WASHINGTON – A new government report details 87 shipwrecks — most sunk during World War II decades ago — that could pollute U.S. waters with tens of millions of gallons of oil.
Of all the weapons of warfare we’ve created over human history, landmines have to be the most insidious, simply because they continue to kill thousands of people every year, even in places where wars have been over for decades. Now, Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Two of the Via Rail terror suspects allegedly contemplated poisoning the air or water before settling on the plot to target a passenger train, according to newly released U.S. court documents.
Ottawa no longer wants to waste time and money trying to lure American tourists to the land of moose, mountains and Mounties.
The promise of cheaper flights is driving many Canadians across the border to U.S. airports — costing millions of dollars in lost revenue in Canada — but the federal government says it won’t subsidize air travel.