The week's biggest stories
The Rundown returns, ticking off milestones and benchmarks, so you don't have to. Consider:
The video 'Gangnam Style' by the South Korean rapper Psy has become the most-viewed on YouTube with at least 805 million hits. If you're wondering how a video of a song with Korean lyrics and over-the-top dance moves achieves such status, you are not alone.
The Rolling Stones have embarked on a series of concerts to celebrate 50 years together.
Elsewhere this week:
The state of New York estimates the bill to repair the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy will be about $42 billion.
Canadians are prouder of universal health care than they are of the monarchy, according to a recent survey.
There has been an increase in Canadians who prefer wine to beer, says a recent study.
The Grand Canyon may be older than previously thought.
A new study shows all but one of the world's major ice sheets are melting, and doing so rapidly.
The so-called "exergames," the active video games, should not be considered a substitute for real exercise, says Active Healthy Kids Canada.
This winter in Canada? Much harsher than last year.
Engineers at the University of Toronto have received a $2.2-million grant, partly financed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, to research a better toilet.
The United Nations is indicating it may get involved in Internet governance.
Dozens of deaths have been reported in Libya, amid fierce fighting in Benghazi and near the airport in the capital Tripoli.
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