Long Island's 'Tupperware queen' opens up about her struggle with gender identity
Jennifer Bobbi, who was once the top Tupperware salesperson in North America, is profiled in the new ABC News feature "Unsealed."
Quebec lawmakers pass law obliging citizens to uncover faces
Legislators in Canada's Quebec province have passed a religious neutrality bill that will oblige citizens to uncover their faces while giving and receiving state services, triggering criticism that the law targets Muslim women
IBM and Canadian Pacific climb while Electronic Arts drops
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday: IBM Corp., up $12.99 to $159.53 The technology and consulting company reported much stronger sales than analysts expected. Twitter Inc., down 26 cents to $18.02 The short-messaging service is vowing to crack down on hate speech and sexual
Hinchcliffe and Wickens team for Canadian IndyCar lineup
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports will field an all-Canadian lineup next season as James Hinchcliffe returns to the IndyCar team alongside Robert Wickens. Hinchcliffe signed a multi-year contract extension with the team, while Wickens will be making his IndyCar debut. The duo marks the first
1st report of drone collision with commercial flight
The drone slammed into a commercial plane about to land in Quebec City with six passengers and two crew members aboard, officials said.
GM workers at Canada factory ratify contract, end strike
Auto Workers at a General Motors plant in Canada have overwhelmingly voted for a new contract, ending a strike that lasted almost a month
'Motivated' podcast: How to bounce back from an injury
New York Jets cornerback Buster Skrine and orthopedic surgeon T. Sean Lynch give tips on how to recover from an injury both physically and mentally.
Freed hostages settle in Canada after release from Taliban captivity
American Caitlan Coleman, her Canadian husband Joshua Boyle and their three children are staying with relatives in Toronto after being held captive in the mountains of Afghanistan by a Taliban-affiliated terrorist network.
Taliban denies rescued Canadian hostage's accusations
A Taliban spokesman has rejected as "false and propaganda" the allegations of rescued Canadian hostage Joshua Boyle that his child was murdered and his wife raped during his captivity in Afghanistan
Ex-hostages back in Canada after harrowing raid to free them
A couple held hostage for five years by a Taliban-linked extremist network in Afghanistan is safely back in Canada after what the husband described as a harrowing firefight during a raid to free the family