Canadian figure skater says she was unaware of abuse allegations against former partner | CBC Sports
Canadian figure skater Vanessa James says she's "deeply disappointed" in her former partner Morgan Cipres, and had no knowledge of abusive behaviour while the two were competing together.
Claire Keegan: 'I think something needs to be as long as it needs to be'
or those who know and follow her work, a new Claire Keegan book is as rare and precious as a diamond in a coalmine.
Ontario coroner to review cases of unidentified human remains for links to residential schools | CBC News
The office of Ontario's chief coroner is embarking on a review of unidentified human remains found in the last four decades to determine if any are linked to former residential schools.
French PM meets Pope as Catholic child abuse scandal rages
The long-planned trip to Rome, which includes talks with Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, follows the publication of a devastating report estimating that French Catholic clergy had abused 216,000 children since 1950.
Jets look to get back on track vs Sharks after season-opening loss
The Winnipeg Jets will be looking for a much better effort as they continue their season-opening West Coast swing this weekend.
Family says toddler molested on ship, Disney denies claim
The Vermont family has sued Disney Cruise Lines after they say their three-year-old was assaulted in a ship's daycare center.
A Vermont family says their toddler was molested on a Disney cruise. The company says the allegations are 'wholly without merit.'
"We will vigorously defend this case in court."
'Succession' Returns, With No Real People Involved
In the new season of the dynastic HBO drama, the very rich are even less like you and me than they used to be.
US justice department to investigate alleged Texas juvenile detention abuse
The US justice department has launched an investigation into juvenile detention facilities in Texas after receiving reports of physical and sexual abuse by staff members against children, the US assistant attorney general for civil rights, Kristen Clarke, said on Wednesday.
UN starts vaccinating people against Ebola in Congo
LONDON - The World Health Organization said Wednesday that officials have begun vaccinating people in eastern Congo against Ebola, after it was confirmed last week that the disease killed a toddler.