As It Happens: Monday Edition
Donald Trump took great pride in describing the death of Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi — but our guest says his policies actually made the search for the ISIS leader more difficult.
As 16 active fires burn across California, hundreds of thousands of people have been forced to flee — including our guest, who took her family, her 2 dogs, and her 6 cats.
Creepy doll museum
For its latest exhibit, a museum in Peterborough, Ontario has gathered a tiny nightmarish army that will haunt — and possibly hunt — you forever: creepy dolls.
After a dramatic week, the impeachment inquiry into President Trump continues — and a Republican Congressman says the whole thing continues to be unfair.
Refrigerated truck deaths
Families in Vietnam are convinced their loved ones suffocated inside a refrigerated truck, on its way to the UK — and an anti-trafficking expert says all signs point that way.
Jacqueline Fefer of Vancouver was out for a run on a windy day when a tree fell on her — crushing her ribs, and restricting her breathing. And she's still breathing today — thanks to a neighbour who sawed that tree apart to save her.
Hemp crop thefts
Hemp farmer Dale Weed says more and more people are stealing his crop because they're mistaking it for cannabis. Which is disappointing for the thieves. But much more disappointing for Mr. Weed and his fellow farmers.