Skier killed in avalanche near Lake Louise
A skier was killed in an avalanche on Mount Victoria, west of Lake Louise, Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016. Courtesy, Parks Canada. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor. If you ...
Body of skier recovered following avalanche near Lake Louise
Skier dies in avalanche on Mount Victoria near Lake Louise
Skier caught in avalanche near Lake Louise, rescue crew recovers body
Austrian customs officials find human intestines in luggage
VIENNA -- Austrian customs officials are used to finding unusual items in travellers' luggage. But human intestines were not on their list -- until now. The Austrian Press Agency reports that the organ parts were found packed tightly in plastic ...
Husband's entrails found in woman's luggage
Austria's Graz airport stops woman with husband's entrails
Woman stopped at Austrian airport with bag containing her husband's entrails
Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton: How to win a presidential debate
Political experts say Donald Trump has to show in this debate he has the temperament to be president while Hillary Clinton has to get her supporters excited again. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any ...
Ohio's African-American community no longer a sure thing for Democrats
Andrew Potter: Clinton's failing because she doesn't have a story to tell
Trump and Clinton come face-to-face in first presidential debate
Taxi drivers back in court seeking injunction against Uber
Montreal Taxi Bureau inspectors speak to an Uber driver after seizing his car on Berri St. in Montreal, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. Uber has challenged all the car seizures in Montreal Municipal Court. Phil Carpenter / -. Share Adjust Comment Print. Taxi ...
Judge to rule Tuesday on latest Quebec taxi industry injunction request against Uber
Taxi drivers protest as they await news of Uber injunction request
Is Uber the next big thing that goes kaput? This guy thinks so.
Houston shooting suspect was a lawyer: authorities
HOUSTON -- A disgruntled lawyer who had numerous weapons randomly shot at drivers in a Houston neighbourhood Monday morning, hitting six people, one critically, before he was shot and killed by police, authorities said. Another three people had ...
Houston police 'kill gunman who shot NINE people with a revolver at a strip mall'
Officials: 9 wounded in Houston shooting
Texas lawyer in Nazi uniform opens fire at strip mall, 9 injured
Colombia's 52-Year War May Soon Be Over, But What Happens Next?
Guerrillas from FARC EP meet in the early morning to get to work in Llanos del Yari, a town in an Indigenous region of southern Colombia on 21 Sept. 2016. Colombians will soon vote on a contentious and comprehensive peace deal that could end more than ...
Blind hoarder mom may not have known she was living with son's corpse – for 20 years
A Brooklyn, N.Y., woman left her house so messy that she didn't realize her son was dead in the home for 20 years. The macabre discovery was made on Sept. 15, after a relative of Rita Wolfensohn's went to her home to retrieve belongings and take them ...
A blind hoarder may have been living with the corpse of her son upstairs
Blind woman 'lived with corpse of her son for 20 years' - NYPD
Hoarder lived with dead son for 20 years: 'It's like some reverse "Psycho" scene'
Emergency Operation Center on alert as Megi nears
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Taiwan launched its Central Emergency Operation Center and put it on full alert Monday with Typhoon Megi bearing down on Taiwan and expected to pummel the island on Tuesday. Premier Lin Chuan (林全) was at the center to listen to ...
Typhoon Megi to blast Taiwan with damaging winds and flooding rain
As the bombs continue to fall on Aleppo, a new reality is descending on Syria: the long-held belief that the conflict there will only end with a political solution might not hold true.
Fifty senior Republican national security officials have signed a letter against Donald Trump’s pursuit of the presidency.
Fifty senior Republican national security officials have signed a letter against Donald Trump’s pursuit of the presidency. “We are convinced that he would be a dangerous president and would put at risk our country’s national security and well-being,” the letter stated. Some of the individuals who signed the letter include Michael V. Hayden, former director of the CIA and NSA; John D. Negroponte, first director of national intelligence; and Robert B. Zoellick, former deputy secretary of state. – NYT