As It Happens: Thursday Edition
The jaws of defeat. There's a sense of victory in Zimbabwe now that President Robert Mugabe is done — but our guest warns that his successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has earned his ominous nickname: The Crocodile.
A German politician who referred to the Berlin Holocaust memorial as a "monument of shame" is unpleasantly surprised at the view from his window: a replica of that exact monument, from a political art group.
Newfoundland Airport Music Columnist
When a group of Newfoundlanders had a spur-of-the-moment bash at the Toronto airport, it seemed like a blast — but a St. John's columnist is both bashing and blasting them for it.
Burma and Bangladesh agree to a deal that would allow Rohingya refugees to go back, but a doctor tells us the asylum seekers he's spoken to are too terrified to consider it.
Stranger Things has happened. And now, one Missouri orthodotist tells us how the hit Netflix series has turned his world upside-down — after a character wears one of the "Brace Yourself for the Future!" T-shirts he gives to patients.
The journalism non-profit Propublica says Facebook is still allowing illegal job and housing ads that can exclude viewers based on race, religion — and even disability.
Puerto Rico Restaurant
A Puerto Rico restaurant owner is offering a barbecued Thanksgiving dinner today — just one way she's trying to keep her business going while the island's power outages continue.