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Monday July 18, 2016
Donald Trump is poised yet again to be one of the week's biggest newsmakers as the GOP anoints him their presidential nominee. The Current goes inside the mind of Trump with two experts who determine he ranges between a narcissist and an "a--hole."
Thursday July 21, 2016
As academics grapple with the government crackdown banning them from travel for work, Turkish officials maintain the severe response is justified and abides by democratic principles. The Current hears from Turkey's ambassador to Canada on the rule of law.
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Last night Donald Trump proclaimed only he could save the country. But some say he could end up destroying the Republican party itself. The Current looks back on the Republican National Convention and how Trump's candidacy fits in the history of the GOP. More video
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Kay Parley was a psychiatric patient turned psychiatric nurse. Now at the age of 93, she shares her reflections from both sides of the gurney from the then-called Weyburn Mental Institution and speaks to her experience with the therapeutic use of LSD. MoreListen 24:08
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