Olympic wake-up call: Day 11 news you might have missed from the Winter Games
Here's a quick recap of all the important Olympic news you might have missed overnight, and a look at what's still to come later today.
Netanyahu aides named in Israel corruption probe
Israeli police on Tuesday named the two close associates of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who have been arrested for their suspected role in a wide-ranging corruption probe that has cast a further pall of suspicion over the longtime Israeli leader, already accused of bribery in two separate cases.
Homan's medal hopes take a hit with loss to China
Canada was not able to come away with a steal in the 10th end and fell to China 7-5 in round-robin play of the women's Olympic curling tournament on Tuesday in South Korea.
At just 26, a London woman desperately needs her third kidney transplant
Megan Orser was only seven when her kidneys failed. Now 26, doctors say she'll need another kidney donation, which will be her third, to avoid regular dialysis treatments.
Queen's Park resumes Tuesday with final sprint toward Ontario election day
Ottawa backs off proposal to change DUI threshold
'It was brazen': Montrealer discovers her condo is falsely advertised for rent online
Richard Hatfield's 1987 train diary reveals wistful ex-premier
'Trapped:' Edmonton teens recall employer's abuse at remote worksite
Just say no: How some communities are fighting pot legalization
Don't forget your umbrella on Tuesday
This Ontario town is home to 8,000 residents — and 18 family doctors
Civic Pharmacy sign could soon shine again, community association says
Boushie verdict fallout sparks allegations of threats, harassment
Regulator sparks questions about future of Prince of Wales Bridge
'We are unable to conduct safe obstetric care': Pregnant women urged to leave town to deliver
Cassie Sharpe of B.C. wins gold for Canada in ski halfpipe
Canadian curlers still feeling the heat despite win