OTTAWA -- The Trudeau government is making it even more difficult for Canadian citizens to buy guns.
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Canadian psychology professor and free speech advocate Jordan Peterson called the premier of Ontario Kathleen Wynne "the most dangerous woman in Canada" in a Toronto Sun interview.
The California city of Los Alamitos voted against being a sanctuary city Monday night.
OTTAWA -- The official opposition Conservatives are opposing the Trudeau government's plan to exclude faith groups from Canada Summer Jobs funding.
In a Saturday Facebook post,Hillary Clinton tried to defend her recent remarks that were critical of voters who supported President Donald Trump.
Fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s statement following his dismissal may have incriminated former FBI Director James Comey, according to George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley.
President Trump could hit China with comprehensive tariffs as soon as next week, according to an Associated Press report.
The Trudeau government will send military peacekeepers to a United Nations (UN) mission to Mali, according to CBC News.
A senior member of Germany's new coalition cabinet says "Islam doesn't belong to Germany."
Mississippi Republican Sen. Roger Wicker is leading a fight to stop the appointment of a "secular humanist" chaplain in the U.S. Navy.
Canada's government is making good on its threat to exclude pro-life and faith groups from Canada Summer Jobs funding --- and the financial cost is mounting, the National Post reports.
Canada’s liberal media is mourning the imminent departure of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. For outlets like the Toronto Star, where the Washington bureau chief spends his time assiduously adding up the “false statements” that he credits to President Donald Trump on weekly basis, Tillerson was the one one bright progressive light in the dark populist firmament of Trumpian America. Tillerson was almost one of them — reasonable, corporate, gay-friendly, an unrepentant member of the Washington swamp.
President Donald Trump's new economic adviser called Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a "left-wing crazy guy," even as he praised Canada as "perhaps America's greatest ally."
Doug Ford is on track to be the next premier of Ontario, if an Ipsos poll conducted for Global News is accurate.
President Donald Trump’s admission Wednesday that he had no idea whether the U.S. had a trade deficit with Canada underscores Canada’s ongoing contention that it has a trade deficit with the United States.
The Trudeau government almost greeted Beligum’s royal family with a German flag upon their arrival in Ottawa on Monday, the Canadian Press reports.
According to a new Politico/Morning Consult poll, Americans are divided over both the timing of President Donald Trump's potential summit with North Korea and whether Trump will be effective head-to-head with dictator Kim Jong Un.
Hillary Clinton is pushing the envelope of patience with her chronic griping about her failed 2016 presidential bid, Democratic campaign insiders told The Hill. They say it’s time she shut up and put up about her defeat to Donald Trump because the sour grapes are bad for the Democratic Party.
A judge who blamed a “third string” prosecutor for letting accused vandals of Confederate monuments walk is facing criticism this week. The Herald-Sun says North Carolina judge Fred Battaglia called Assistant District Attorney Ameshia Cooper “third string” in conversation at a Republican Party event. The sports analogy, apparently inspired by a Friday night basketball game between Duke and North Carolina universities.