Wayward beaver in Port aux Basques causes concern for animal and any ...
Russell Wangersky: The place that makes problems disappear
Veteran paratrooper, SkyHawks team member share stories, handshakes in Paradise
Letter: Catch-and-release anglers aren’t the enemy
Editorial: Staking out Tory turf
Capital Auto Group to build largest Canadian Hyundai dealership in St. John’s
Bally Haly latest stop on Tely Junior Tour
St. John's triathlete qualifies for Hawaii Ironman
Locals hope they’ve left their mark with Hockey Canada
N.L. Liberals raise five times more than PCs and NDP combined in 2017
Nalcor refuses contractor information
In the news today, Aug. 20
Range of reactions to possible holiday to mark legacy of residential schools
Children, elderly at risk as smoke from distant fires hangs over parts of B.C.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week
Police dog Dyson retires
Dyson is retiring this week after seven years with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) police services unit. Police service dog (PSD) Dyson was partnered with (then Constable) Russ Moores in 2013. Dyson is Moores’ ...
Officials believe body of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts found
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Investigators have recovered a body believed to be that of a 20-year-old Iowa college student who vanished from a small town one month ago, a spokesman for a reward fund said Tuesday. Greg Willey of Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa ...
Alligator kills woman trying to protect her dog at resort
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. — A woman who often walked her dog near a golf course lagoon across the street from her vacation home was killed Monday by an alligator that dragged her into the greenish water at a private resort on the South Carolina ...
Family: Hunger-striking Ukrainian filmmaker critically ill
KIEV, Ukraine — The family of an imprisoned Ukrainian filmmaker who has been on a hunger strike for 100 days said on Tuesday he is in critical condition. Oleg Sentsov, a native of the Russia-annexed Crimea Peninsula, was sentenced to 20 years in ...
Salvadoran town deeply rooted in DC unfazed by US politics
INTIPUCA, El Salvador — In a quiet, cobblestoned town near the Pacific coast of El Salvador, residents are unfazed by the Trump administration seeking to lock up families indefinitely and ending temporary protected status for people from their ...
Confederate statue on UNC campus toppled by protesters
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — A Confederate statue in the heart of North Carolina's flagship university was toppled Monday night during a rally by hundreds of protesters who decried the memorial known as "Silent Sam" as a symbol of racist heritage. The bronze ...
Indonesia woman irked by mosque noise convicted of blasphemy
MEDAN, Indonesia — An Indonesian court has sentenced a woman who complained about a noisy mosque to 18 months in prison for blasphemy. The ethnic Chinese woman, Meiliana, burst into tears as presiding Judge Wahyu Prasetyo Wibowo announced the ...
Malaysia sees no terror link in radioactive item lost 1 week
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Malaysian police said Tuesday the disappearance of an industrial item containing radioactive material more than a week ago appeared to have no link to terrorism. Two technicians reported the device missing while they were ...
Separated Korean families have 2nd day of emotional reunions
SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — A mother wails as she embraces a son she hasn't seen since the 1950-53 Korean War. A woman weeps as she greets a grandfather she never got to know. The scenes of Koreans meeting this week, likely for the last time before ...
Abstentions in Brazil election could hurt governability
SAO PAULO — Attorney Carlos Gomes is a political junkie who plunged into campaigning for national and local candidates as a teenager. Two years ago, he even moved to Sao Paulo to work for a law firm that represents several candidates for ...