Thursday, July 28, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
New kid on the east block. The NDP appoints rookie MP, Nycole Turmel as its interim leader while Jack Layton steps down to battle cancer.
Served and turfed. Federal authorities arrest a fifth suspected war criminal, but the Canadian head of Amnesty International worries justice isn't being done.
Ambush on the eastern front. Libya's National Transitional goverment confirms that rebel leader and former Gaddaffi General, Abdul Fatah Younis, has been killed.
She's determined to clean house. The maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault says that if the criminal case falls apart, she'll file a civil-suit.
Race to the top. Not content to have a black valedictorian, a high school in Arkansas nominates a white co-valedictorian.
Now they're really living in a fish bowl. Two New Zealand goldfish become world-wide celebrities after surviving nearly a hundred and forty days in the rubble of the Christchurch earthquake.
As It Happens, the Thursday Edition...Radio that assumes they'll be getting the red carp treatment.