A Ryerson University student running for a position with the school's student union is coming under fire for allegedly condoning the recent killing of two police officers in New York.
A truck driver distracted by yanking free his loose tooth veered off the road and caused a miles-long backup on an Alabama freeway, a local newspaper reported on Friday.
DALLAS - The decaying pine coffin in which Lee Harvey Oswald was buried 51 years ago rightfully belongs to the brother of President John F. Kennedy's presumed assassin, a Texas judge ruled on Friday.
MONTREAL - A halfway house that cost taxpayers $2.1 million and is located in a remote part of Quebec currently holds just a single resident.
OTTAWA — Canada's premiers are set to roll out their national energy strategy, P.E.I. Premier Robert Ghiz said yesterday at the conclusion of the annual meeting of provincial first ministers.
VANCOUVER - A massive spill from a dam containing mine waste in British Columbia last August was caused by a flawed design for the embankment, which did not properly account for the geology of the region, an independent panel said on Friday.
MINNEAPOLIS - Prosecutors have charged a third U.S. citizen in connection with a deadly attempt to overthrow the government of the tiny African nation of Gambia in late December, the U.S. Attorney for Minnesota said on Friday.
The former chief executive of Sentinel Management Group Inc in suburban Chicago was sentenced on Friday to 14 years in prison, after been convicted of running what federal prosecutors called a roughly $666 million fraud.
A Kansas man was sentenced to nearly three years in prison on Friday for letting his 10-month-old foster daughter die in a hot car while he smoked marijuana and watched television.