Sacha Baron Cohen and Showtime push back against Sarah Palin

Showtime and Sacha Baron Cohen are pushing back against allegations the comedian duped guests on his new show, Who is America, by posing as a disabled veteran.

Republican leaders hold news conference following Trump-Putin meeting LIVE

U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republican leaders speak to the media following Donald Trump's controversial meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday

The unsolved murder of Jackie Crazybull

Jackie Crazybull was stabbed by a group of men in an attack that seemed to be random. Four other people were stabbed by the same group that same night. They recovered from their injuries. Jackie did not. Watch now.

Two men charged with first-degree murder in Brampton shooting death

Two suspects are charged with first-degree murder and two others remain at large after a man in his 20s was shot dead in Brampton Monday evening.

Heat warnings paint Alberta red as families look for ways to deal

Environment Canada blanketed much of southern and eastern Alberta with heat warnings, meaning daytime temperatures reaching almost 30 C and dipping to only 14 C overnight.

Bear explores Steinbach, Man. backyard


71-year-old charged with careless driving after crashing into building: OPP

Provincial police say the man was driving on King Street East when he veered off the road and crashed. No other vehicles were involved in the collision.

Police make arrest in Indiana, 30 years after 8-year-old girl's body found

Indiana authorities say DNA led them to a man they arrested and charged in connection with the 1988 assault and death of an eight-year-old girl.

1 in 6 Canadians struggling with finances, Angus Reid survey finds

More than a quarter of Canadians are already facing serious financial hardship, according to the findings of a new study released today as part of an examination of poverty.

IKEA HEKTAR lamp can predict with startling accuracy which new lovebirds are doomed

“Oh god,” sighs the sentient HEKTAR floor lamp on the third floor of IKEA’s Etobicoke location. “Here comes another one.”

Thousands without power across Quebec as storms bring heavy rain, lightning

The majority of the outages are in the Montérégie and Laurentians, where about 7,000 people were in the dark as of 7 a.m.

Brexit campaign group Vote Leave referred to police for breaching spending rules

Britain's Electoral Commission said on Tuesday it had fined the officially designated pro-Brexit campaign group 61,000 pounds ($106,065 Cdn) for breaching spending rules in the 2016 referendum and referred it to the police.

June rainfall breaks records in Yellowknife

With 114 millimetres of rainfall in June, Yellowknife has already exceeded summer averages for rainfall.

WorkSafeBC launches online resources addressing cannabis impairment

With the upcoming legalization of cannabis, WorkSafeBC is helping prepare employers and workers by educating them about impairment on the job with new online resources.

Prohibiting pot use in rentals could hurt opioid harm reduction efforts in Saskatoon

The executive director of AIDS Saskatoon sees his clients using marijuana as a tool to fight a more harmful addiction to opiates.

With cats, a dog and vivid, geometric shapes, Old Strathcona mural is making a big impact

It's big, it's bright and the grassroots-funded piece of public art has already captured the fancy of many Edmontonians.

Donald Sutherland says Louis Riel's story isn't his to tell

He was born in New Brunswick, raised on the east coast, went to school in Toronto and has parental roots in Alberta. On CBC's Midday he explains why he's interested in a Saskatchewan story.

3 Calgary family members killed, 3 others injured in crash on Texas highway

A Calgary family is in mourning after a head-on highway collision in Texas on Saturday left three members dead and sent three others to hospital with serious injuries.

Not your grandmother's needlepoint: Diversity of needle arts on display in Charlottetown

The Embroiders Association of Canada national seminar is in Charlottetown this week, and the meeting will include a display of the wide variety of work made by members.

Justin Trudeau makes announcement with N.S. premier LIVE

PM is scheduled to make an announcement with Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil followed by a media availability
CBC Investigates

Thousands of patient records held for ransom in Ontario home care data breach, attackers claim

The detailed medical histories and contact information of possibly tens of thousands of home-care patients in Ontario are allegedly being held for ransom by thieves who recently raided the computer systems of a health-care provider.

Physicians urge Ottawa to pay another $21B over decade for seniors health care

Physicians are calling on the federal government to shell out another $21 billion over the next decade to help provinces and territories pay for soaring health care costs that will be propelled by the unavoidable growth of Canada's seniors population.

Heat alert ends as cooler air moves through GTA

Environment Canada has ended its heat alert for the City of Toronto and surrounding areas after another days-long heat wave gripped southern Ontario.

Russian hackers used U.S. servers, bitcoin financing: Mueller

Details of Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election are spelled out in the indictment handed down last week of 12 Russian intelligence officers.

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