As It Happens: Thursday Full Episode
Legend of stand-up comedy. Now, guilty of sexual assault. One of the first women to come forward with allegations about Bill Cosby tells us how she feels about today's verdict.
New regulations for female athletes will ban those with naturally high testosterone from competition -- and that has some people's blood boiling.
Texas .5 km race
A Texas town prepares to hold an athletic event that's already something of a running joke: a point-five K race -- I said point- five K -- with a coffee and donut station at the halfway mark.
Golden State Killer suspect
Michelle McNamara spent years writing about the Golden State Killer before she died -- and tonight, one of the people who helped finish her book reflects on the news that police have finally arrested a suspect.
Bryan Stevenson is the man behind a new memorial to thousands of victims of lynchings that has just opened in Montgomery, Alabama.
Prentice Flight: Transportation Safety Board
The Transportation Safety Board says pilot disorientation was likely the cause of the plane crash that killed former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice -- but without a black box recording, we'll never know for sure.
Surgeons complete the first-ever full penis and scrotum transplant on a wounded war veteran. And one of the doctors in the operating room says the patient's life was profoundly changed by the procedure.