The new CBC News
As you're probably aware by now, the new World Report isn't the only change happening to CBC News. The National and CBC News Network (formerly Newsworld) both start today with a fresh approach.
Here's the lowdown on what's happening, from our boss, Jennifer McGuire.
David Michael Lamb
Senior Producer, World Report.
- Nepal earthquake: Death toll climbs to over 7,500
- Rescuers were Tuesday digging through piles of earth and snow on a popular trekking route in Nepal, where an entire village was buried by a mudslide triggered by the earthquake that struck the region 10 days ago.
- 'Food Babe' blogger Vani Hari among nutritionists accused of quackery
- Accusations of quackery — and one stunning admission of fraud — that last month roiled the health and nutrition blogosphere could mark a turning point in our collective discussion about food, say observers, even if we will never be entirely free from snake oil.
- Video Ed Carter-Edwards recalls Buchenwald: 'So cruel, so savage, so brutal' video
- For over 40 years, Smithville, Ont., native Ed Carter-Edwards didn't say a word about it — about being shot down over Paris, turned over to the German SS and surviving in Buchenwald when so many others perished.
- Photos Met Gala 2015: Beyonce, Rihanna, the Clooneys hit the red carpet
- Movie and television stars, socialites, athletes and the biggest names in fashion were out dazzling on the red carpet ahead of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Gala for China: Through The Looking Glass on Monday night in New York City
- Syria use of barrel bombs 'crimes against humanity,' Amnesty says
- Syrian government forces and insurgents have both committed abuses in the contested northern city of Aleppo, but some of the government's actions amount to crimes against humanity, an international rights group said Tuesday.