Thursday, January 20, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
No sense of closure. The Obama Administration prepares for a new round of military tribunals -- and apparently gives up on shutting down Guantanamo Bay.
He gave all of it to Nunavut. Remembering Jose Kusugak, the man who helped established Canada's newest, biggest territory.
The suspect suspect. An American investigation concludes that the man convicted of killing Daniel Pearl was not the man who actually killed him.
Aristide development. In an open letter, the former Haitian president says he's ready to return from exile, "today, tomorrow, at any time".
They got a great big convoy -- ain't she a beautiful sight? New technology links multiple vehicles in a "road train" -- so you do nothing while sitting in -- and on -- your caboose.
And...a bird in the hand has a surprisingly high street value. Colombian drug-runners enlist a bird to carry some product -- but their flight of fancy comes crashing down.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that figures that first they were fitting the pigeon -- and now they're pitchin' a fit.