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Artificial sweeteners linked to obesity epidemic, scientists say

Artificial sweeteners may exacerbate, rather than prevent, metabolic disorders such as Type 2 diabetes, a study suggests.

What reviewers say about iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus

Many reviewers are describing Apple's iPhone 6 is the best smartphone available or "ever made."

King Richard III killed by two blows to bare head, forensics show

Scientists in Britain have given blow-by-blow details of King Richard III's death at the Battle of Bosworth more than 500 years ago and say two of many blows to his bare head could have killed him very swiftly.

Apple's iOS 8: It's delivery day for new mobile operating system

It's delivery day for Apple's new mobile operating system iOS 8, with iPhone and iPad users by the millions expected to download the new software.

North Korea-bound American swimmer arrested by South Korea

South Korean border guards have arrested an American man they believe was attempting to swim across a river to rival North Korea, a South Korean defence official says.

Undecided voters could swing for Scottish independence: Éric Grenier

On Thursday, Scots will decide whether to leave the United Kingdom and dissolve their union of more than three centuries.

What Scotland independence crusader Alex Salmond learned from Quebec

Scotland's separatist leader was laying the groundwork for an independence vote during Quebec's referendum in 1995, Don Murray writes.

U.S. is off to a war that doesn't make sense – again: Neil Macdonald

When U.S. President Barack Obama tried to build consensus last year for an air campaign against Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, the American public balked.

Scottish referendum polls favour No side, with undecideds in play

On Thursday, Scots will decide whether to leave the United Kingdom and dissolve their union of more than three centuries.

Ebola outbreak: Why the U.S. is taking the lead

With no one really in charge of the international response to Ebola, the U.S. government is taking the lead.

Benghazi hearings begin in Washington, but unknown when there they'll end up

The House Select Committee on Benghazi gets its public debut Wednesday, two years after militants in the eastern Libyan city killed the U.S.

ISIS spreading out in Syria, blending in ahead of expected airstrikes

Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has gone underground in its Syrian stronghold since President Barack Obama authorized U.S.

'Easy Rider' chopper going up for auction

The Captain America chopper Peter Fonda rode in Easy Rider is coming to auction, where it could fetch more than $1 million US.

Watch: Inside Scotland's 'Yes' Camp

Watch the report from The National as CBC's Nahlah Ayed travels in Scotland to get the pulse of the independence movement just a few days ahead ahead of a historic vote to determine the country's future course.

Michael Brown shooting: Grand jury probing officer's actions extended

Protesters seeking the immediate arrest of the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old disrupted a government meeting Tuesday, renewing calls to remove the county prosecutor investigating the case.

Fast-moving California wildfire destroys homes

Aided by calmer winds and another day of fire-retardant bomber sorties, firefighters mopped up Tuesday around the smouldering remains of 100 structures, most of them homes, after a wind-driven wildfire raced through a hillside neighbourhood and forced more than 1,000 people to flee this small town n

Gaza rebuilding agreement brokered by United Nations

The United Nations has brokered an agreement to enable the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip, giving a lead role to the Palestinian Authority while involving the private sector, the UN's top Mideast envoy said Tuesday.

Tourists airlifted, locals 'start over' after Hurricane Odile

The Mexican government begins airlifting the first of thousands of stranded tourists out of the hurricane-ravaged resort area of Los Cabos, as many residents pick up the pieces of shattered, flooded homes and prepared to start over after Hurricane Odile.

NASA reveals astronauts' new ride to the International Space Station

This afternoon, NASA will announce which private U.S. companies win the right to transport astronauts to the International Space Station.

'We are praying': Philippines braces for volcano explosion

Mount Mayon, the most active volcano in the Philippines is erupting. Hot glowing rocks and lava are spewing out and volcanologists warn it could soon explode, prompting authorities to order 12,000 residents near the volcano to leave the area.