CLEVELAND - The Ohio mother of a 3-day-old boy who died this week after he was bitten by the family dog will not face charges following an accidental death ruling by a coroner, police said on Wednesday.
The University of British Columbia is speaking out after a rainbow Pride flag raised for the school's annual OUTWeek was found burned on the flagpole.
Montreal taxi and limousine drivers targeted the city's airport Wednesday as part of their protest against against Uber.
THE HAGUE - Syrian government forces backed by Russia are carrying out a deliberate policy of ethnic cleansing around the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Wednesday.
PORT RENFREW, B.C. -- British Columbia's coroners' service has confirmed that a foot discovered on a Vancouver Island shoreline is in fact human.
LOS ANGELES - A one-year-old girl was killed on Tuesday when a bullet from an apparent gang-related shooting pierced the wall of her Los Angeles home and struck her in the head, law enforcement officers said.
SYDNEY, Australia -- A pregnant woman in Australia has tested positive for the Zika virus after travelling overseas, health officials said Wednesday.
The most dangerous job in North Korea is once again accepting candidates after the state reportedly executed Ri Yong Gil, the army chief of staff, for corruption.
An Indonesian air force plane crashed into a house on the main island of Java on Wednesday, killing both people on board and two people in the house, a senior official said.