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Japan mourns reported death of ISIS hostage Kenji Goto video
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is vowing that Japan will not give in to terrorism. His statement follows the release of a video which appears to show the beheading of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto, who was held hostage by Islamic State extremists.
Canada's richest 1% aren't the only ones prospering video
Canada’s billionaires can expect to get richer than ever. But so, too, should a tranche of the 99 per cent, some economists say, citing recent Statistics Canada data trends.
Phoenix Sinclair inquiry: Covering it was a 'harrowing' experience video
The release of recommendations this week from the inquiry into the 2005 death of Winnipeg's Phoenix Sinclair brings to mind the horrific details of that case, writes CBC reporter Katie Nicholson.
Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks or Patriots? video
A titanic matchup is on tap for today's Super Bowl XLIX in Arizona, with the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks — the top seeds in their respective conferences — battling for the NFL championship. Who will win? Two of our writers take sides.
Super Bowl: Jimmy Fallon in post-game lip sync battle
Jimmy Fallon is planning his own match-up on Super Bowl Sunday.

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