As It Happens Tuesday Edition
Saudi deal: Clement
Opposition MP Tony Clement demands the Liberal government disclose the full human-rights report justifying the Saudi arms deal -- soon after his Conservative government, which negotiated that deal, refused to disclose the same thing.
The Saudi arms deal just got even tougher to defend -- now that human-rights activist Samar Badawi has been detained, joining her brother and her former husband in a Saudi prison.
As an eleven-year-old boy, Seth Scholes got to play saxophone for the late David Bowie -- and tonight, he'll tell us how their backstage meeting changed his life.
Halifax journalism school graduates are offered work at the city's newspaper -- with the tiny caveat that, if an expected work stoppage occurs, they'll be scabs.
It's a dark time for the Canadian dollar, and some warn the global markets are on the verge of what's called a "major correction" -- but one economist says we should lighten up.
The New Year's Eve assaults in Cologne may suggest that some refugees are out of touch with Europe's sexual norms -- which is why one Norwegian company teaches courses on the subject.
TRC: Manitoba cemetery
As a child, Katherine Nichols used to pass by Manitoba's former Brandon Indian Residential School every day -- without knowing what it was. Now, she's made it her mission to learn everything she can about the students who died there -- by investigating the school's cemetery.
There is nothing to fear but fear itself -- which is awful, because fear is scary. But one Dutch scientist says she may even be able to cure your fear of fear.
Your odds of building a time machine to find out the winning Powerball numbers are probably better than your odds of winning. But before you start building one, we'll find out for sure.