Tuesday: Laval Mayoralty Threats, Bees: Health Canada, Weiner Monologues, Simpsons Math, and more...



Campaign promises -- and campaign threats. In Laval, Quebec, the mayoral election becomes ominous, when one candidate's campaign manager is reportedly attacked -- and another candidate says he's been threatened.

The buzz is dying down. Bee populations are dwindling across the country, and pesticide chemicals are being blamed -- so we'll find out what Health Canada is doing to save the hives.

In transit, even in death. More than 280 bodies have been pulled from the sea near Italy after a migrant boat capsized -- and there's a movement to have them returned to Eritrea for burial.

He was Poguetry in motion. Philip Chevron wasn't just the guitarist for a Celtic punk band whose songs could punch you in the face while breaking your heart -- he was one of its driving forces.

Comedy equals tragedy minus pants. There's a new off-off-Broadway play that dramatizes the rises and falls of Anthony Weiner -- and lays bare more than his ambitions.

And...even in its final form, it will still be a draft resolution. Michigan State Representative Brandon Dillon wants to make it the law that bars in his state serve the amount of beer they're supposed to be serving -- because he's a glass-totally-full kind of guy.

As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that thinks he's missing the pint.

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