News Congress releases redacted, declassified Democratic memo 2018-02-24T17:35:09.000000000-05:00 Congress has released a redacted, declassified memo that aims to counter GOP allegations that the FBI abused government surveillance powers in its investigation into Russian election interference. 21 International Red Cross staffers have left since 2015 because of sexual misconduct 2018-02-24T12:49:29.000000000-05:00 The International Committee of the Red Cross has joined the list of prominent charities that have uncovered sexual misconduct among its staff. New parental leave planned in budget aims to get women into workforce 2018-02-24T11:12:52.000000000-05:00 Introducing a new incentive for fathers to take parental leave has largely been driven by the government's attempt to promote gender equality, including allowing women to return to work after having a baby, according to a cabinet minister who oversaw the consultations. N.L. woman found not criminally responsible in 2016 hammer death 2018-02-24T10:39:05.000000000-05:00 Anne Norris, 30, admitted to killing Marcel Reardon, 46, with a hammer. A St. John's trial found her not criminally responsible. Second Opinion | Long flight? Staying home and binge watching TV? Risk of deep vein thrombosis either way 2018-02-24T08:00:00.000000000-05:00 That deep vein thrombosis risk you've heard about on long flights? It can also happen after binge watching TV, researchers say. Former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown sends notice of libel to CTV News 2018-02-24T07:38:27.000000000-05:00 Former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown sent a notice of libel to Bell Media, the parent company of CTV News, late Friday night, CBC News has learned. Chatham-Kent rescue workers use boats to get people out of flooded homes 2018-02-24T07:25:49.000000000-05:00 A state of emergency was declared in Chatham-Kent and Thamesville, Ont., on Friday as the Thames River in those regions continued swell, flooding many areas. 'We can no longer turn a blind eye': Survivors, family members testify at MMIWG hearings in Nunavut 2018-02-24T06:00:00.000000000-05:00 Survivors and family members testified in public and private about their experiences in the inquiry's only stop in Nunavut. They talked about abuse that's "rampant" in the territory and what needs to be done to stop it. Preventing another Tina Fontaine: Calls for changes to child welfare, justice system 2018-02-24T06:00:00.000000000-05:00 The death of Tina Fontaine and the acquittal of the man accused of killing her has sparked demands for widespread changes to prevent more young Indigenous people falling through society's cracks. The punishing pressures behind K-pop perfection 2018-02-24T04:00:26.000000000-05:00 K-pop is known for impossibly photogenic young stars, impeccably choreographed dance routines and undeniably catchy tunes. But a dark side that's popping up more frequently is its punishing treatment of performers. What's so tough about K-pop life?