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The One Way Trump Has Changed America That Democrats Cannot Fix

Democrats are fantasizing about how to undo Trump's remake of the American judiciary.
Matt Laslo
8.23.19
News

NXIVM President Nancy Salzman Pleads Guilty to Racketeering Conspiracy

The conviction and new court filings suggest more ex-insiders are cooperating with the feds.
Sarah Berman
3.13.19
JUSTICE

Truck driver charged in fatal Humboldt Broncos crash pleads guilty

“His position to me was, “I just want to plead guilty,” Jaskirat Singh Sidhu's lawyer said.
Tamara Khandaker
1.8.19
JUSTICE

Judge says man who claimed 'sexsomnia' was pretending to be asleep

It’s the second time Ryan Hartman has been found guilty of sexual assault by an Ontario court.
Hilary Beaumont
11.19.18
JUSTICE

Trans sex worker on trial for murder: “I thought he was going to kill me”

The Toronto case of Moka Dawkins is shedding new light on the dangerous reality faced by transgender women in the sex trade.
Denio Lourenco
10.16.18
crime

Alek Minassian charged with three more counts of attempted murder in Toronto van attack

Minassian is also facing 10 first-degree murder charges after he allegedly plowed a van into pedestrians on a busy Toronto street.
Rachel Browne
5.10.18
World Press Freedom Day

Canada's press freedom threatened by demands to reveal confidential sources

A Supreme Court case involving VICE News reporter Ben Makuch highlights the lack of protection for correspondence between sources and journalists.
Chris Arsenault
5.3.18
Charlottesville

White supremacist who beat black man in Charlottesville was just convicted

The attorney for Jacob Scott Goodwin said his client was being unfairly maligned because he was white.
Tess Owen
5.2.18
van attack

Here’s what we know about the victims of the Toronto van attack

A chef, single mother, and a cancer survivor were among those killed in Monday's carnage.
Tamara Khandaker
Rachel Browne
4.26.18
crime

Police name 8th victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur

Police have charged McArthur with an additional count of first-degree murder in the death of Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam.
Tamara Khandaker
4.16.18
courts

Quebec mosque shooter said he was triggered by Trudeau’s message welcoming refugees

“I like lost my mind,” Alexandre Bissonnette said during his police interrogation after he shot and killed six Muslim men.
Tamara Khandaker
4.13.18
courts

Video shows heroic attempt to stop Quebec City mosque shooter

Survivors and family members watched the victims' final moments in videos shown in court at the start of Alexandre Bissonnette’s sentencing hearing on Tuesday.
Tamara Khandaker
4.12.18
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