As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Another ransomware attack hits computers around the world — and with their machines rendered virtually useless, plenty of victims are willing to hand over virtual cash.
A young Quebec man drives around the corner to sneak a cigarette after a hydro breaker explodes — and he suddenly finds himself surrounded by 9 police officers with their guns drawn.
A Norwegian rock formation that looked like a penis is nothing more than a heap of junk, after being severed by vandals — but our guest firmly believes it can be re-mounted.
When their relatively small website all but vanished from Google's results, a British couple sued — and today, their long battle ended in victory, and a gigantic fine for the gigantic search engine.
Former US Ambassador to Iraq James Jeffrey says Donald Trump's warning to Syria over chemical weapons puts the US President's reputation on the line if there's another attack.