MONTREAL — One of North America's largest property owners says the growing popularity of shared office spaces can inject youthful energy into traditional office towers and give hope to struggling communities.
BERLIN — Angela Merkel, who has steered Germany through several global crises as its first female leader, said Sunday she will seek a fourth term as chancellor in elections next year, when she could find herself up against the anti-immigrant populist tide that has swept both Europe and the U.S.
VIENNA, Va. — This year's class of Rhodes scholars from the U.S. includes students who have used data to visualize sea level rise, some who speak several languages and the son of undocumented immigrants.
WINNIPEG — Health Minister Jane Philpott will meet Monday with families involved in two cases where babies were switched at birth at a northern Manitoba hospital in the 1970s, a spokesman for the families says.
LIMA, Peru — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and leaders from Asian and Pacific nations — so eager to cement free trade in the region — are leaving an annual summit facing an uncertain future about the movement of goods, people and services across borders.
PUKHRAYAN, India — Rescuers finished searching the last of 14 mangled train carriages that derailed in northern India, killing at least 127 people and leaving about 150 more injured, police said early Monday.