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Before and after: Nepal's historic landmarks in ruins

The sheer power of a 7.8-magnitude quake is captured in these harrowing shots of the city's major monuments now crumbling.

  • Kourtney Kardashian Reveals Weight

    Kourtney Kardashian has revealed something to more than 16 million people – a detail most people don't like telling anyone! The mother of three, who has been very vocal about her battle to get her body back to pre-baby shape following the birth of son

    Access Hollywood
  • B.C. father 'shaken and upset' after naked 4-year-old son prompts police visit

    Ian McIlwaine of Squamish, B.C., said his family is "shaken and very upset" after RCMP, responding to a complaint by neighbours, visited the family's home because his four-year-old son was playing in the yard naked. On Sunday, McIlwaine took advantage of the warm weather to wax his car outside his home, with his two sons, Tyler, and Conner, 6, playing nearby. Tyler got his pants wet and McIlwaine told him to put on some shorts.

    CBC
  • Carey Price given silent treatment by Canadiens after shutout in hilarious video

    Carey Price, you’ve just shutout the Ottawa Senators. You’re awesome, wonderful, you’ve sent your Montreal Canadiens into the second round of the playoffs. And … nobody on your team cares. It’s because you just got punk'd! Great move by the one and only

    Puck Daddy
  • Bar owner refuses to get rid of two-way mirror in the women's restroom

    A bar is under police investigation after a comedian discovered a secret two-way mirror hanging on a door across from the toilet in the women's restroom. Tamale Rocks was performing at Chicago bar, Cigars and Stripes, when she stumbled on the creepy looking glass and filmed a video of the discovery on her smartphone - revealing that opening the door took her into a closet providing a clear view of the stall.

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  • Obama: Too many troubling police interactions with blacks in US

    President Barack Obama said Tuesday there have been too many troubling police interactions with black citizens across American in what he called "a slow-rolling crisis." But he said there was no excuse for rioters to engage in senseless violence. Obama, the first black American president, said those in that city who stole from businesses and burned buildings and cars should be treated as criminals. "They aren't protesting, they aren't making a statement, they're stealing," Obama said.

    The Canadian Press
  • Woman uncovers two-way mirror in a bar bathroom

    According to the bar's owner Ronnie Lottz, the two-way mirror is there to stay.

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  • Final goodbyes before Indonesian firing squad - CNN.com

    (CNN)The families of death row prisoners who are expected to be executed within the next 24 hours by Indonesian firing squad made their final visit to the island where they're being held. The Indonesian government has not confirmed the timing of the executions, but lawyers say the signs are pointing to the firing squad being given their orders shortly after midnight Tuesday. It's a day their families and friends hoped would never come, but it's also one that Indonesia, despite years of protest and legal appeals, has insisted has to happen. Under Indonesian law, the death penalty is carried out by a 12-man firing squad, although only three guns are loaded with live ammunition.

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  • The Invincible Yard: 12 Ideas for Lazy Landscaping (13 photos)

    Some people love the backbreaking business of tending to lawn and garden. Then there’s the rest of us—who’d rather relax and let that little piece of heaven largely take care of itself. Ahead, easy ways to make your outdoor space the envy of the neighborhood

    Bob Vila
  • $50M Lotto Max mystery deepens as BCLC tries to verify winner

    "It is unusual," said BCLC spokeswoman Laura Piva-Babcock. In the meantime, the promise of the hidden jackpot sparked a lawsuit between members of a Shoppers Drug Mart lottery pool who believe one of their group was hiding the ticket.

    CBC
  • Pompeo On Meredith's Journey

    The actress hit Twitter on Monday to talk about what's next for her character, Meredith, who is now a widow following the sad death of Derek "McDreamy" Shepherd in last Thursday's episode. "There are so many people out there who have suffered tremendous loss and tragedy," Ellen's Tweet continued. Last week, Patrick Dempsey, who played Derek, shared his gratitude with the fans on Twitter.

    Access Hollywood
  • Income tax filing deadline extended to May 5 due to 'human error'

    Canadians are getting more time to file and pay their taxes due to a mistake by the Canada Revenue Agency. The deadline for most Canadians was set for the end of April. "Minister Findlay has made it clear that this incorrect information is unacceptable and therefore she has directed her officials to ensure no Canadians are penalized for the CRA's error," Carter Mann said in an email.

    The Canadian Press
  • Remains of aboriginal woman missing for 10 years discovered in Alberta woods

    The family of an aboriginal woman missing for the last decade says they are heartbroken but relieved that her remains have been found in Alberta. Delores Dawn Brower, who went by the nickname Spider, was a sex-trade worker last seen hitching a ride in Edmonton in 2004. The 33-year-old was reported missing by her family a year later.

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  • 'Thin home' sells for $1.35M in Vancouver's Point Grey

    One of Vancouver's rare 'thin homes' sold last week for $1.35 million, but don't expect to see more of them popping up to solve the city's housing crunch, according to one real estate agent. The Point Grey home, which was built in 1987, is one of roughly 60 in Vancouver that were built on half-sized lots. Realtor Ken Wyder says while he's never sold one, he's been in a few, and they have a certain charm.

    CBC
  • Ujiri:No rush decisions on squad or coach after playoff disappointment

    The wounds are still fresh, the disappointment still burns. Just two days after the Toronto Raptors were "punched in the face" by the Washington Wizards, GM Masai Ujiri said he'll take some time determining the direction of the squad — including the fate of coach Dwane Casey — rather than make changes when emotions are high. Toronto was humiliated in a four-game opening-round sweep by Washington, culminating in Sunday night's 125-94 rout.

    The Canadian Press 9 mins ago
  • Grandma's agony over poison pen letters she's received for EIGHT years

    Kathleen Fortun, 72, who lost her hearing after a bout of meningitis as a child, has received the poison pen letters to her St Brelades, Jersey home. The cruel notes, which are typed in handwritten envelopes, started arriving in 2008, and are sent twice a year, but she says police are baffled as to who is sending them.

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  • The mystery (and misery) of the shrinking airline seat

    While WestJets Boeing 737s have a pitch of 31 to 33 inches, Air Canada’s Boeing 767-300ER, boasts 34 inches and the same plane flying Air Canada’s leisure-geared Rouge banner has a pitch of 30 inches, the Rebel offers a diminutive 28-inch pitch.

    Daily Brew
  • Alex Dragaytsev says he's not responsible for fatal Wyoming pile-up

    A Longueuil man who was blamed for a fatal 64-vehicle pile up on a Wyoming highway last week says he was not at fault and wants to clear his name. "When I was in jail, I thought about maybe if I did some mistake, maybe I did something wrong, you know," Alex Dragaytsev told CBC's Daybreak. Dragaytsev says he was driving under the speed limit in dense fog and light slush of April 20 when he lost control on black ice.

    CBC
  • Fight breaks out on board London to Oman flight in row over legroom

    A mid-air altercation over legroom turned into a brawl on a flight from London Heathrow to Oman, after one passenger allegedly attacked another with a shoe. The fight broke out on the Oman Air flight 102 to Muscat after one man decided to move seats because the plane wasn't full.

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  • Wedding ring lost in the Atlantic returned to Mississauga couple

    Michael Sonsogno was fishing off the coast of Florida in January when his wedding ring slipped off his finger. Three months later, he would get the ring resized. "I hear this knock on the floor and I look down and I'm watching my ring roll across the pier and down through a crack," says the Mississauga, Ont., man.

    CBC
  • Netflix and HBO border-hopping: Is anyone getting caught?

    On any given night, thousands of Canadians are breaking the rules set out by Netflix and other online video streaming services. They're watching content restricted to other countries, such as the original Star Trek series or Skyfall — the latest James

    CBC