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David Common brings you the news that has broken overnight, with a look ahead to the day's expected events. The program features the latest international news, as well as the top domestic stories. It is also an outlet for CBC journalists to break original stories.
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- Analysis Walter Palmer, dentist and lion slayer, now on the internet hunt list video
- It was not a good day for anyone when Walter the trophy hunter met Cecil the iconic lion, and now the deadeye hunter is in the eye of an internet shaming storm. No amount of hunter-speak can make this right, Neil Macdonald writes.
- New Olympic bids are about more than just money
- Toronto is rumoured to be one of the cities mulling a bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics, but it may be having second thoughts after Boston's decision to pull out.
- Trial adjourned for Mohamed Fahmy, Canadian journalist on bail in Cairo
- A Cairo court session for Al Jazeera television journalists being retried has been adjourned, and it is not yet clear why, or when the session will resume.
- New Keystone XL pipeline bill: Alberta will not lobby U.S. video
- Amid talk U.S President Obama is about to reject the Keystone XL pipeline, Alberta Energy Minister Marg McCuaig-Boyd says the provincial government will not intervene.
- Analysis What U.S. Fed chair Janet Yellen doesn't know: Don Pittis
- Why does U.S. Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen keep us guessing about when she is going to raise rates? Because there are still plenty of unknown risks on the road to recovery.