Thursday, August 14, 2014 | Categories: Episodes
The governor has asked for calm. The police chief has asked for calm. But until protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, get what they're demanding -- the name of the officer who shot 18-year-old Michael Brown, and a promise of a full and timely investigation -- they're not going anywhere.
Robocalls: Sona guilty
The Pierre Poutine trial concludes with Conservative campaigner Michael Sona convicted of the robocall ruse -- and the reporter who broke the story wonders who else was part of the hot mess.
Author Nat Nakasa knew that, when he left apartheid-era South Africa, he'd never be allowed to return. But now, nearly half a century after his death in the U.S., his body is about to be exhumed, and returned to his homeland.
Bountiful, BC charges
New charges are approved against members of a polygamous sect in Bountiful, British Columbia -- and this time, B.C. authorities are hoping they'll stick.
BC tailings pond breach follow-up
Residents near the tailings pond breach in British Columbia have been assured the water's clean -- but many remain unconvinced.
first they made a roux -- and then he made his opponents rue the day they made that roux. His name is Joey Vendetta -- and today in Moose Jaw, he stands tall and dripping above the other competitors in a gravy-wrestling match.