The commander of the Raqqa offensive said the city will be rebuilt, but the extremists did damage that can never be repaired
In July, Sessions strengthened DOJ's controversial use of civil asset forfeiture, which allows law enforcement to seize assets suspected to be connected with criminal activity, even if there is no charge
Several councillors say they get ongoing complaints from homeowners about cars and motorcycles with loud exhaust systems. But police say current regulations are too vague to ensure convictions.
Councillors agreed to contribute $135K over 3 years to the Navigator Program.
If a bushfire destroys your home, having sufficient insurance can make the difference between successfully rebuilding and suffering irrevocable loss.
A man accused of holding Amanda Lindhout hostage in Somalia testified in court he did not receive ransom money — even though he twice told undercover RCMP officers he got $10,000 US.
Toronto Liberal MPP Cristina Martins is putting forward a private member's bill to stop workplaces in Ontario from making high heels mandatory, saying the footwear leaves women "blistered and bleeding."
The Sudbury Theatre Centre is getting $200,000 in emergency funding from the city to help it get through its current financial woes.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a cyclist facing fraud charges after saying he was severely injured by barbed wire strung across a trail for mountain bikes.
The B.C. government has confirmed there will be an independent review to look at the devastating 2017 flood and wildfire season.
In a release, the city says all homes between 9th and 13th street on Highway 3 and 6th Ave have been evacuated. There are also businesses in the area which have also been evacuated.
The words foster care and debutante ball come together in the same sentence in the Victorian town of Morwell.