Top Stories Peacekeeping deployment could still come in 2017, Trudeau insists 2017-03-26T00:00:39.000000Z The Liberal government has yet to formally serve notice to the United Nations that it's ready to join international peacekeeping operations. But Prime Minister Justin Trudeau insisted Canada might still have boots on the ground in 2017, which would head off a major embarrassment. Suspect in fatal shooting on Las Vegas Strip surrenders after standoff 2017-03-25T21:39:52.000000Z The suspect in a fatal shooting on the Las Vegas Strip on Saturday surrendered to police after barricading himself inside a bus. Liberals must sell budget to premiers after 'challenging' health talks 2017-03-25T20:49:15.000000Z Liberal MPs stuck around Ottawa on a rare Saturday to hammer out a plan to sell their recent budget to constituents in the coming weeks, but the government also will have to move past the bruising health accord negotiations to get the provinces on board. Self-driving Uber vehicle hit in Arizona crash 2017-03-25T19:40:35.000000Z Officials say a self-driving Uber SUV was operating on its own when it was struck by another vehicle making a left turn at an intersection in Arizona, where the company is testing autonomous vehicles. EU nations renew fragile pact amid threats from nationalism, Brexit 2017-03-25T17:08:34.000000Z Today 27 nations renewed their pledge to the European Union amid concerns over Brexit, nationalism and the threat of terrorism. Fans, friends remember Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds at public memorial 2017-03-25T15:31:22.000000Z Fans and friends paid tribute to Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds at an uplifting, jovial memorial for the late actresses who died in December. PepsiCo, Walmart, Starbucks suspend all YouTube ads over offensive content 2017-03-25T15:10:29.000000Z An advertising boycott of YouTube is broadening, a sign that big-spending companies doubt Google's ability to prevent marketing campaigns from appearing alongside repugnant videos. U.S. military confirms airstrike on Mosul area 'corresponding' to reports of civilian casualties 2017-03-25T14:22:07.000000Z The U.S military confirmed on Saturday that U.S. warplanes had hit an Islamic State-held area of the besieged Iraqi city of Mosul where residents and officials say dozens of civilians have been killed as result of an airstrike. Why Venezuela's government is 'terrified' of calling an election 2017-03-25T13:55:00.000000Z Amid a severe economic crisis, opinion polls show that support for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his party is collapsing. In response, electoral authorities have shelved or delayed elections large and small. U.S., U.K. begin electronics ban on flights from several Muslim-majority countries 2017-03-25T12:52:05.000000Z New travel restrictions on direct flights to Britain and the United States from several Muslim-majority countries take effect today, meaning electronic devices larger than a cellphone must be placed in checked baggage.