From the headlines of Aug. 30-Sept. 6, 2012
The GOP’s is promising to leave the web alone AND to crack down on dirty content
While Washington and Pakistan are increasingly at odds, neither side wants to sever the relationship.
Kathie Lee makes viewers cringe, François Hollande caps CEO pay, and a bad week for the Biebs
Capital Diary gathers stories of a storied hotel during its 100th birthday bash.
Foreign Affairs has posted the text of John Baird’s speech in Washington yesterday on the topic of religious freedom.
Canada has a tradition that some in our country seemed to …
An Economist interview suggests a possible run for the Oval Office in 2016
The pipeline was once expected to be operational as early as 2008
No U.S. Secretary of state has travelled like Hillary Clinton does
A statement from the Prime Minister on the liberation of Libya.
“Today, Canadians join with the Libyan people in celebrating the liberation of their country. The Libyan people have courageously …
Uncle Sam leans on New Brunswickers
John Williamson, a rookie Tory MP and Stephen Harper…’s former director of communications, heard an earful this summer about American taxes. Many
The country seems well, but corruption is rampant
Katrina Onstad considers the politics of emoting.
Crying men have a little more leeway. Bill Clinton knew how to work his tear ducts – or at least a quivering lip …
The Harper government keeps announcing its intention to promote democracy, but doesn’t seem interested in talking about it
Lady Gaga makes an entrance, Mark Zuckerberg learns a new skill and Saudi women are driven to rebel
Donald Trump gets sued, Rita Chretien is found alive, and Don Cherry is angry about something again
The secretary of state backed intervention—but she’s seen first-hand what horrors inaction brings