The Perseverance rover’s first images provided the internet with perfect meme fodder.
Calgary-born Ted Cruz is the latest to come under fire for taking a vacation while his constituents are in a crisis.
The actor, a dual citizen, did not mince words.
The Calgary-born Texas senator may need to brush up on Canadian politics.
In the few days since Donald Trump was elected all I hear from some of the media, from some of his surrogates, from some of his pals is, "he only said those disgusting and outrageous things to get elected." They keep saying we'll see a "different Donald Trump, a kinder, gentler Donald Trump in the Oval Office." WTF?
The down-ballot race going on right now isn't getting the attention it deserves. Not good, because the stakes are very, very high. So unless voters want the next four years to look like the last eight, they better show up at voting booths and pay as much attention to the bottom of the ballot as they do to the top.
It's almost summertime and that means it's time to choose some books to read at the beach, at the cottage or, if you're running for president, on the campaign trail. Here's what this year's candidates say they're currently reading and what books are actually sitting on their nightstands.
Whether you love him or hate him, Trump wins because he is a great communicator. And you can learn from that and apply it to your own life.
I noticed a man checking his iPhone ahead of me and reading aloud GOP candidates poll numbers for Trump, Cruz and Kasich to what appeared to be his father and mother. Was that a look of glee I spotted that Trump was number one?" I whispered to my friend same. "Oh no. Don't go there."
For the average voter, it's hard to analyze this fight over political labels. Republicans and Democrats alike have their arcane political litmus tests. But it's really not that difficult if you use this handy guideline to help ideologically classify the candidates: