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Daughter's tears over 'lesbian' quiz
Ariella Wilkinson came home crying after Ofsted inspectors interrogated her about homosexuality during a visit to Grindon Hall Christian School.
Huge asteroid 2004 BL86 makes flyby Monday
An asteroid up to 550 metres (1,800 feet) across is headed Earth's way. But don't worry: It will miss us by 1.2 million kilometres (745,000 miles), about three times the distance between Earth and the moon.
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah dies
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah died early on Friday and his brother Salman became king, the royal court in the world's top oil exporter and birthplace of Islam said in a statement carried by state television.
17 Vancouver maple trees illegally chopped
Vancouver police and the park board are investigating after 17 maple trees were chopped along Cambie Street and West 29 Avenue and left lying on the ground sometime after midnight.
Measles outbreak in California infects 70
Seventy people have been infected in a measles outbreak that led California public health officials to urge those who haven't been vaccinated against the disease, including children too young to be immunized, should avoid Disney parks where the spread ori
Giant Canadian hero Kevin Vickers heads to Ireland
Canadian diplomats in Ireland tweeted a few photos of Kevin Vickers meeting with senior Irish officials as he began his posting as ambassador to the Emerald Isle. Vickers is quite tall - about six-foot-five. Ireland's president is... less so. Laura Payton
In the war room with Winston Churchill: Peter Mansbridge
To mark the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's death, CBC News Chief Correspondent Peter Mansbridge met with the former British prime minister's granddaughter, who shed light on some of the daily tensions her "grandpapa" faced during the Second W
Meet the woman who can’t feel fear
“Tell me what fear is,” Tranel began.
“Well, that’s what I’m trying to — to be honest, I truly have no clue,” SM said, her voice raspy. That’s actually a
symptom of the condition that stole fear from her. Urbach-Wieth disease, which is characterized b
The bank told this man he was dead and froze his accounts
Isadore Goldberg learned he was deceased from the teller at his bank. He was not amused. Goldberg, 89, a longtime Côte St-Luc city councillor who has a municipal park named after him, took TD Canada Trust and Toronto Dominion Bank to small claims court on
Biker gang takes over the streets of Miami
Hundreds of dirt bike and ATV riders took over Miami yesterday when they swarmed through city streets and highways, taunting police and pulling wheelies in an apparent tribute to Martin Luther King.
Hermaphroditic cat to get gender assignment surgery
Mittens is a seemingly regular household cat that enjoys being scratched under the chin and chasing a piece of string around, but there's one thing about a Newfoundland family's pet that sets it apart – Mittens is a hermaphrodite.
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