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Four killed, over a dozen hurt in US shootings
Four people have been killed and over a dozen others injured in fresh shooting incidents in the United States.

Jeb Bush condemns Donald Trump?s anti-Muslim remarks
US Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has condemned frontrunner Donald Trump over making controversial comments, particularly against Muslims, and called the billionaire businessman a ?loser.?

US professor leaving college after solidarity with Muslims
An American female professor at a Christian university who got in trouble after wearing the hijab and saying Muslims and Christians worship the same God will leave the school.

Clinton's thin lead over Sanders in Iowa shrinks to 0.25
Democratic Party officials in the US state of Iowa have found new errors in the original count in Monday?s Iowa caucus where Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton narrowly beat Bernie Sanders.

South Korea fires warning shots at North Korean patrol boat
South Korea has opened fire on a North Korean patrol boat just a day after Pyongyang draws widespread condemnation by launching a long-range missile.

 CBC Toronto News

'He wanted to become somebody:' Mississauga shooting victim ID'd as Sharmarke Farah, 17

Police are investigating after a shooting at a Mississauga lounge claimed the life of a male teenager ? one of three, similar incidents that drew Peel and York homicide detectives to area parking lots overnight.

Homicide police investigating death of elderly man in Richmond Hill
York Regional Police cruiser

Homicide police are investigating after an elderly man was found dead in a Richmond Hill residence on Sunday night.

'Digital debris': Ghomeshi emails highlight role of 'e-discovery' in trials
Ghomeshi trial sketch - Feb 5

The unearthing of 13-year-old emails in an attempt to discredit a woman accusing Jian Ghomeshi of sexual assault underscores the growing importance of "digital debris" in criminal and civil trials, experts say.

Friends-inspired pop-up café Central Perk coming to Toronto

Feel like you're always stuck in second gear? A new pop-up café coming to Toronto in June might be just want you need if it hasn't been your week, your month or even your year.

Police watchdog called in after stun-gun arrest lands man in hospital
SIU generic

The Special Investigations Unit is investigating after an arrest made by the Toronto Police Service Emergency Task Force ended with a 27-year-old man being sent to hospital.

 CBC Canada's Top Stories

Trudeau set to reveal details of anti-ISIS mission
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau votes against ISIS motion

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to make an announcement on Monday on the future of Canada's contributions to the mission against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

Calgary bobsled accident victims ID'd as twins Jordan and Evan Caldwell
Jordan Caldwell, left and his twin brother Evan

The twin 17-year-old brothers killed early Saturday after tobogganing down the bobsled track at Canada Olympic Park have been identified as Jordan and Evan Caldwell.

Manitoba highways close as blowing snow slams province
Blizzard from the sky

Highway 75 from the Perimeter to the U.S. border has reopened, other Manitoba highways have been opening and closing depending on weather conditions.

Fourth span of Saskatoon's Traffic Bridge taken out by explosives
Saskatoon - traffic bridge - explosion

More of Saskatoon's iconic, yet derelict Traffic Bridge came down Sunday morning as crews used explosive charges to collapse the bridge's northern span.


Asia stocks slip in holiday-thinned trade

Men walk past an electronic board showing Japan's Nikkei average outside a brokerage in TokyoAsian shares got off to a rocky start on Monday after mixed U.S. jobs data helped sink shares on Wall Street, but trade was thin with many regional markets closed for the Lunar New Year holiday. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.2 percent, with Australian shares slipping about the same amount. Japan's Nikkei pared early steep losses, helped by a weaker yen, but it also was down 0.2 percent by midday.

U.S. retail sales and Yellen testimony in focus

File photo of a man in short sleeves carrying shopping bags near Herald Square during unseasonably warm weather in ManhattanGlobal markets have been in turmoil since the start of the year, with stocks and commodities prices reeling, eroding inflation and making central banks increasingly dovish - a trend that could continue with more weak economic data. China, a focus of much of the recent market concern, released foreign reserves data on Sunday which showed the central bank dumped dollars to defend the yuan and prevent an increase in capital outflows. The country's foreign reserves fell $99.5 billion to $3.23 trillion in January, the lowest level since May 2012, central bank data showed.

Volkswagen to offer generous compensation for U.S. customers: fund head

A worker wearing a protective mask stands next to a Volkswagen logo at a dealership in MadridVolkswagen will offer generous compensation packages to the roughly 600,000 U.S. owners of diesel vehicles whose emissions are over the legal limit, the head of its claims fund told a German paper. The German car maker has still not decided whether vehicle owners will be offered cash, car buy-backs, repairs or replacement cars, Kenneth Feinberg told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung. On Friday, Volkswagen postponed the publication of its 2015 results and delayed its annual shareholders' meeting as it struggles to put an exact price on its emissions scandal.

CEOs, venture backers lose big as LinkedIn, Tableau shares tumble

The logo for LinkedIn Corporation, a social networking website for people in professional occupations, is pictured in Mountain ViewBy Luc Cohen NEW YORK (Reuters) - LinkedIn Corp Executive Chairman Reid Hoffman lost almost half his $2.8 billion fortune on paper Friday as shares of his social media company suffered their largest drop on record. Other executives at LinkedIn, some at business analytics company Tableau Software Inc, and a number of the companies' venture capital backers also took losses running into tens of millions of dollars as both stocks tumbled on dismal financial outlooks. It was a humbling moment highlighting the personal exposure many technology leaders and venture capitalists face as Wall Street reassesses their value at an uncertain time for the sector.

 CBC Technology & Science

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says timeline will stay in real time

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says the social media website's stream of tweets will stay live and in real time, disputing a media report that a change was in the works.

Ghomeshi emails reveal growing importance of 'digital debris' to trials, experts say
Ghomeshi trial sketch - Feb 5

The unearthing of 13-year-old emails in an attempt to discredit a woman accusing Jian Ghomeshi of sexual assault underscores the growing importance of "digital debris" in criminal and civil trials, experts say.

Sky-high Wi-Fi: Canada's airlines roll out more internet
Flight Plan WiFi

Canadian airlines are working to expand wireless access on their flights to meet demand for the service. But Canada is still catching up to U.S. airlines when it comes to how often passengers can expect to find Wi-Fi on their flights.

When should courts and police be allowed to take your DNA?

An Ontario man convicted of animal abuse has been ordered to give a DNA sample in case he commits crimes in the future. We want to hear from you: When should courts and police be allowed to take your DNA? Should animal abuse cases warrant submitting DNA? You weighed in via CBC Forum.

 Health & Weight Loss

Super Bowl Teams' Cities See Spike in Flu Deaths
Football fans in Denver and Charlotte might want to be extra vigilant about hand washing during the Big Game this Sunday ? a new study finds that cities whose teams play in the Super Bowl have an increase in deaths due to flu that year. It found that counties that had teams advance to the Super Bowl had an 18 percent increase in flu deaths among people over age 65, compared to counties that didn't have a team in the Super Bowl that year. The researchers suspect that Super Bowl parties and other social events that bring people together for the game lead to an increase in flu transmission, particularly for those areas that have teams playing.

VALNEVA Signs New R&D Collaboration with GlaxoSmithKline for the EB66(r) Cell Line
LYON, France -- Valneva SE ("Valneva"), a leading pure play vaccine company, announced today that it has signed a new R&D collaboration agreement with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) for the development ...

Is Your Team in the Super Bowl? We Have Bad News For You
A recent study found a greater number of flu deaths in cities who send teams to the Super Bowl. Here's why.

Asesinados tres trabajadores de la campaña de vacunación contra la polio en Afganistán
Al menos tres trabajadores de la campaña de vacunación contra la poliomelitis en Afganistán han sido asesinados a tiros tras ser secuestrados en la provincia de Kunar (este), según ha informado la Policía.

 Netflix Top 100


When Sgt. Nicholas Brody, an American prisoner of war, returns home after eight years of captivity, frantic CIA agent Carrie Anderson suspects the Marine of having been turned into an Al Qaeda terrorist in this espionage drama from Showtime.

Mad Max: Fury Road

The desert wastelands inhabited by the Road Warrior are still rife with motorized gangs in this fourth chapter of the Mad Max legend. When Max encounters a group of refugees fleeing for their lives, he joins them and their fiery leader, Furiosa.

San Andreas

In the wake of a cataclysmic California earthquake, a search-and-rescue chopper pilot and his ex-wife embark on a perilous journey from Los Angeles to San Francisco in hopes of saving their daughter.


Unassuming CIA analyst Susan Cooper is far from being a James Bond type, but when she's thrust into the field to investigate the disappearance of her partner, she turns into an improbable superspy.

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