Backlash grows against Tim Hortons worker benefit cuts
The backlash against both Tim Hortons and individual franchise owners continues to rage after some owners cut employee benefits to offset Ontario's minimum wage hike.
Trump Waives Punishment for Convicted Mega Banks, Including Deutsche, Which He Owes Millions To
Trump's relationship with Deutsche Bank dates back to the 1990's, when the bank gave a line of credit to Trump after a series of bankruptcies.
Death Toll Hits 15 in California Mudslides; Search Goes on
The death toll from the mudslides that struck Southern California climbed to 15 on Wednesday as rescue crews searched for anyone trapped, injured or dead in the onslaught that smashed homes and swept away cars.
Magnitude 7.6 Quake Hits Caribbean Sparking Tsunami Alert
One of the strongest earthquakes to hit the Caribbean in modern times struck off the coast of Honduras on Tuesday night, shaking the mainland and setting off tsunami warnings that were canceled about an hour later.
Trump blasts courts after Daca Dreamers ruling
President Donald Trump has criticised the US courts after a judge blocked him from ending protection for children brought illegally to the US by parents.
Canada files WTO complaint against US over trade rules
Canada has filed an expansive complaint with the World Trade Organization, accusing the US of breaking international trade rules.
Czech President Vows Continued Backing for Billionaire Prime Minister
Czech President Milos Zeman, who’s vying for re-election this month, pledged to stand by Prime Minister Andrej Babis even if his minority cabinet fails to win parliamentary approval on its first try.
Trump Lawyer Sues BuzzFeed, Fusion GPS on Russia Dossier Claims
Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen sued BuzzFeed Inc. and Fusion GPS for defamation over allegations about him in the research firm’s dossier that was commissioned in 2016 by the president’s political opponents and published by the news organization.
China Weighs Slowing or Halting Purchases of U.S. Treasuries
China added to bond investors’ jitters on Wednesday as traders braced for what they feared could be the end of a three-decade bull market.
Trump Says ‘Sneaky’ Feinstein Testimony Release May Have Been Illegal
President Donald Trump said Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein’s decision to release a transcript of testimony on the controversial dossier about the president’s connections to Russia was "underhanded and possibly illegal."
Colombia´s Santos Recalls Chief Negotiator After Accusing ELN of New Attacks
Santos' claims, however, go against the actions and all communications from the ELN, who has declared its interest in maintaining the ceasefire.
Mexico's Inflation Rate Reaches 16-Year High: Report
Mexico's National Statistics and Geography Institute revealed that last year's inflation rate reached 6.77 percent.