As It Happens - Tuesday Edition
A Nova Scotia man wins a five-year battle to be recognized as a competent adult -- and one of his first wishes is to deliver sugary treats to the people still inside the institution where he was once locked up.
Since the Brexit vote, hate crimes and acts of racism spike across the UK -- and now concerned Brits are tracking the discrimination on a Facebook page.
Jack Daniels slave
On its 150th birthday, Jack Daniel's reveals its true origin story -- that Mr. Daniel didn't learn to make whiskey from a preacher, but from a man named Nearis (NEAR-iss) Green -- who was the preacher's slave.
Police found no foul play in the death of Tanya Hill -- but, as part of a new CBC investigation called "Unresolved: Case Closed or Murder", we'll find out why Tanya's mother still has questions about her daughter's death.
His country overwhelmingly voted "Remain" -- and tonight, Alyn Smith talks about his speech to European Parliament, in which he earned a standing ovation for asking Europe not to "let Scotland down".