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Russian propaganda broadcast into Canadian homes | The Weekly

Russian propaganda is broadcast into Canadian homes through mainstream cable packages. Wendy Mesley talks to a former RT anchor who resigned on air...

Is Trump’s Twitter feed strategic or just crazy? | The Weekly

Donald Trump’s POTUS Twitter feed has been running for a year now. Wendy Mesley asks journalist Sasha Issenberg: are his tweets are all...

The dangers of Chinese investment in Canada | The Weekly

What is the impact of growing Chinese investment in Canada? Former national security analyst Stephanie Carver tells Wendy Mesley about the potential dangers...

Graham slams Stephen Miller, White House staff

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says that the White House staff - in particular adviser Stephen Miller - is making it "very difficult" for...

Schumer: I offered Trump border wall

Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) says that he offered to include the border wall in any immigration deal while blaming the shutdown...

Hollywood awards focus on women

Hollywood awards have a focus on women this year, with the Producers Guild Awards choosing female-led films for its top honours. Tonight’s Screen...

McConnell rips Schumer: Using children as hostages

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) accused Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) and the Democrats of playing politics with children and other groups...

18 dead in Afghanistan hotel siege

At least 18 people are dead following a siege by the Taliban on a Kabul luxury hotel that lasted more than 13 hours....

Jan 21, 1998: Clinton-Lewinsky scandal breaks on CNN

Watch CNN's January 21, 1998 coverage of breaking news that Whitewater Special Counsel Kenneth Starr expanded his investigation to include an alleged affair...

White House reporter: I’ve received death threats

During a discussion on grading the White House press corps in 2017, American Urban Radio Networks Washington Bureau Chief April Ryan says she's...

White House official says Democrats are taking an ‘implausible position’ on immigration

Aftering spending Saturday trying to negotiate a deal between the White House and lawmakers, White House legislative affairs director Marc Short joins "This...

House Democrat: Pay the ‘hostage takers’ for the border wall to protect ‘Dreamers’

Congressional Hispanic Caucus member Rep. Luis Gutierrez is interviewed on "This Week" about the shutdown and what Democrats can accept on an immigration...

Democratic Whip: ‘We can resolve this (shutdown) quickly’ if Trump and leaders sit down

Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois discusses the latest on the government shutdown and efforts to secure a deal to protect so-called "Dreamers."

The Gambia’s Economy one year after Yahya Jammeh’s departure

One year after Yahya Jammeh left for exile in Equatorial Guinea with 23 years of an unrivalled iron fist rule, Gambians breathe the...

Freedom Caucus Chair: Democrats holding military ‘hostage’ with government shutdown

Republican Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) discusses the state of the shutdown on "This Week" Sunday.

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf issues Executive Order against female genital mutilation

Liberia's President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued an Executive Order seeking to protect women against domestic violence and abolishing female genital mutilation against...

Stormy Daniels cashing in on Trump controversy

On the heels of an alleged affair with then-businessman Donald Trump detailed in reporting by the Wall Street Journal and a 2011 interview...

Fareed: Immigration middle ground must be found

CNN's Fareed Zakaria says the scale and speed of immigration over the past few decades is a real issue. Just since 1990, the...

Schumer in 2013: No shutdown over immigration

In 2013, Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) said that lawmakers shouldn't hold the government hostage to specific issues calling the tactic a "politics of...

Pence: No immigration negotiations until shutdown ends

While speaking to troops at a military facility near the Syrian border, Vice President Mike Pence said that there would no negotiations on...

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BUSINESS TODAY – January 18, 2018

Member of Parliament James Paul says since the tourism sector benefits from significant concessions and incentives, it must step to the plate to...

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