A trader on the New York Stock Exchange this week. Stock markets, oil prices and the dollar have all been volatile over recent weeks.
The recent scandals that have plagued the broadcaster, brought on by its incompetent managers and toxic internal environment, further erode public trust in its existence. And that is a tragedy.
The Teranet Housing Price Index showed drops in resale residential prices in five cities and longer term declines in two more.
But what does it mean, legally, to get an infringement notice?
Toronto Police misattributed the missing artwork to the 18th-century Italian master; it is instead by an anonymous follower of his work
Canada's electronic spy agency collects millions of emails from Canadians and stores them for "days to months" while trying to filter out malware and other attacks on government computer networks, CBC News has learned.
A Syrian girl flashes a victory sign after a helicopter belonging to government forces was brought down last week. At least four of the crew were captured and turned over to an al-Qaeda affiliate, a British monitoring group said.
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