Monday January 15, 2018
The Current The abortion clause: Should groups that work against reproductive rights receive public funding?
A summer funding program now requires applicants to say they support reproductive rights, but faith-based groups say they cannot in good conscience agree to it.videoListen 23:39
Thursday January 11, 2018
The Current 'Justice can wait': advocate says leniency for convicted sex offenders ignores victims' rights
When it comes to sentencing, critics are arguing the criminal justice system is too lenient and accommodating to the men convicted of sexual assault.
Wednesday January 10, 2018
The Current Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff defends book, but feels 'guilty' about Steve Bannon backlash
It's the book that everybody's talking about — even Donald Trump. Journalist Michael Wolff shares his revelations inside the Trump White House.
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A backlash to the evolving #MeToo conversation shows a shifting dynamic, and rifts along the lines of age, class and race. More
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A one-day summit in Vancouver will discuss three main options on quelling the threat from North Korea: increased diplomacy, stronger sanctions, or a pre-emptive strike. More videoListen 24:11
As the cases of shingles rise, especially among seniors, advocates are pushing for provincial governments to cover the cost of a new and effective vaccine. More audioListen 25:06
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