BILLINGS, Mont. — Nobody can say how Bob Lance made his way from Seattle to Billings earlier this year, not even Lance.
When police found him wandering in a borrow pit along Interstate 90 in May, the 80-year-old retired labourer could say hardly anything at all.
NEW YORK — Jessica Biel is the most dangerous celebrity on the Web.
Security technology company McAfee Inc. on Tuesday reported that searches for the 27-year-old actress are more likely to lead to online threats such as spyware and viruses than searches for any other celebrity.
NEW YORK — A Canadian model has finally confronted an anonymous female blogger who called her offensive names on a Google website.
Liskula Cohen, who successfully sued Google to unmask the blogger, told “Good Morning America” on Wednesday that she called her tormentor and said she forgives her.
TORONTO — With summer jobs in short supply, many university and college students now face the prospect of trying to get through the school year on less money or looking for other sources of cash.
So it may not be surprising that along with the spike in the jobless rate, there’s been a corresponding rise in traffic to websites offering information on scholarships and bursaries.
NEW YORK — So you’re looking for a unique vacation something where you’ll get to see a lot of places for not a lot of cash.
How about a slow boat to China? (Or Brazil or Europe or Australia...)
EDMONTON—An 11-year-old Ontario girl was resting comfortably in an Edmonton hospital last night after a lengthy and rather harrowing medical procedure that ultimately will give her a shot at a more normal life.
Doctors at the Stollery Children’s Hospital gave young Grace Wood—who has DiGeorge syndrome, which causes heart defects and airway blockage—a new, functioning pulmonary valve.
GLASGOW, Scotland, — Not tonight, dear.
A report meant to highlight the health concerns prompted by rising obesity levels has found that almost three-quarters of the people it surveyed in Britain — 73 per cent — said they regularly had too little energy at the end of the day for passion with their partners. More than half — 52 per cent — couldn’t be bothered to walk their dogs.
HYANNIS, Mass. — President John F. Kennedy’s sister Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who carried on the family’s public service tradition by founding the Special Olympics and championing the rights of the mentally disabled, died Tuesday morning, her family said in a statement. She was 88.
MONTREAL—Parents who let their seven-year-old son drive a car along a bumpy back road in Quebec and filmed it to post on YouTube could be charged if they are caught by provincial police.
Video of the youngster confidently driving a Honda sport utility vehicle surfaced on the popular video-sharing website and has been seen by police.
LAKE OF THE WOODS, Ont.—Lorne Huff is a warden of walleye, a patroller of pickerel, a protector of perch, a saviour of the speckled trout and the smallmouth bass.
In other words, Lorne Huff is a member of the fish police.
Huff, a retired officer with the Winnipeg force, travels to fishing derbies throughout Northern Ontario and gives polygraph tests to competitors.