As It Happens, Monday Edition
Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye has been under house arrest since the dubious vote that saw Yoweri Museveni re-elected yet again — but he says he's not done fighting.
Germany refugee hotel
In the city of Bautzen, Germany, onlookers cheer as a planned shelter for refugees goes up in smoke — and local police believe it was arson.
Cape Breton housing boom
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, offers refuge to any American who's nervous that the next president will be a reality TV star whose hair is more complicated than his foreign policy.
Oregon minimum wage
Oregon gives maximum attention to the minimum wage — passing a new law that will boost your pay by different amounts depending on where you live.
Every reporter likes it when a story blows up. But in the case of the New York Times' budget travel reporter's epic tweets, the story exploded only because the bus he was on exploded first.
Hamburg K-Cups ban
To reduce the mountains of waste piling up in landfills, the city of Hamburg, Germany bans single-use coffee pods in all its municipal buildings.
911 drug bill
A private member's bill would offer immunity from prosecution for possession to anyone who calls 911 to report a drug overdose.
Third arm drummer
A team of researchers at Georgia Tech's Center for Music Technology create a cyborg drumming arm to imitate the movements of a natural human arm.