As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
North Korea latest
North Korea claims it just successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile — and for once, there are serious concerns that's more than just propaganda.
An Indigenous activist's ceremony mourning atrocities against First Nations people in Nova Scotia is disrupted by a group calling themselves "the Proud Boys" — five of whom are Canadian soldiers.
A new project at Thomas Jefferson's plantation is restoring the living quarters of Sally Hemings, the enslaved woman who's believed to have had at least six of his children. To our guest, that's important — because she works at Monticello and is also a descendant of Hemings.
The grandson of a patient at an Ottawa care facility gets video evidence of a worker repeatedly punching his grandfather in the head — and now he's wondering how such a thing could have happened.
Fentanyl Cop Update
After an Ohio cop tells us he overdosed from touching a tiny amount of fentanyl, a Toronto toxicologist prescribes an antidote to that anecdotal evidence — and raises questions about what really happened that night.