An advocacy group is fighting a ban on HPV vaccinations for girls in Calgary’s Catholic school system set out by Bishop Frederick Henry and other bishops who believe the vaccine promotes promiscuity.
A group of big-name supporters helped raise more than $375,000 for the Wikileaks founder, which they could stand to lose now that he’s seeking asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy.
Just three weeks after the birth of his daughter Pearl, reality TV star Jack Osbourne was diagnosed with the incurable disease.
Luka Rocco Magnotta, the Canadian man wanted for the murder and dismemberment of a Chinese student, was reportedly arrested in an internet cafe in Berlin.
Marina Keegan’s ode to college life became her last column ever after she was killed in a tragic car accident days after graduation.
NewsFeed says “I Don’t” to the Australian footwear company’s latest venture.
As the U.K. celebrates the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, Britons make their feelings heard on who should be the next monarch
Yes, Internet, we’ve seen it before — but this unexpected routine is as charming as it gets.
A company representing the band Trouble Funk picked a bad time to accuse the hip hop legends of copyright infringement.
The host and emotional rock of the dating show is getting ready for his own bachelorhood after announcing he’s splitting up with Gwen Jones, his wife of 18 years.
The Duchess of Cambridge may be a “fully fledged member” of the royal family now, but her effect on fashion sales is still all her own.
After 30-year-old Claire Squires collapsed on the final leg of the course, donations in her memory skyrocketed.