Tuesday, July 26, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Neither side is eager to budge it. A Republican congressman tells us about the U.S. debt crisis and the deadlock in Washington.
Exaggerated tensions. Despite the horror of last week's attacks, the Islamic council of Norway finds little evidence of religious or ethnic friction.
It runs through a river. A year ago, three million litres of oil spilled into Michigan's Kalamazoo River. Residents are still dealing with the mess.
A twisted plot twist. A New York woman falls prey to one of the most complex, diabolical and bizarre revenge plots in the city's history .
To serve, with love. The Rogers Cups waxes lyrical and hires its own poet-in-residence.
Neither rhyme nor reason. We announce the winner of this year's Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest for the worst opening sentence of a novel.
As It Happens, the Tuesday Edition...Radio that feature purple prose and cons.