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'We are not being complacent': Liberals don't expect sudden surge of Salvadoran asylum-seekers

The Liberal government has a contingency plan for a potential flood of Salvadoran asylum seekers, but

'We dropped the ball': Some Indigenous people had access to HIV drug for years without knowing

When two-spirit organizer and HIV/AIDS activist Harlan Pruden heard the news that the preventative drug PrEP was now available cost-free in B.C. he

'We choose life,' says pastor at 1st service since deadly Texas church shooting

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Hundreds of people gathered in the tiny town of Sutherland Springs,

Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell Were BOTH Elsa for Halloween: 'We Sent Each Other Photos' (Exclusive)

“So, our daughter thought Halloween was on Saturday,” Kunis says, adding that Kutcher dressed up as

DJ Khaled and Ed Sheeran Respond to Vegas Shooting at 'TRL' Premiere: 'We Have to Come Together' (Exclusive)

DJ Khaled is trying to respond to Sunday’s horrific Las Vegas shooting with love and positivity. The

'We have to be here': Catalans line up for independence vote in banned Spanish referendum

​Catalans started to form queues early on Sunday morning as they sought to defy Spanish authorities

'We can't sleep in peace': Caribbean residents face destroyed homes, food shortages, thieves after Irma

Dominga Tejera picked her way around fallen palm trees rotting in mud as she returned home

Kristen Bell 'Staying Positive' While Preparing for Hurricane Irma: 'We Didn't Have the Option to Leave'

“Last run to the store for #irma hurricane holdover prep while bracing down in Orlando. We

'We keep on going back out there': The race to save Houston's abandoned pets

Behind some buildings in Rockport, Texas, close enough to a main road that you can still

'We want to get to them': Houston mayor says 185 'critical' rescues are priority

At least 2 deaths blamed on the storm. About 6.8 million, a quarter of the Texas