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  1. Venezuela Crisis

    Opposition leaders are urging Venezuela's powerful armed forces to withdraw their support for embattled President Nicolas Maduro. And they are taking their campaign abroad by lobbying foreign governments to cut diplomatic and economic ties with Caracas.

  2. USA-SHUTDOWN/

    U.S. President Donald Trump has been fighting to build a barrier along the southern border with Mexico — a battle that has plunged the federal government into the longest shutdown in the nation's history. How did we get to this point, and how might it end? CBC explains.

  3. Election 2018 Governor  Newsom California

    Jennifer Siebel Newsom is a feminist filmmaker whose husband, Gavin, is the new governor of California, and the couple is calling her the "first partner" rather than "first lady."

  4. IRS

    The Canadian government has shared more than 1.6 million Canadian banking records with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service since the start of a controversial information sharing agreement in 2014, CBC News has learned.

  5. Meng Timeline 20181224

    A Chinese official is accusing Canada and the U.S. of abusing the extradition system after the Globe and Mail published a report saying officials in the U.S. will soon proceed with a formal extradition request for detained Chinese executive Meng Wanzhou.