Wanted high-risk violent offender may be in Sask.Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a wanted high-risk violent offender who may be in Saskatchewan.
O'Malley's Entry Ups Focus on Immigration in 2016The heat that immigration has brought to the 2016 presidential campaigns could intensify Saturday with the addition of former Maryland Gov.
Silk Road Mastermind Ross Ulbricht Gets Life in PrisonRoss Ulbricht, the convicted operator of the underground online black market Silk Road, was sentenced Friday to life in prison.
Sepp Blatter Re-Elected as FIFA PresidentSepp Blatter has been re-elected as FIFA President for a fifth term. Blatter, 79, was given a new 4-year term by the 209 FIFA member associations at FIFA's annual Congress in Zurich on Friday, according to reports of the BBC News. Although Blatter failed to secure a two-thirds majority in the firs
Just When I Was Beginning To Lose Hope In Humanity I Saw This Video Of 100 People Lifting A Bus Off ...This incident happened in Walthamstow in London where a double decker bus crushed a unicyclist under it's wheel. But what happened next was nothing short of magical. On it's own suddenly almost 100 Londoners rushed towards the bus and managed to move the 12-tonne bus just enough to pull out the cycl
Ian Somerholder Makes a Fan Cry by Refusing to Take PhotosIan Somerholder is refuses to take photos with fans and even makes one girl cry while in Paris. And it's caught on camera.
Video: Cuba removed from sponsors of terrorism listCuba has been removed from the sponsors of terrorism list. Tamron Hall has the latest details. (NewsNation)
Frank Lampard picks #One2Eleven on The Fantasy Football ClubChelsea and England legend Frank Lampard picked an impressive #One2Eleven on The Fantasy Football Club.
Atlanta Falcons player accused of killing girlfriend's dog; Kicked off teamAn Atlanta Falcons football player has been kicked off the team after being accused of killing his girlfriend's dog.
The most beautiful Android apps available today, as picked by GoogleLast year Google made a big push to improve the overall look of its mobile platform thanks to the addition of Material Design, a slick new design language that added terrific animations and other features to Android. Via 9to5Google, it seems that Google’s Material Design team has recognized 18
Ottawa gunman, Michael Zehaf Bibeau, urges similar attacks in unreleased portion of video manifestoAs calmly as Michael Zehaf Bibeau laid out the reasons for his fateful attack on Parliament Hill last October, he exhorted others to carry out similar attacks, say sources
Skype parentsIndian family courts have been telling divorced parents to allow video calls between their child and the non-custodial parent. Does it help?
The Brexit: Europe's Own Version of 'Shark Tank'David Cameron's quest for EU reforms is turning into an economic reality show. Will he get a deal or walk away?
FA boss Greg Dyke vows to oust Sepp Blatter as FIFA president before Swiss tyrant's fifth term is ov...Blatter was re-elected for a fifth four-year term as not even a £100m scandal and the threat of England pulling out of the World Cup could bring him down
French Open: John McEnroe compares Nick Kyrgios to himself ahead of clash with Andy MurraySuper Brat has tipped the young Australian for the top, saying: "What I see as a similarity with me is he's got personality, he's got belief in himself"
Britain's Got Talent 2015: Calum Scott and Danny Posthill win the last semi-finalHE WAS Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer act but the British public also proved they're behind Calum Scott today, in Britain's Got Talent's last semi-final of the series.
US removes Cuba from its list of state sponsors of terrorThe US State Department has announced that Cuba has been removed from the US list of state sponsors of terror, a move which clears the way for restoring relations after half a century.
A spokesman for the state department emphasised that the terror list review was a separate process fro
#NotMyAmerica Campaign Responds To Mosque Protest With Message Of InclusionAs bikers gather outside a mosque to protest Islam, interfaith advocates will be on Twitter sending the global community a message of inclusion. The Campaign to Take On Hate, which works to challenge misconceptions of Muslims and Arab Americans, organized a Twitter campaign in response to news th
Guardian Editor Alan Rusbridger Steps DownThis, if you're reading the physical paper – which, of course, you are not – is my last edition as editor. In just over 20 years we have put nearly 7,500 papers "to bed", as almost no one says nowadays. At some point in the 24-hour, seamlessly rolling digital news cycle, you'll have a new editor
Family Of Afghan Immigrant Killed By San Diego Police Sues CityBy Marty Graham SAN DIEGO, May 29 (Reuters) - The family of an Afghan immigrant who was shot and killed by a San Diego policeman who had not activated his body camera, prompting the department to revise its policy, has filed a $20 million claim against the city.
U.S. Says China Has Placed Mobile Artillery On Reclaimed IslandSINGAPORE, May 29 (Reuters) - The United States said on Friday that China had placed mobile artillery weapons systems on a reclaimed island in the disputed South China Sea, a development that Republican Sen. John McCain called "disturbing and escalatory." Brent Colburn, a Pentagon spokesman trave
Dyke On Blatter Result: 'This Isn't Over'The chairman of the Football Association has said "this isn't over" after Sepp Blatter's controversial re-election as FIFA president.
'Bush Tucker Trial' Death: Kidnappers JailedTwo security guards who kidnapped a man from a music festival and dumped him on a dangerous road have been jailed over his death.
U.S. officially removes Cuba from terrorism blacklistThe Obama administration on Friday formally removed Cuba from a U.S. terrorism blacklist as part of the process of normalizing relations between the Cold War foes. Secretary of State John Kerry signed off on rescinding Cuba's "state sponsor of terrorism" designation exactly 45 days after the Obama
Art project will take 3,000 photos of disabled people to change your perceptionsOn March 12, 1990, disability rights activists gathered in Washington, D.C. to fight for the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), which would prohibit discrimination against people with disabilities. After the main rally, 60 activists approached the U.S. Capitol Building, leaving be
Sepp Blatter strikes back
Media Watch turns its attention to the re-appointment of Sepp Blatter for his 5th term as FIFA president. Anger and disappoint are widespread, with many calling for a boycott of the World Cup itself. Businesses sponsoring the governing body of world football are also in the firing line.