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Amateur wildlife photographer captures photo of rare 3-antlered deer
Steve Lindberg was walking his dog in the woods near Marquette, Mich., last weekend when he came across a deer with "a pretty nice set of antlers."
Wi-Fi is illegal in this West Virginia town, but it 'keeps creeping in' anyhow
It's illegal to use Wi-Fi in Green Bank, West Va., because the town is home to a massive observatory that requires electromagnetic silence to operate. But it's becoming difficult to enforce that law as smart technology becomes more popular.
Anti-Trump books keep 'going missing' at an Idaho library, says director
The director of the library in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, says someone has been taking books off the shelf — specifically politically progressive titles and those that criticize U.S. President Donald Trump — and stashing them where no other patrons could possibly find them.
'The simple things': Program that grants small wishes to dying patients deemed a success
The 3 Wishes Project, which began in Hamilton, Ont., is successful, powerful and cost-effective, according to a new study.
The last time he protested Erdogan in D.C., he got his head kicked in — but he's doing it again
When Murat Yasa protested Turkish President Raycep Erdogan's U.S. visit in 2017, he was beaten so badly that he suffered long-term brain damage.
At a Florida university, student senators are also trying to impeach their president
Donald Trump isn't the only president in the United States facing a possible impeachment right now.
As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
Nov. 13, 2019
Dutch government ordered to repatriate children of ISIS militants
Despite a government that's firmly opposed, the Netherlands has been ordered by a Dutch court to repatriate 56 children living in difficult circumstances in Kurdish-run camps in Syria.
Children still being placed in immigration detention 'on a regular basis': report
Jenny Jeanes with Action Réfugiés Montréal says that Canada is not 'living up to the commitment' to limit family separations and the detention or housing of minors in immigration detention centres.
Unseen for decades, elusive 'mouse deer' spotted tiptoeing through Vietnamese forest
For the first time in nearly three decades, a conservation group has sighted a tiny two-tone mouse deer, called the silver-backed chevrotain, in Vietnam.
As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Writer who said it's 'time to say goodbye' to Don Cherry surprised he was actually fired
When Sunaya Sapurji wrote an article titled "It's Time To Say Goodbye To Don Cherry And His Xenophobic Ways," she never thought it would actually happen.
'We have everything,' says woman who narrowly escaped Calif. fire with her baby 1 year ago
When a wildfire burned Ellen Johnson's home to the ground last year, she felt like she had lost everything in the Camp Fire. But one year later, she says she can't believe how lucky she is.
Scottish poet tells the story of a Canadian vet in post-WW II America — in verse
Robin Robertson's The Long Take: A Noir Narrative chronicles the post-war journey of a traumatized soldier from Cape Breton, losing himself in the big cities of America, in the form of an elegy.
As It Happens: Monday Edition
Nov. 11, 2019
Italian senator and Holocaust survivor 'will not give up' because of threats: colleague
Holocaust survivor and Italian senator-for-life, Liliana Segre, has been given a police escort after receiving anti-Semitic messages and threats.
Canada 'like a dream' for refugee who spent 6 years in Australia's Manus Island camp
Amir Sahragard is the first of two Manus Island refugees coming to Canada through a private sponsorship by the Australian-Canadian organization Ads-Up Canada.
30 years on, East German activist recalls the 'quite unexpected' fall of the Berlin Wall
When the Berlin Wall cracked open in November, 1989, Jens Reich was not there to see it. Which is striking, because the physician and molecular biologist was a leading activist in East Germany's civil rights movement.
As It Happens: Friday Edition
Nov. 8, 2019
Harvard has 'moral obligation' to pay reparations for slavery, says Antigua PM
The prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda says Harvard isn't doing enough to acknowledge its ties to slavery. He is calling on the American university to pay reparations for building itself up on the "blood, sweat and tears" of his people.
The Mona Lisa — and its throngs of fans — should vacate the Louvre: NY Times art critic
The Mona Lisa has become more of a "holy icon" than a work of art, and it needs its own pavilion outside the museum, argues Jason Farago.
This rare, purebred alpine dingo pup is giving conservationists hope
Residents in Wandiligong, Australia, found what they thought was a stray dog or fox in their backyard garden in August. But a DNA test shows it's actually a rare alpine dingo.
As It Happens: Thursday Edition
Nov. 7, 2019
Brazilian 'forest guardian' who protected the Amazon from illegal loggers has been killed
An Indigenous land defender who protected the Amazon in Brazil has been killed by suspected illegal loggers. His death comes during a year marked by violence and devastation in the Amazon rainforest.
How this writer got an apology from David Letterman 10 years after she called him out
A decade after Nell Scovell wrote about the "hostile, sexually charged atmosphere" behind the scenes at Late Night with David Letterman, she finally got an apology from the comedy host.