The drama then reached its peak in 2012 when Tosh filmed a skit implying that Dyrdek is a pedophile. Dyrdek angrily responded on Twitter suggesting that he would be fine settling the score the “old-fashioned way.” Tosh continued to troll Dyrdek, writing, “[F]air enough but if you have to beat me up, can we film it and put it on my show so people will actually watch it?”
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) wrote to the Defense Department’s acting inspector general Sean O’Donnell on Friday, asking him to “review the potential misuse of funds by the Department.” They also asked O’Donnell to investigate whether the payments were “needlessly duplicative,” given that some of the defense contractors that got awards also received relief loans from the Small Business Administration.
President Donald Trump on Saturday announced Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Now Democrats have less than 40 days to try to stop her appointment before the Nov. 3 election.
High school teacher, community volunteer, wife, mother and grandmother — Joan Williams packed a lot into her 71 years. And on Saturday, in her West Vancouver home with her family by her side, she ended her life on her terms through medical assistance in dying, also known as MAID.
Roger Wiebe is one of millions of Canadians who has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, despite never contracting the virus.
Zabrina Ferrier and Matt Kozak, side by side in layers of firefighting gear, covered in soot and smiling.
You’ve likely heard of the summer slide: where students might start the school year having lost some numeracy and literacy skills after a two-month break in formal learning.
The economy is in a ditch, and millions of Canadian workers still find themselves unemployed or underemployed compared with where things were before COVID-19. And still the stock market is posting some record gains.
Advocates for Canada’s news media sector have welcomed the federal government’s clearest pledge yet to squeeze web giants for compensation. But there’s evidence it will be a long, difficult process.
Some parents are fuming over rules requiring toddlers to wear masks on airplanes — after they were turfed from flights in Canada and the United States, thanks to their non-compliant two-year-olds.