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The National for Monday June 18, 2018 — U.S. Immigration, Gaming Disorder, Facebook

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Inside Facebook's effort to purge troubling content

The National goes inside Facebook's effort to purge troubling content from its platform. With the company facing increasing scrutiny over the...

Rising sea levels will put U.S. homes at risk in near future

Rising sea levels will put U.S. homes at risk in the near future, according to a study done by the Union of Concerned Scientists. It says more than...

Gaming disorder now a disease according to WHO

Gaming disorder is now a disease according to a new draft of the World Health Organization's new International Classification of Diseases. For a...

Adopted Japanese children denied visas by Canada

Adopted Japanese children are being denied visas by the Canadian government. The visa suspension follows a decision by the U.S. to restrict...

Trump defends family separation tactic for dealing with migrants

U.S. President Donald Trump is defending his administration's family separation tactic for dealing with migrants, as more and more people condemn...

The origins of Trump's policy of separating migrant children and parents

The origins of the Trump administration's policy of separating migrant children from their parents can be traced to 2014, when it was first...

Trudeau government watching Trump's border crackdown closely

The Trudeau government is watching the Trump administration's border crackdown closely to determine whether its Safe Third Country Agreement still...

Canadians on the front lines of New York's war on opioids | Dispatch

Canadians are on the front lines of New York's war on opioids. CBC's Steven D'Souza reports on the workers trying to open the first supervised...

Former MP Paul Dewar embracing life after terminal cancer diagnosis

Former MP Paul Dewar sits down with Rosemary Barton to talk about embracing life after his terminal cancer diagnosis. »»» Subscribe to The...

Lobster season takes hit to protect North Atlantic right whale

Lobster season is taking a hit to protect endangered North Atlantic right whales, spotted off the coast of New Brunswick. »»» Subscribe to The...

Toronto cyclist and pedestrian deaths prompt call for change

After three Toronto cyclists and one pedestrian died this month after being hit by vehicles, safety advocates are calling for change. CBC's...

Trump's tariffs could affect Quebec byelection

U.S. President Donald Trump's tariffs could affect the outcome of a federal byelection in Quebec. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more...

Zero tolerance policy rips apart migrant families in U.S.

The Trump administration's zero tolerance policy on illegal entry is ripping apart migrant families in the U.S. CBC's Paul Hunter reports on the...