As It Happens: Monday Edition
Saudi woman seeks asylum in Bangkok
An 18-year-old Saudi woman's story goes global, after she flees her family, and barricades herself in a hotel room so she won't be deported home from Thailand.
The government shutdown passes the two-week mark — and the Democrats and the President are no closer to a compromise on the border wall.
Dream job follow-up
After a year travelling to 52 places in 52 weeks for the New York Times, journalist Jada Yuan provides some exposition about her expedition.
Jon Ronson 'Last Days of August' audible series
A feature interview with author Jon Ronson — whose investigation into the suicide of porn star August Ames got more complicated the deeper he dug.
Cyntoia Brown clemency
As a teenage sex worker in Tennessee, Cyntoia Brown killed a man — but after 15 years of a life sentence, the state governor has granted Ms. Brown clemency.
If you ask for definitive answers about the sonic attacks on diplomats in Cuba, you get crickets. I mean that that the seemingly ominous sound released by U.S. authorities was — according biology grad student Alexander Stubbs — literally crickets.