The United Steelworkers, Canada's largest union, congratulated the Royal Bank of Canada for promising not to hire foreign workers to replace Canadians and not to outsource jobs.
The Canadian government has quietly revoked the passport of a Quebec doctor accused of defrauding the U.S. Medicare system of $375 million — before he's even had a trial.
A suicide bomber blew herself up in car near a police building in Russia’s Dagestan region on Saturday, injuring 11 policemen and passers-by, Russian media reported.
British counter-terrorism police arrested a man at the BBC’s headquarters after an interviewee said that security services tried to recruit one of the two suspects in the murder of a soldier in London.
Two freight trains collided at a rail intersection in Missouri on Saturday, injuring seven people, igniting a fire and triggering the collapse of an overpass under which they were travelling, a county sheriff’s dispatcher said.
Community patrols and a beefed-up police presence helped to calm violence around Stockholm overnight on Saturday but 20 to 30 cars were still torched in poor immigrant suburbs and serious incidents were reported outside the capital for the first time.
Seventeen Pakistani children burnt to death on Saturday when a gas cylinder on the bus taking them to school exploded, media said.
Hungry? How about tempura-battered fried Tarantula for an appetizer? They’re frozen then defrosted before bug chef David George Gordon cuts off the abdomen, singes off hairs with a lighter and dunks the remaining spider body into batter.
Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio violated the constitutional rights of Latino drivers in his crackdown on illegal immigration, a federal judge found on Friday, and ordered him to stop using race as a factor in law enforcement decisions.