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Dolphins can recognize each others' whistles — and their pee, new study finds
Researchers studying dolphin communication found that the cetaceans can recognize their friends and family members by the taste of their urine.
Pub in village of Vogue tells Vogue magazine: no, we're not changing our name
Mark Graham, the landlord of the Star Inn at Vogue, says the Cornish village pub will not be changing its name, despite an earlier demand from Conde Nast.
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A rare 'penis plant' that smells like rotting flesh has bloomed in the Netherlands
People are lining up in the Netherlands to spend time with a giant plant that looks like a penis and smells like a corpse.
As It Happens: The Friday Edition
Friday, May 20, 2022
These parrots use their beaks as a 3rd limb to climb — and they're really good at it
It’s hard to climb with two legs and no hands — unless you’re a parrot.
White supremacy is a 'harsh reality' in Canada, says public safety minister
Canada’s public safety minister says the racism and white supremacy behind the mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., are alive and well in Canada.
Marvel's new transgender hero is a plucky troublemaker who fights for the underdog
The newest crime-fighting mutant in the Marvel comics universe is a plucky, anti-authoritarian do-gooder who fights for the little guy against unbeatable odds. She also just happens to be transgender.
As It Happens: The Thursday Edition
May 19, 2022
May 19, 2022 Episode Transcript
A couple woke up to find a dog snuggled in bed with them. It was not theirs
When Julie Johnson noticed a furry creature snuggled up in bed with her and her husband in the middle of the night, she didn’t think too much of it. After all, they have three dogs. But when they woke up the next morning, they found an entirely unfamiliar face staring back at them.
As It Happens: The Wednesday Edition
May 18, 2022
May 18, 2022 Episode Transcript
Spirits are high in Kharkiv as Ukraine drives back Russian troops, says resident
Nearly three months ago, Maria Avdeeva spoke to CBC on what she described as the "most awful" day of her life — the day Russia invaded Ukraine. Now, he says she's finally feeling some relief.
As It Happens: The Tuesday Edition
May 17, 2022
May 17, 2022 Episode Transcript
Buffalo mass shooting has this local pastor fearing for his neighbours and children
In the wake of the mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., Pastor Darius G. Pridgen is trying to comfort his community, guide his children and make sense of a senseless act.
As It Happens: Monday Edition
May 16, 2022
May 16, 2022
Why Sweden is moving away from its 'non-aligned' status and towards NATO
Sweden’s rapid move towards NATO membership shows just how much the country’s ideology has changed, says analyst Bjorn Fagersten.
From funky fungi to melodious mangos, this artist makes music out of nature
At the intersection of biology and electronic music, you can find Tarun Nayar plugging his synthesizer equipment into mushrooms and other forms of plant life, hoping to capture their invisible bioelectric rhythms and build them into tranquil soundscapes.
This 71-year-old writer's coming-of-age novel is a debut like no other
Okanagan First Nation writer Brian Thomas Isaac's debut is a window into a unique Indigenous boy's childhood.
This mother doesn't know how she'll feed her baby as formula shortage rages on
Darice Browning is down to four cans of the specialty baby formula she needs for her 10-month-old daughter.
May 13, 2022 Episode Transcript
As It Happens: Friday Edition
Friday, May 13, 2022
This Texas woman with dementia went missing. Her dog helped save her
When Sherry Noppe went missing, her son Justin Noppe and his siblings were worried. Their mother had recently been diagnosed with dementia. But now she's home safe — thanks in no small part to the family dog.