Hundreds in migrant caravan turn back, some trickle into Mexico

TECUN UMAN, Guatemala - Hundreds of mostly Honduran migrants began the long trek home on Saturday, some using free bus tickets from Central American authorities, while many more members of a stalled caravan remained in Guatemala at a tense border crossing with Mexico. (Reuters)
  • Migrants camp on bridge
  • 1 arrested after fatal Kennedy subway station stabbing

    TORONTO - Police say they have made an arrest after a fatal stabbing incident at Kennedy subway station that shut down Line 3 and parts of Line 2 Saturday evening. (CBC News)
  • Deadly stabbing at TTC station
  • Abbotsford murder victim was brother of slain gang leader

    ABBOTSFORD - The man murdered last night in Abbotsford is the brother of a gang leader who was killed in North Vancouver in December. (Abbotsford News)
  • Targeted hit in Abbotsford leaves one man dead
  • Nova Scotia man accused in Ontario murder tells court: ‘I did the crime, I’ll do the time’

    CORNWALL, Ont. - Making his first court appearance in the death of his former girlfriend, Brandon Smeltzer declined his right to an attorney and declared himself “guilty” in a Cornwall courtroom Friday morning. (Halifax Chronicle Herald)
  • Nova Scotia man faces murder charge in death of young mother
  • SIU investigating after woman killed in police involved shooting

    HAMILTON - The province’s Special Investigations Unit has been called in following a police-involved shooting in Hamilton that left one woman dead. (City News)

    Nurse helping Crimean massacre victims tried to kill herself when she realized her son was the killer

    The mother of a gunman accused of murdering 21 people at a college in Crimea tried to kill herself after being told her son was behind the massacre, it has been claimed. Vladislav Roslyakov, 18, stalked his college halls with a shotgun and let off homemade explosives before killing himself in the school library at Kerch Polytechnic College. (Daily Mail)

    Investigation opened into Pennsylvania Catholic church sex abuse

    PHILADELPHIA - The U.S. Justice Department has opened an investigation of child sexual abuse inside the Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania, using subpoenas to demand confidential files and testimony from church leaders, according to two people familiar with the probe. (Time)

    Treasury employee charged with leaking financial info on Trump team

    The top Treasury Department employee who was charged Wednesday with leaking confidential financial documents pertaining to former Trump officials was apprehended the previous evening with a flash drive containing the allegedly pilfered information in her hand, prosecutors said in court papers. (Fox News)
    Cops in Cuban paradise in living hell

    ISIS fighter more important to Canadian government than Canadian cops trapped in Cuba

    For seven months two Vancouver area police officers have been detained in Cuba facing an allegation of rape made by a fellow Canadian tourist. They were held in jail for seven days and once released were told they cannot leave the country as the investigation ran its course. (Prime Time Crime exclusive)

    Hells Angels assassin turned informant makes 2nd attempt at parole

    MONTREAL - At his first Parole Board of Canada hearing in December 2016, Stéphane "Godasse" Gagné recognized the harm he did as a drug dealer and assassin for the Hells Angels, apologizing to the two daughters of the prison guard he killed. (CBC)