Sweden tops Korea's 'Garlic Girls' for curling gold
The Swedish women won the gold medal in the final match of a marathon curling festival on Sunday, beating South Korea 8-3 in nine ends to leave the "Garlic Girls" with a silver that is the hosts' first-ever Olympic medal in the sport.
"FHRITP": It's a vulgar and sexist slur aimed at female journalists. But is it illegal? (The Investigators with Diana Swain)
This week a provincial court judge in St. John's ruled that yelling F her right in the P isn't necessarily illegal. Sparking concern in newsrooms across the country. We talk to reporter Heather Gillis in Newfoundland who took a stand. Watch The Investigators Saturdays at 9:30 pm ET and Sundays at 5:30 pm ET on CBC News Network.
Pyeongchang Olympics have seen broken records and broken barriers
There's a red, white and blue flag that has dominated these Olympics and it's probably not the one that first comes to mind.
The 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics
Watch Olympic Games Primetime with Scott Russell, featuring the men's bobsleigh 4-man finals, and coming up at 11 p.m. ET, Germany vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia in the men's hockey gold medal game.
Chatham-Kent rescue workers use boats to get people out of flooded homes
Alberta curler hopes Olympic upset sparks change for Canadian Curling
Mourners gather to remember 6-year-old killed by truck
Jaguars sign Blake Bortles to 3-year, $54M extension
Brantford homeowners say unfinished dike is the reason their street flooded
K-Pop sensations CL and EXO set to thrill fans at closing ceremony
Search for 3-year-old boy swept away by Grand River flood enters 4th day
Advocates propose mixed-use mental-health 'village' on Riverview lands
'Stop hunting us, stop killing us': hundreds at Vancouver rally demand justice for Tina Fontaine
Mikael Backlund leads Flames over Avalanche
Backlund's 3 points gives Flames easy win over Avalanche
Watch the Olympic figure skating gala, featuring Virtue and Moir
'She's loved and missed,' Marilyn Rose Munroe remembered amid calls for justice
UN Security Council unanimously votes for ceasefire as airstrikes batter Syria's Ghouta
'Our sisters are still not protected': Montrealers call for justice for Tina Fontaine