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He's one of Canada's most powerful media barons, with an empire that spans newspapers, cable television and cellphone services.
A Fresno man whose long rap sheet helped inspire California's Three Strikes Law was charged with felony crimes Friday that could land him behind bars for the rest of his life.
Quebec's premier dissolved the legislature Wednesday and called an election in a bid to gain a majority of seats for her pro-independence party, a development that could lead to another referendum on separation from Canada.
Quebec's premier is set to call an election Wednesday in pursuit of a majority of seats for her pro-independence party, potentially putting the French-speaking province on track for another referendum to separate from Canada.
Tawarren Grant scored 22 points to help lead Mountain Brook to its second straight state title with a 60-57 victory over Blount in the Class 6A Boys State Championship game on Friday night.
Morgan William scored 21 points to lead Shades Valley to the first state championship in school history with a 63-49 victory over Sparkman in the Girls 6A Championship game on Friday night.
Hundreds of supporters of Attorney General Claudia Paz y Paz rallied outside Guatemala’s highest court Wednesday as the justices inside heard final arguments on whether the human rights champion should be allowed to stay in office until De...
Attorney General Claudia Paz y Paz is a small, soft-spoken woman with the quiet mannerisms of an academic, which she is. But she also displays a dogged perseverance that has made her a champion of human rights and the rule of law. And that may p...
Gov. Jerry Brown had an unlikely ace up his sleeve while attempting to woo reporters during his State of the State address today: Sutter Brown.
A strange act of protest last week in which two women tossed white powder into the face of Guatemala’s vice president has underscored the political tensions in the Central American nation.