Thursday, February 24, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
The Dairy State is curdling. The protests in Wisconsin continue to rage -- and the governor continues to insist he won't budge on his "budget repair bill".
Blessed are the cheese takers. People from all over the world want to show their support for Wisconsin's protesters -- and they're doing it with the help of one Madison pizzeria.
Doing what he can from where he can. He can't join the protests -- so instead, a Libyan man is helping get medical supplies into the country from the Egyptian border.
The rodeo to recovery. To improve safety for people and animals, the Calgary Stampede announces changes to the rules of three events.
From the manor borne. A British judge rules that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden -- meaning his stay at a country estate may be cut short.
And...their pees are cues. That is to say, new research indicates that male capuchin monkeys bathe in their own urine to show females that they're super-sexy.
As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that brings you two stories of males whose leaks attract a lot of attention.