July 15, 2014

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Little Sisterhood at Supreme Court

... came on Jan. 19, 1965, shortly after Elizabeth Palmer, a deputy California attorney general, concluded her argument seeking to recoup $7,554.22 from the estate...

New breakfast restaurant opens in south Fort Collins

You may also like these photo galleries: Replay. Chef David Gonzales turns over pancakes at the Original Pancake House Tuesday July 15, 2014; Home made...

Why Conservatives haven't tossed out Justin Trudeau playbook: Tim Harper

What if the attacks are working, at least to the extent that Conservatives will have planted sufficient doubt about Trudeau's judgment and ability to lead...

Stephen Harper intimidates charities into silence: Goar

That was a reasonable interpretation of the signals Stephen Harper and his colleagues were sending at the time. Joe Oliver, then natural resources minister, had...

Prostitution bill: Tories agree to narrow ban on 'public communication'

The federal government has refined its proposed rewrite of Canada's prostitution laws in response to criticism that a blanket ban on all "public communication" by...

Ready For Warren Campaign Launches To Convince Elizabeth Warren To Run ...

Sagrans said she hopes that Democrats who may not be enthusiastic about Clinton but see her as the inevitable candidate will take a second look...

Stephen Harper should show more humility

Bruce Anderson is the chairman of polling firm Abacus Data, a regular member of CBC The National's “At Issue” panel and a founding partner of...

Stephen Harper, Khaled Al-Qazzaz needs your help

The following is an open letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper from a group129 high-profile Canadians and several organizations regarding the case of Khaled Al-Qazzaz,...

Stephen Harper, Khaled Al-Qazzaz needs your help

CTV News The following is an open letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper from a group129 high-profile Canadians and several organizations regarding the case of Khaled...

Statement by Liberal Party of Canada Leader Justin Trudeau on the ...

OTTAWA – The Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the situation in Israel and Gaza: "The...

Letter: Stephen Harper has been right in his approach to Quebec

Celine Cooper may not be wrong in describing the superficial nature by which the Harper government has been portrayed in Quebec. However, she is off...

Follow Stephen Harper's Lead - U.S. News & World Report (blog)

Follow Stephen Harper's LeadU.S. News & World Report (blog)The nation: Canada. The leader: Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The message: refreshingly principled. Other global leaders who...

Dems veer into danger zone with abortion bill

With the so-called “summer polar vortex” around the corner, it may seem shocking that 55 million years ago, researchers believe it was a “steamy, runaway...

Letter: Stephen Harper has been right in his approach to Quebec

Celine Cooper may not be wrong in describing the superficial nature by which the Harper government has been portrayed in Quebec. However, she is off...

Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper's Hugely Embarrassing Economic ...

Well we all know how Stephen Harper likes to portray himself as a Great Economist Leader. The brilliant leader with the best job record in...

Prostitution bill back in the spotlight at Justice committee

(blog)Finally, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May's cross-country "Green Trail Tour" brings her to Toronto, where she'll join Green MP Bruce Hyer for a rally...

Sen. Elizabeth Warren hits road for Democrats

Boston Herald In March, Warren attended a fundraising reception and dinner in Cleveland for Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown. Days later she attended a student rally and...

Prostitution bill's fate unclear as committee begins final review

Meanwhile, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May told CBC News the bill was "so bad" there was no way to amend it, although her party intends...

Electrical service restored on the heels of Mon-Yough storms

Most Mon-Yough residents had electrical service restored by Monday afternoon after a wave of storms 24 hours before. Those storms may have been the most...

Departure of Lady Butler-Sloss puts Theresa May under pressure

The home secretary, Theresa May, has no immediate replacement lined up to take over from Lady Butler-Sloss, who resigned as chair of the inquiry into...