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Bikers descend on South Dakota for massive rally — with scant COVID-19 precautions | CBC News

The coronavirus may be changing the world, but there aren't many signs of the pandemic at the massive annual motorcycle rally being held this week at a small city along Interstate 90 in western South Dakota.

CBC News | 09 Aug, 2020
Storm chaser recounts 'monster' tornado that killed 2, injured 1 near Virden, Man. | CBC News

A storm chaser describes being close to the tornado that touched down near Virden, Man., on Friday as an 'eerie calm' before the destruction that unfolded, leaving two 18-year-olds dead and another man injured.

CBC News | 09 Aug, 2020
Lebanon information minister resigns as world leaders hold aid conference | CBC News

As world leaders hold talks on sending aid to Beirut after this week's catastrophic explosion in the city, Lebanon's information minister has announced her resignation.

CBC News | 09 Aug, 2020
Nagasaki marks 75th anniversary of atomic bombing with a plea to world leaders | CBC News

The Japanese city of Nagasaki on Sunday marked the 75th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing, with the mayor and dwindling survivors urging world leaders including their own to do more for a nuclear weapons ban.

CBC News | 09 Aug, 2020
Australia's Victoria state reports its deadliest day of COVID-19 outbreak | CBC News

Australia's second-most populous state, Victoria, reported its deadliest day of the COVID-19 outbreak on Sunday, with 17 people dying, as police thwarted a planned anti-mask rally in the capital of Melbourne.

CBC News | 09 Aug, 2020
I'm working to unlearn the racism I internalized as a biracial kid | CBC News

Growing up as a mixed race kid in a white suburb, I saw myself through the lens of whiteness and aspired to it. Doing family research into my Chinese history is part of healing that, writes Brandon Yan.

CBC News | 09 Aug, 2020
Just 257 pardons granted for pot possession in program's 1st year | CBC News

It's been one year since the government launched a program to give Canadians saddled with a criminal record for pot a fast, free record suspension, but just 257 people have been granted a pardon so far. Critics say the low uptake proves the program is a failu…

CBC News | 09 Aug, 2020
Annual Perseid meteor shower peaks this week: How you can catch some 'shooting stars' | CBC News

Looking for a fun, physical-distancing activity in the coming days? The best meteor shower of the year is upon us.

CBC News | 09 Aug, 2020
The shady history of a phone number used to set up a sham protest

A CBC News investigation started with the phone number used to organize the phoney rally for Huawei's Meng Wanzhou earlier this year in Vancouver. Turns out, those 10 digits have quite a story to tell

CBC News | 09 Aug, 2020
What's missing from Canada's plans to get kids back to school safely | CBC News

With less than a month to go until schools reopen across the country, experts say Canada’s plans to get kids back in the classroom safely are missing some key lessons from history.

CBC News | 08 Aug, 2020
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