Stagecoach 2015: Country music festival is boot-stompin' good timeINDIO >> Gusty winds and even rain-threatening clouds couldn't put a damper on the eighth annual Stagecoach Country Music Festival as thousands of fans kicked up dirt for a boot-stompin' celebration of all-things Americana.The festival, the largest outdoor country music event of its kind in Southern
Obama: Trade Pact Won’t ‘Destroy' Middle ClassPresident Obama is trying to rally Democratic support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership. What would this trade pact do? How is Mr. Obama answering critics from within his own party? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
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$246m on offer for nanny paymentsTHE government will run a two-year trial of paying for nannies to see if it is viable to offer more widely to working parents.
What You Missed On TV Last NightIN a packed night, magazine shows debated nasty incidents involving Alastair Clarkson and Bachar Houli, grilled Richmond and toasted the Bulldogs.
Bournemouth almost thereBournemouth all but secured promotion to the Premier League with a 3-0 win over Bolton on Monday night.
Gilmore injury worse than expectedTYLER Wright and Sally Fitzgibbons may be Australia’s best hopes of a surfing world crown in 2015 with news Stephanie Gilmore has multiple fractures and bone bruising in her leg.
Aust, France boost counter-terror effortPRIME Minister Tony Abbott and French President Francois Hollande have agreed to stronger co-operation between the countries on counter-terrorism efforts.
Police injured in Baltimore protestsSeven officers in the US city of Baltimore have been injured, while a store has been looted and a car set alight, during violent protests in Baltimore.
Ottawa woman feared missing in Nepal is safe, but injuredAn Ottawa woman who was feared missing in Nepal has contacted her family and let them know she is safe.
Accused teen terrorists must wait until June for bail hearingFederal prosecutor Richard Roy has said the Crown will oppose bail because it believes the pair are flight risks and a danger to the public.
Nuclear powers gather at UN to talk disarmamentThe hard work of reaching a nuclear agreement with Iran is "far from over, and key issues remain unresolved," Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday told a global gathering on nuclear disarmament, where he and Iran's foreign minister were meeting on the sidelines.
US, Japan boost defence ties with eyes on China, North KoreaThe United States and Japan are boosting their defence relationship, allowing Japan to play a bigger role in global military operations with an eye on potential threats from China and North Korea.
Nuisance cats - St. John's is going on the offensiveThe City of St. John's is going on the offensive against nuisance cats. If your cat's been roaming the neighbourhood it could end up being taken to Humane Services in a cage
'Walls fell around us,' says Halifax dentist in NepalAs the road heaved beneath the wheels of the van, Karen Furlong thought her group was under attack.
How Nova Scotians are helping with the Nepal earthquake relief effortAs the death toll continues to rise in Nepal following this weekend's earthquake, Nova Scotians, both in the devastated country and here at home, are trying to support the relief effort.
John Tory offering developers city land for affordable housingMayor John Tory stood in front of an unused plot of land in downtown Toronto on Monday to make the point there's been a lack of action on affordable housing.
'All of a sudden, all the houses collapsed': Quake kills 3 relativesAn Edmonton-Nepalese man is asking the international community to join forces in helping the thousands of Nepalese still reeling after Saturday's earthquake.
Anger over Wildrose defections still simmers among southern Alberta votersWith about a week to go until voting day, there are indications in the ridings south of Calgary that the mass defection of Wildrose MLAs to the Tories is not water under the bridge for many voters.
From Calgary to Kathmandu, personal stories from Nepal earthquakeCBC Calgary is hearing from many Albertans affected by the deadly quake — either because they are in Nepal or have family living, or visiting, the country.
Death Toll in Nepal Quake Nearing 4,000Close to 4,000 people are known to have died in Nepal and neighbouring, India and China as a result of Saturday's earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale, the CNN has reported. By nightfall on Monday in Nepal's capital Katmandu more than 7,000 people were known to have been injured. Power bl
Apple rides the iPhone waveApple has posted a 33pc increase in quarterly profit on the back of surging iPhone sales and explosive growth in China.
Bizarre vegetarian T. rex cousin discovered by boy, 7Meet T. rex's strange new cousin: a long-necked, vegetarian dinosaur with just two fingers on each hand.
How to help victims of the Nepal earthquakeA number of charities are accepting donations from Canadians for Nepal earthquake relief. Here is a list of some of the agencies taking donations.
Apple profit soars 40% on strong iPhone salesApple reported record second-quarter profit on Monday, saying its performance was driven by a surge in sales of iPhone and Mac products, as well as strong app sales.
Drone reveals quake devastationINCREDIBLE drone footage has emerged showing the extent of the earthquake devastation in Kathmandu, as the death toll passes 4000.
Brachytherapy Boosts Survival in Inoperable Endometrial CancerWomen with inoperable early-stage endometrial cancer survive longer if their treatment includes brachytherapy rather than external beam radiotherapy alone. Medscape Medical News
Physicians' Political Donations Slightly Favor DemocratsDuring the 2013-2014 election cycle, about 45% of physician's federal campaign contributions went to Republications, and 55% went to Democrats. Medscape Medical News
Mideast hospitals to use modular design BUILDINGS in healthcare should be designed and developed with the principal goal of improving the experience of the main users: patients and healthcare staff. More often than not, while perfectly sterile and healthy environments, healthcare facilities in the GCC can be
'Pumped up' Cameron ditches suit to answer campaign critics British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party, David Cameron, gives a speech during a UK general election campaign visit at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in London on Monday. — AFP LONDON — Prime Minister David Camero
Nepalis spend third night in open as quake toll passes 4,000 Kathmandu — Hundreds of thousands of Nepalis spent another night in the open Monday after a massive quake which killed more than 4,000, as officials warned the final toll could yet rise sharply once rescuers reach cut-off areas. With fears rising of food and w
iPhone sales leap 40% over past yearToday Apple reported their second quarter 2015 financial results with iPhone, Mac, and the App Store at the head of their release. In addition to an "all-time record performance" of the App Store, Apple reported that iPhone and Mac sales were amongst the best in any 2nd quarter in the history of the
It's war on cops as riots grip BaltimoreSeven Baltimore police officers were injured on Monday as rioters threw bricks and stones and burned patrol cars in violent protests after the funeral of a black man who died...
Video: How to get 'Your Financial Life Together'Financial journalist Nicole Lapin joins Morning Joe to discuss her new book, which is a "12-Step Plan for Getting Your Financial Life Together...Finally." (Morning Joe)
Video: Terrifying moment an avalanche hit EverestWatch the moment of impact of the avalanche that hit Mount Everest after the massive earthquake in Nepal. (MSNBC Now this News)
Obama on Hillary Clinton's Stance on Trade DealHillary Clinton has not yet spoken out in favor of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal. President Obama tells WSJ's Jerry Seib he's confident that the key standards in a trade agreement can be met. Photo: T.J. Kirkpatrick for The Wall Street Journal
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'Batman' massacre trial to startJames Holmes will stand trial Monday in the Aurora, Colorado, movie theater shooting where he allegedly killed 12 people and injured 58 more in 2012. The trial could last until autumn.
Inside Clinton's Benghazi emailsThe day after the Benghazi terror attack, a staffer for Arizona Sen. John McCain emailed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's office to convey praise for her remarks to State Department employees after the attack.
Here's the Best Reason to Wear the Apple WatchThe Apple Watch is here. Or, at least, in a few lucky countries that can order it in the first batch. A month ago I was still trying to figure out why would I need to wear the new smart watch from Apple. My main point was: I do not wear any jewelry, nor a regular watch. Why would I get this
Unemployment in France rises againThere has been a second consecutive monthly rise in the number of people out of work in France. Data from the Labour Ministry showed the number of registered job seekers in mainland France rose by 15,400 last month to just over 3.5 million.
That’s a jump of 0.4 percent on the previous