As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Hector-Louis Langevin was the architect of Canada's residential-school system -- so some believe it's time to change the name of a Calgary bridge named in his honour.
African migrants desperate to make their way to Europe often make a perilious crossing through the Sahara Desert -- and over the past two weeks, dozens have died on the way.
A mathematician explains why there's such a dust-up when a Japanese company stops manufacturing what's widely considered to be the greatest chalk on earth.
There's outrage after South Africa ignores an International Criminal Court warrant for the arrest of Sudanese president Omar al Bashir -- but South Africa's governing party is outraged about the ICC.
Scientists are flabbergasted and overjoyed when they discover that moon jellyfish don't regrow missing appendages -- they just redistribute the remaining ones until they're symmetrical again.
Jimmy Savile play
The late Jimmy Savile has been exposed as a serial sexual predator. So when a play based on him was announced in London, there was a lot of advance criticism. But the reviews have been largely positive -- and tonight, we'll speak with the playwright.
"Grexit" is a cute portmanteau of the words "Greek" and "exit". But there's nothing cute about the looming threat of Greece being forced to leave the EU -- which is a distinct possibility, as time runs short for a successful resolution.
US military transgender
A transgendered doctor in the U.S. military shares her experiences transitioning to a woman, after the U.S. Army grants her request to do so.