As It Happens: Monday Edition
North Korea: China
North Korea's latest test shocks the whole world -- but with the U.N. Security Council threatening further sanctions, it's China that will determine what happens next.
Nova Scotia sinkhole
A human rights worker near the border between Myanmar and Bangladesh tells us about the Rohingya people fleeing the violence -- and the plight of those left behind
They called Frances Glessner Lee the "godmother of forensic science", because she created miniature murder scenes with dolls -- and now, her dark dioramas are about to see the light of day again.
A human rights worker near the border between Myanmar and Bangladesh tells us about the Rohingya people fleeing the violence -- and the plight of those left behind.
North Korea: seismologist
After North Korea detonates a nuclear weapon, a Norwegian seismologist registers the magnitude of the explosion -- and drops an F-bomb of his own, on Twitter.
Journalist Catherine Mayer feature interview
Catherine Mayer worked at TIME for more than a decade. Then, she was pushed out -- and she says the reasons were clear: sexism and ageism. Now, she's suing the company for discrimination.
Ms. Mayer joins Carol for a feature interview, in which she puts her particular situation in context. That context being the structural sexism that affects all women in media -- and elsewhere.