from the Republicans' chaos in Cleveland. more »
Gone are the good old days when an airline ticket included added perks like a checked bag. Now those perks will cost you. So CBC News did the research to help you avoid added airlines fees this summer. more »
Thousands of fans cheered, danced and cried as The Tragically Hip gave an energetic performance in Victoria — the first show of a cross-country tour that follows the revelation frontman Gord Downie, 52, has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. more »
Ukraine has been described as the most corrupt country in Europe. Much of the reason has to do with the seemingly unopposed fashion in which Ukraine's well-connected oligarchs have looted the country. more »
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