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  1. Federal government called ‘irresponsible’ for skipping upcoming nuclear disarmament talks

    03.29 / 00:42 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Canada is abstaining because negotiating a nuclear weapons ban without the involvement of states that have nuclear weapons ‘is certain to be i…
  2. Trudeau Foundation sponsors Liberal MP’s travel, raising conflict of interest concerns for PM

    03.29 / 00:18 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    The foundation spent $2,760.12 to bring Arif Virani to a conference in England — the first time it has sponsored an MP's travel in its sixteen year h…
  3. ‘Expect no apology’ for his comments about ‘gay lifestyle,’ Brad Trost’s campaign says

    03.28 / 22:36 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    ‘In case you haven't noticed, Brad's not entirely comfortable with the whole gay thing,’ a spokesman for the Conservative leadership candidate said in a vid…
  4. As Conservative leadership race moves to home stretch everyone’s trying to look like they have momentum

    03.28 / 22:36 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Analysis: Two candidates seem to have set themselves ahead of the pack in this 14-candidate race but the pack's pick could very well decide who is Harper's…
  5. John Ivison: Slow, steady O’Toole makes his pitch to be the CPC’s consensus candidate

    03.28 / 22:10 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Even rivals admit O’Toole has run a solid ground game, particularly in Nova Scotia, where he was stationed in the navy, and in his home province of O…
  6. John Ivison: Slow, steady O’Toole makes his pitch to be the CPC’s consensus candidate

    03.28 / 21:19 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Even rivals admit O’Toole has run a solid ground game, particularly in Nova Scotia, where he was stationed in the navy, and in his home province of O…
  7. Insurer violated crash victim’s rights by accessing his credit score, federal watchdog rules

    03.28 / 21:19 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Company argued credit info on claimants helps combat insurance fraud, but privacy commissioner says there is no evidence that's…
  8. Lawyer says Senator Don Meredith will honour ethics committee invite to appear

    03.28 / 20:06 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    However, Bill Trudell says it's not clear what form Meredith's appearance on April 4 will take, adding it could be via video or…
  9. Trump will argue he is immune from lawsuits in state courts until he leaves office

    03.28 / 20:06 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    A ruling that Trump cannot be sued in state courts would have implications far beyond the case of the former 'Apprentice'…
  10. Photos: Remote Australian peninsula reveals richest collection of dinosaur tracks ever found

    03.28 / 20:06 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    In some parts, the coastline was so churned up by dinosaur prints that it was hard to identify individual…
  11. First of two G20 police misconduct cases delayed after complainant Adam Nobody axes lawyer

    03.28 / 19:12 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Adam Nobody opted to represent himself rather than have a lawyer do…
  12. U.K. to review case of man who beat wife and was spared jail because she wasn’t ‘particularly vulnerable’

    03.28 / 18:48 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    The judge described the complainant as 'plainly an intelligent woman' who 'went to university.' His remarks sparked outrage over the damaging myths of domestic…
  13. Spiders could theoretically eat every human on Earth in one year

    03.28 / 17:57 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    It would take approximately 2,000 pounds of spiders to consume a 200-pound man in one…
  14. Duke of Edinburgh hands over keys of his notorious personal London taxi to British museum

    03.28 / 17:33 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Despite putting the cab into retirement, the 95-year-old Duke will not be hanging up his car keys just yet, and is understood to be continuing to drive other…
  15. Police not called until 60 hours after Regina woman’s fatal plunge down a hotel laundry chute, inquest hears

    03.28 / 17:09 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Delay cost investigation potential witnesses and evidence, says chief investigator. Mix-up in police communication also meant delay in toxicology…
  16. U.S. investigating North Korea’s possible role in cyberheist of $81M from Bangladesh central bank

    03.28 / 17:09 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Researchers discovered that a rare piece of code used in the theft had also been used in the hacking attack on Sony Pictures in December…
  17. Case becomes fight in Trump political war: Father of Maryland teenager charged with rape is arrested

    03.28 / 16:44 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    The case was highlighted by the Trump administration as a reason for pursuing a 'crackdown' on illegal…
  18. Texas woman charged after giving ‘hitman’ $20,000, two Rolex watches found dead day before court date

    03.28 / 15:58 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Valerie Busick McDaniel and her boyfriend were arrested in an intricate murder-for-hire plot after they they were shown staged photos of the abduction and…
  19. Race to reclaim Syrian dam before it bursts, cuts off the country’s electricity, and causes ‘massive scale flooding’

    03.28 / 15:29 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    The United Nations has also warned that damage to the dam, which supplies electricity to much of Syria, could lead to 'massive scale…
  20. Protesters clash with baton-wielding police in Paris over killing of Chinese man, 35 arrested

    03.28 / 15:29 www.nationalpost.com Nationalpost.com - Top Stories
    Crowds of protesters gathered in homage to a Chinese man killed Sunday by a police officer, angry at reports that he was shot in his home in front of his children and didn't…