Monday, October 25, 2010 | Categories: Episodes |
Turnabout and foul play. Omar Khadr once vowed he wouldn't accept a plea deal -- but today, he did just that, pleading guilty to war-crimes charges.
Creature discomforts. When it comes to protecting biodiversity, Canada is accused of operating at a snail's pace -- but not for a snail's benefit.
Burying their heads in the sand. Among the hundreds of thousands of Wikileaks documents on Iraq, evidence that the U.S. military turned a blind eye to torture.
Caught under the collar. Another stack of unsealed documents reveals that Roman Catholic authorities in San Diego moved abusive priests around -- rather than dealing with their abuse.
Lovers rock in a hard place. Legendary Jamaican singer Gregory Isaacs -- considered the father of the genre known as "lovers rock" -- dies at the age of fifty-nine.
And...following his gut instinct. A British man reaches deep inside himself -- and sets a world record for the biggest collection of belly-button fluff ever accumulated.
As It Happens, the Monday edition. Radio that urges: neither a burrower nor a linter be.[an error occurred while processing this directive]