• Leah Remini Says Tom Cruise Could Single-handedly End Scientology

    Since very publicly leaving Scientology in 2013, Leah Remini has been one of its most outspoken critics. Remini joined Bill Maher, a critic of religion in general, on Real Time, where she brought to light the one person who could bring down Scientology for good: Tom Cruise. Cruise has this power, according to Remini, because Scientologists believe that he is, on his own, clearing the planet … whatever that means.

  • 'Every bone in her face broken': woman attacked at youth home needs more surgery

    The woman who was viciously beaten while working at a youth home northeast of Edmonton has had hours of surgery and faces a long road to recovery. Heather Vanderzee, 63, was working alone at the Elk Island Child and Youth Ranch facility on Feb. 4 when she was attacked. In an exclusive interview with CTV Edmonton, Vanderzee says she can't remember the attack, or being taken to hospital, or the names of the boys who attacked her.

  • Angelina Jolie opens up about 'difficult' split from Brad Pitt: 'We will always be a family'

    Angelina Jolie has publicly addressed her split from Brad Pitt for the very first time. The 41-year-old actress became visibly upset when she was asked about the "incident" which had led to their separation during an interview with BBC World News' Yalda Hakim in Cambodia, and confirmed it had been a "difficult" time for her family. "I don't want to say very much about that, except to say it was a very difficult time and….

  • 3 boys arrested as part of Gatineau police operation near elementary school

    A Gatineau elementary school was evacuated Friday afternoon during a tactical police operation that ended with the arrest of three boys. Police said in a news release they were called to the corner of St-René Boulevard West and Gauthier Street when someone driving there said one of their vehicle's windows suddenly shattered. Officers set up a security perimeter because école l'Odyssée was nearby, and at first kept students inside for about two hours, according to what school staff told Radio-Canada.

  • Senior Trump appointee fired after critical comments

    A senior Trump administration official was fired following criticism in a private speech of President Donald Trump's policies and his inner circle of advisers. Craig Deare, whom Trump appointed a month ago to head the National Security Council's Western Hemisphere division, was on Friday escorted out of the Executive Office Building, where he worked in Washington. A senior White House official confirmed that Deare is no longer working at the NSC and has returned to the position he previously held at the National Defence University.

  • China is getting rid of rubbish using drones equipped with flame throwers

    Clearing up rubbish is probably not the most exciting thing in the world - unless you have control of a flame-throwing drone. Several companies in China have decided to tackle the very real problem of garbage hanging on power lines by flying the drones up their level and setting fire to them. Zhang Han, a team member in charge of utilities maintenance in Xiangyang, said: “The flames occur spontaneously, and most of the things that hang upon power lines are usually plastic.

  • This 41-year-old, ex-Cy Young winner is ready to make a comeback

    Eric Gagne hasn’t pitched in the majors the past eight seasons. New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra once summed up baseball by saying, “it ain’t over, ’til it’s over,” but we’re not sure this is what he meant. Despite not pitching in the majors since 2008, 41-year-old, former Cy Young winner Eric Gagne believes it’s time for a comeback.