Facing foreign conflicts, domestic disasters, Canada's top soldier worries about readiness
News/Politics: Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre says the Canadian Armed Forces is facing demands both foreign and domestic, as it grapples with equipment and personnel challenges.
Climate and conflict contributing to worsening food crisis, says head of World Food Program
News/World: David Beasley, executive director of the UN World Food Program, sat down with Rosemary Barton Live to break down how the war in Ukraine and climate change are contributing to the current food crisis. He says 345 million people 'don't know where their next meal is coming from,' and of those, 50 million people are 'knocking on famine's door.'
Chinese hacking group targeting US agencies and companies has surged its activity, analysis finds
An elite Chinese hacking group with ties to operatives indicted by a US grand jury in 2020 has surged its activity this year, targeting sensitive data held by companies and government agencies in the US and dozens of other countries, according to an expert at consulting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Few federal employees taking part in Indigenous training sessions from public service school
News/Politics: The federal government offers its employees a variety of Indigenous cultural awareness and sensitivity programs, but participation in the optional sessions is relatively low.
Trump defends 'great woman' Ginni Thomas after Jan. 6 testimony
Former President Donald Trump praised the "courage and strength" of Ginni Thomas at a rally Saturday, days after the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas met with congressional investigators about her efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
American citizen held in Iran for more than six years released to seek medical treatment, UN spokesperson says
An elderly American wrongfully held in Iran for more than six years has been permitted to leave the country "to seek medical treatment abroad," according to a statement from UN Secretary General spokesperson Stéphane Dujarric.
National Archives says it still doesn't have all Trump White House records
The National Archives has told the House Oversight Committee that certain presidential records from the Trump administration remain outstanding, citing information that some White House staff used non-official electronic systems to conduct official business.