Scotland proposes warnings for some class A drug users
Individuals caught in possession of class A drugs in Scotland could be issued with a police warning rather than facing prosecution, in a significant policy shift announced by the country's new lord advocate as a direct response to the ongoing drug death crisis.
Former Maple Leaf Zach Hyman ready for fresh start with McDavid, Oilers | CBC Sports
Zach Hyman needed a place to train. And he knew just the person to ask.
Harry Styles haunts Noel Gallagher with win at Ivor Novello Awards
Adore You, from the former One Direction star's second solo album Fine Line, was named most performed song at the ceremony in London on Tuesday.
Brexit made an unlikely hero of Angela Merkel for Britain's remainers | Rafael Behr
ngela Merkel is used to being unimpressed by British prime ministers. She was appalled by David Cameron's casual surrender of influence in Europe, all to placate fringe elements in his party.
Harry Dunn family reach deal in US civil claim against Anne Sacoolas
The family of Harry Dunn have reached a "resolution" with the teenager's alleged killer, Anne Sacoolas, in their civil claim for damages in the US.
UK's Surveillance Commissioner warns of 'ethically fraught' facial recognition tech concerns
Facial recognition technology (FRT) may need to be regulated in much the same way as some ethically sensitive medical techniques to ensure there are sufficient safeguards in place to protect people's privacy and freedoms.
Lebanon: New government wins parliament's confidence vote
After a marathon session, Lebanon's parliament endorsed Prime Minister Najib Mikati's pledges to halt Lebanon's economic crisis.
Report: Andy Dalton suffered bone bruise in knee - ProFootballTalk
The Bears have clarified that Andy Dalton remains the team's starting quarterback when he's healthy. But he may not be healthy enough to play in Week Three.
Nabisco Strike Ends as Union Members Approve New Contract
A strike that startedlast month in Portland, Oregon and spreadto other Nabisco bakeries and distribution centers across the United States ended Saturday after unionized workers voted " overwhelmingly " in favor of a new collective bargaining agreement.