Jail, affirmative action, Detroit today
A riot inside a provincial jail in Quebec City has left two inmates dead and six others injured. Tonight, an ex-con explains why prisoners riot, and tells us what life's really like inside Canadian jails.
Sara Landriault was looking at a job at citizenship and immigration, only to discover she couldn't apply, because she's white. The administrative assistant position was only open to aboriginal applicants. Is there still a place for affirmative action?
Canadian neighbour Detroit has seen better days. Last year, Forbes ranked Detroit as the second emptiest city in the U.S. This evening, the rise and fall of urban America.
Plus the latest in news, What in the World, and Mark's nightly Disconnect. It all starts at 8:00 p.m. ET live.