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After already accepting and completing the ALS ice bucket challenge, Toronto mayor Rob Ford is facing another challenge this
Marion Barry, the former mayor of Washington, D.C. who was once caught on camera smoking crack cocaine, says Rob Ford is
In the case of someone like Rob Ford, he may have very little control over his cravings for alcohol, and this is where he deserves sympathy. In a culture where everyone has something -- coffee, cigarettes, marijuana, shopping, alcohol, need for approval, etc. -- it shouldn't be too hard for us to sympathize with someone dealing with a dependence problem. However, as a man who has good financial resources and who is capable of accomplishing significant person goals, he has considerable, personal influence over the treatment of this problem.
In his first post-rehab interview, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admits to "lying, conniving and hiding to cover up" his substance
Rob Ford says an addiction "disease" that cannot be cured caused him to say and do ugly things in the past. But the Toronto
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he will be back on the campaign trail by Canada Day. Ford, currently at the GreeneStone Muskoka
Rob Ford will be back in the Toronto mayor's chair in four or five weeks, according to his brother, Coun. Doug Ford. The
A black Cadillac Escalade belonging to Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was impounded in Bracebridge, Ontario on Tuesday afternoon
But The Globe published an editorial Tuesday also arguing Torontonians deserve more clarity in light of Rob Ford's previous
Toronto Councillor Doug Ford fought back tears Thursday as he addressed the news that his brother, Rob, will take a leave