Global National May 24

The incomparable and legendary Tina Turner, who demolished barriers in pop culture and had an indelible influence on music, has died at the age of 83. We look back at her extraordinary life, her powerful performances, and how she escaped an abusive relationship to become a solo superstar. Canada now has the highest level of household debt in the G7, with mortgages making up 75 per cent of owed money, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. How this makes Canada vulnerable to a global economic crisis, and the advice for homeowners struggling to pay the bills. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has officially entered the 2024 U.S. presidential race, where he's expected to be former president Donald Trump's main challenger for the Republican nomination. How DeSantis has branded himself, why winning over voters may be tough, and the unusual way his campaign was launched. After special rapporteur David Johnston decided a public inquiry into alleged foreign interference in Canada's democratic process was not required, he offered the opposition leaders the chance to view the classified information he based his findings on. Why most of them are rejecting his offer. And home sweet home: as rain slows Alberta's wildfire activity, Fox Creek residents are being allowed to return home. Their emotional homecoming, and why not everyone is eager to go back.