As It Happens: Thursday Edition
Syrian fire victim
He left chaos for safety. But three years after escaping the war in Syria for a new life in the U.K., Mohammad Al-Haj Ali died in the fire that consumed a London high-rise in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Two Canadian men are among those charged for brutally attacking protesters at the Turkish's ambassador's residence in Washington D.C. last month. Now, a Canadian victim explains how she helped authorities identify the suspects.
During a run on a forest trail, a woman is attacked by a raccoon with rabies — but instead of succumbing to mask hysteria, she drowns her assailant in a bog.
Democratic Congresswoman Primila Jayapal tells us why she's joined 195 of her colleagues to take the U.S. President to Court for violating a constitutional provision that's supposed to keep him from cashing in on his high office.
Hair piano teacher
Our guest's concerns go from minor to major when a piano teacher gets snippy with her 7-year-old daughter — not in the sense of giving her grief, but in the sense of giving her a haircut.
As far as our guest is concerned, Theresa May's new relationship with the Northern Irish DUP goes beyond strange to worrisome. He's the former chief negotiator for Northern Ireland — and he says that alliance might threaten the peace accord.
First it headed into space. Then, it headed back. But when it headed to the International Space Station a flatworm had one head — and when it headed back, it had a second one. A double-header interview on that subject.