Monday November 20, 2017
As It Happens: Monday Edition
Keystone XL: Nebraska
Nebraska regulators give the thumbs-up to the Keystone XL pipeline, but TransCanada seems to think they're all thumbs because the company wanted one route, and they approved another.
Charles Manson Obit
As a 24-year-old reporter, Linda Deutsch covered one of the most notorious murder trials of the 20th century and tonight, she remembers that assignment, and the figure at the centre of it: the late Charles Manson.
Bob Unger's former face protection has achieved the immortality that eluded the man who wore it: his decades-old goalie mask is headed to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
She was working on a sexual assault bill with the backing of a Democratic senator but after the allegations against Al Franken, our guest asked him to remove his name.
Days after an Argentine navy submarine vanished, bad weather is interfering with a search for the vessel and the dozens of crew members on board.
First, someone sent CNN correspondent Nima Elbagir a video of people being sold as slaves in Libya and then she saw it with her own eyes.
A Manitoba farmer explains how he stayed cool even in the extreme cold of an icy river after his truck plunged off a bridge.