Wednesday, January 12, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
They want her data -- toute de tweet. An Icelandic MP and former Wikileaks volunteer avoids travelling to the U.S. -- because authorities there have demanded access to her Twitter account.
The government falls, the tension mounts. Hezbollah pulls out of the Lebanese cabinet -- destroying the coalition and creating a crisis.
Going through a difficult phrase. Sarah Palin defiantly addresses questions about her culpability for the Tucson shooting -- but her rhetoric actually raises more questions.
Sealing: the deal. Canada can't give away seal products in Europe -- but a new deal with China provides a boost to an ailing industry.
Apocalypse Mao. Years ago, Dennis Hopper put two bullets through his Andy Warhol print of Mao Zedong -- and yesterday, the perforated art fetched a tidy sum at auction.
And...bodychecks and balances. After banning a sports reporter, a B.C. hockey team allows him back in -- presumably hoping for some backhand compliments.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that's relieved -- we figured it was "No more Mister Ice Guy".