• Trump says he should have left UCLA players in Chinese jail

    President Donald Trump says he should have left three UCLA basketball players accused of shoplifting in China in jail. Trump's tweet Sunday comes after the father of player LiAngelo Ball minimized Trump's involvement in winning the players' release in comments to ESPN. "Who?" LaVar Ball told ESPN on Friday, when asked about Trump's involvement in the matter.

  • Apology to Canadians persecuted for being gay coming Nov. 28: Trudeau

    Martine Roy was just 20-years-old and less than a year into her chosen career as a medical assistant with the Canadian Armed Forces at CFB Borden when military police suddenly showed up at her workplace to arrest her. Thirty-three years later she cannot hold back the tears as she prepares to hear an apology from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the House of Commons. "On November 28, the Government will offer a formal apology to LGBTQ2 Canadians in the House - for the persecution & injustices they have suffered, and to advance together on the path to equality & inclusion," Trudeau wrote on Twitter.

  • DeRozan scores 33 points as Raptors win fourth straight, beating Wizards 100-91

    The Raptors' three-time all-star scored 33 points to lift Toronto to a 100-91 win over Washington on Sunday, as the Raptors exacted some revenge on their Eastern Conference rival. C.J. Miles added 12 points, while Kyle Lowry and Fred VanVleet finished with 10 points apiece, as the Raptors (11-5) stretched their win streak to four games.

  • Baker Mayfield gets fired up during coin toss when KU players refuse to shake his hand

    Mayfield stepped forward to exchange "pleasantries" and no one obliged him.

  • Saint John tea producer's $100K Dragons' Den deal falls through

    A Saint John couple who successfully pitched their tea business on the CBC Dragons' Den episode that aired Thursday night says their $100,000 deal has fallen through because of a previous agreement their investor had. At that time, Dragon Jim Treliving agreed to invest $100,000 in exchange for 20 per cent of the company that uses an innovative flash-freezing technique to seal in the nutrients of loose-leaf tea. At the end of the summer, however, they found out another tea company Treliving was already invested in has a non-compete clause.

  • Argentina says it may have received signals from missing sub

    Argentina's Navy detected seven brief satellite calls Saturday that officials believe may have come from a submarine with 44 crew members that hadn't been heard from in three days. The communication attempts "indicate that the crew is trying to re-establish contact, so we are working to locate the source of the emissions," the Navy said on its Twitter account, adding that the calls lasted between four and 36 seconds. Argentine authorities clarified that it has not been confirmed the calls came from the submarine, the ARA San Juan, though that is the working hypothesis.

  • How a Facebook lie about Thunder Bay woman killed by trailer hitch spread

    Tia Nicholaichuk said she was struck by how quickly the rumours spread on Facebook about Barbara Kentner, the Anishinaabe woman who died this summer after she was struck by a trailer hitch thrown from a moving car in northern Ontario. The 34-year-old social work student from Thunder Bay, Ont. said she was also bothered by the tone of some Facebook comments directed at Kentner after her family announced she was dying and also after her death. "The lies had been going around for quite a while." said Nicholaichuk.