Monday, July 11, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
A matter of interpretation. After more than a year of increasingly anxious waiting, an Afghan translator finally gets his Canadian visa.
Folding their arms. Amid diplomatic tension, the United States cuts eight hundred million in military aid to Pakistan.
A fate worse than debt. Amid domestic political tension over the so-called debt ceiling, the United States faces another economic crisis.
Tragedy on the Volga. An overburdened cruise ship sinks in Russia -- and dozens of children are believed to have drowned.
Shooting the messenger. Argentinian protest singer Facundo Cabral lived as an ambassador of peace -- but died in a hail of bullets.
And...if I told you you had a segmented body, would you hold it against me? A new study finds worms that reproduce with the help of a male may have an advantage over those who go solo.
As It Happens, the Monday edition. Radio that assumes they don't call it a "hook-up".