As It HappensOntario mother explains why she's on strike against sex edMay 4, 2015 | 9:39They've walked the walk to prevent teachers from talking The Talk.
Thousands of parents in Ontario kept their children home from school because they're unhappy with the province's new sex ed curriculum. We speak to Claudia Ruili, one of those parents
As It HappensWanksy highlights potholes with penisesApr 30, 2015 | 6:12A road artist in Manchester, England is using art to highlight the problem of potholes in the city. He's drawing penises around the potholes hoping that will push the city to fix the holes.
As It HappensFisherman yanked overboard by a hungry sea lionMay 1, 2015 | 6:38Dan Carlin was posing for a photo with his catch when the sea lion leapt seven feet out of the water, latched onto the fish - and his hand - and dragged him under water.
As It HappensThe sounds of silence at the ballpark in BaltimoreApr 29, 2015 | 6:00It was more liking watching a golf game, than a ball game. Due to the unrest in Baltimore this week, the Orioles played the White Sox before an empty ballpark today. Citing safety concerns, no fans were allowed into Camden Yard.
As It HappensThe cellist of Baghdad.Apr 30, 2015 | 6:33The principal conductor with the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra takes to the streets of Baghdad for an impromptu performance in the blast zone of a car bombing that killed at least five people only hours earlier.
As It HappensSex and Revolution. Author Mona Eltahawy argues the Middle East can't have one without the otherApr 28, 2015 | 25:59In a feature interview, the Egyptian-American journalist discusses her own decision to stop wearing a headscarf, to become sexually active and why she believes sex and agency for women go hand-in-hand.
As It HappensResearchers use drones and dogs to fight avocado fungus in FloridaApr 30, 2015 | 6:46A team of researchers are developing strategies to prevent a beetle that is attacking avocado trees and threatening Florida’s $100 million avocado industry