In this week's 'Ask Peter' series a viewer asks, "When you are not on The National how is the stand-in chosen?" It's a great question as the summer brings us several outstanding journalists who will fill in for Peter over the next month.
Marco Rubio, whose poll numbers rose after a strong third-place finishing in the Iowa caucuses, came under attack from his rivals in Saturday night's Republican debate. Chris Christie led the assault and Rubio struggled to return fire during the high stakes faceoff. more »
CBC's Nahlah Ayed is in Cologne, where criticism of Germany's refugee policies doesn't appear to have softened, despite efforts to show the city has learned its lessons from the New Year's Eve assaults on women. more »
Fear kicks our brains into overdrive, forcing us to focus only on the things that matter to survival. That's why it's difficult to remember all the details of these experiences later, psychologists explain. more »
"In this environment, too many news organizations are holding back, out of fear," says Marty Baron, the former editor of the Boston Globe, highlighted in the movie Spotlight. Neil Macdonald reports on their dinner conversation. more »
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