German prosecutors say no suicide note or claim of responsibility has been found after police searched the homes of co-pilot Andreas Lubitz in search of an explanation for why he may have crashed a passenger plane into the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board.
It's Friday, CTV News has 5 things you need to know before the weekend sets in. Transport Canada hopes for safer skies with new rules for pilots; Quebec’s legal fight to keep its gun registry data; a very unlikely reunion; Alberta’s lean, mean budget; and fighting back against summer’s pests. Plus, how well do you know Earth Hour? We’ve got a quiz to test your knowledge.
Prosecutors say a Colorado woman accused of removing a baby from an expectant mother's belly will not face murder charges, but they have not explained the decision or disclosed what charges she will face.
Lawyers for Amanda Knox's ex-boyfriend made a final appeal to Italy's top criminal court Friday to overturn the pair's murder conviction for the 2007 slaying of Knox's roommate, saying there were errors of 'colossal proportions' in the guilty verdict.
Saudi Arabia bombed the northern stronghold of Yemen's Shiite rebels and key military installations on Friday as a coalition led by the Gulf kingdom carried out airstrikes for a second day. The strikes hit at least six provinces, including an eastern area rich in oil and gas.
This Saturday night, millions of people around the world will turn off their lights to mark Earth Hour. The global event is now in its eight year, but how much do you know about the movement? Test your Earth Hour knowledge with our quiz.