• 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.

  • Dustin Johnson cruises to Riviera win, becomes golf's new No. 1 player

    Dustin Johnson won for the 10th consecutive season on Sunday, cruising to a five-shot win in the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club to become the 20th player in golf history to assume the top spot in the Official World Golf Ranking. PACIFIC PALISADES, CA - FEBRUARY 19: Dustin Johnson celebrates his win on the 18th hole during the final round at the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club on February 19, 2017 in Pacific Palisades, California.

  • Kris Jenner Talks About the Possibility of Marrying Corey Gamble on ‘Ellen’

    Kris Jenner chatted with Ellen DeGeneres about her boyfriend, Corey Gamble, on Ellen’s show.

  • ‘The Good Fight’ Flips Diane Lockhart’s World Upside Down

    Fans of The Good Wife will be pleased to see Christine Baranski reprise her character role as Diane Lockhart in The Good Fight, a series that quickly pulls the rug out from underneath her just after she retires. Realizing that her entire savings was a fiction entangled in a Ponzi scheme by her financial adviser, she scrambles to get back into her old firm. The series also co-stars Rose Leslie from Game of Thrones and Downton Abbey as Maia Rindell, daughter to Ponzi schemer Henry Rindell and goddaughter to Lockhart.

  • Unusual purple sky over Metro Vancouver gets people talking

    Thu, Feb 16: People in Langley and the Fraser Valley are talking about a strange sky last night. Where did the distinctive “purple haze” come from? Our Global crew appears to have found the answer to the mysterious purple sky over parts of Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley last night.

  • Defence lawyer blasts those who cheered the beating of a convicted murderer

    A criminal defence lawyer who has raised concerns in the past about safety at a Calgary jail says people shouldn't be happy that a convicted murderer in a high-profile case was beaten there. Douglas Garland was sentenced Friday to spend the rest of his life behind bars for killing Alvin and Kathy Liknes and five-year-old Nathan O'Brien in 2014. Hours after the sentencing, Calgary police said a 57-year-old inmate at the Calgary Remand Centre suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital after being assaulted by several other inmates.

  • The Latest: Pence offers Ukraine's president support

    Vice-President Mike Pence has met with the president of Ukraine and assured him of U.S. support. Pence's office says he "underscored U.S. support" for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity and underlined that the U.S. does not recognize "Russia's occupation and attempted annexation" of Crimea. Russia seized the Ukrainian peninsula in 2014 and continues to support separatists fighting government forces in eastern Ukraine.