Every morning, more than one million Canadians begin their day with World Report.
David Common brings you the news that has broken overnight, with a look ahead to the day's expected events. The program features the latest international news, as well as the top domestic stories. It is also an outlet for CBC journalists to break original stories.
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- Scotland independence referendum: Polling stations close, vote counting begins video
- The polls have closed and vote counting is underway in Scotland's historic referendum on whether to end the country's 307-year-old union with England.
- Interactive Scotland referendum: Mapping #VoteYes and #VoteNo
- As Scotland votes on independence, people in the Yes and No camps are using social media to voice their opinions. This map of the United Kingdom shows how the posts are spread geographically.
- Scotland vote: British pound hits 2-year high as currency traders bet on No
- The polls say it's neck and neck, but currency traders who move trillions of dollars every day have placed their bets solidly on Scotland's rejection of independence in Thursday's closely watched vote.
- Michael Brown shooting: Long legal process angers Ferguson residents
- Tension and anger are still high in Ferguson, Mo., more than a month after Michael Brown was shot by police officer Darren Wilson. Distrust of the legal system is being fuelled by the fact a grand jury could take weeks to decide if Wilson should be arrested.
- John Cantlie, British ISIS hostage, appears in new video
- The Islamic State group known as ISIS on Thursday released a video showing a British journalist who says he is a prisoner of the extremists.