|Parliament official reportedly killed gunman
A member of Canada's parliament says it was the Parliament's sergeant-at-arms who put an end to a shooting attack there today by fatally shooting the attacker just outside the caucus rooms.
|May be additional gunmen in Ottawa shooting
Police in Canada's capital are looking for another possible gunman, and perhaps two, after today's shooting in and near the country's Parliament building.
|Witness says man shot soldier 'point-blank'
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — A man who says he watched from his fourth-floor window above the National War Memorial in Ottawa as a soldier was shot today says the shooter was a man dressed in black, with a kerchief over his nose and mouth.
|Ottawa hospital says it treated 3 shooting victims
A hospital says it has received three victims from the shootings in Canada's capital.
|Canada had raised domestic terror threat level yesterday
A Canadian official says today's shooting in Ottawa came a day after Canada had raised its domestic terror threat level from low to medium.
|Gunfire erupts in Canada's capital
Police are warning people in Canada's capital of Ottawa to stay away from windows and rooftops, after a shooting at the country's Parliament building.
|UK man faked coma for 2 years to avoid court
A fraudster who pretended to be quadriplegic and sometimes comatose for two years to avoid prosecution has been convicted after police caught him on camera driving and strolling around supermarkets.
|Analysis: Fowle was North Korea's easiest US case
Why did North Korea free Jeffrey Fowle, and only him, when two other Americans remain in prison there? Probably because Pyongyang considered him the most minor of the three offenders, and may believe that releasing him could improve abysmal U.S. relations and even temper growing international criticism of its human-rights record.
|Century ago: Great War, great champagne vintage
Deep in the labyrinthine cellars of the Pol Roger champagne house, rows of century-old bottles caked in mold bear testimony to perhaps the greatest, and surely the most heroic of vintages.
|Kerry: US Congress important to Iran negotiations
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says the Obama administration has no intention of cutting Congress out of the loop on any possible deal with Iran over its nuclear program.