Wrongfully convicted, Jon Stewart's influence, $39 burger
Ivan Henry shows off the ankle bracelet that he had to wear for the past two years. Photo by Jonathan Hayward/CP
After 26 years in prison for rape, a B.C. judge has acquitted Ivan Henry. He's a free man now, ready to resume his life. His daughter join us tonight. But what's life like after the justice system takes part of it away? We find out from Ronald Dalton, who was wrongfully convicted of his wife's death.
Jon Stewart has been named the most influential man of 2010 by AskMen.com. U.S. President Barack Obama appears on "The Daily Show" tonight, three days before the Rally To Restore Sanity on Capitol Hill. How has Jon Stewart become possibly the most powerful court jester in American history?
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A $39 burger. VJ John Northcott visits Dangerous Dan's in Toronto to bust the myth that people eat junk food because it's cheap. The owner of the burger shop says that's not the case, people eat fatty food because it makes them feel good, and a fax tax won't stop them.
Plus Reshmi has the news of the hour, and Mark shares his Disconnect on a raging online movie debate. Tune in, 8:00 p.m. ET live.