As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
USMCA: Kim Campbell
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland helped make the U-S-M-C-A a done deal — and former PM Kim Campbell explains why she was rooting for her all along.
Nobel Prize Winner
Just before dawn today, Waterloo University prof Donna Strickland picked up her phone — and learned her work with lasers had made her just the third woman in history to win the Nobel Prize in Physics.
CERN Scientist Reaction
In a speech, an Italian physicist claims male scientists are discriminated against because of ideology — and a female scientist, who was in the audience, says he doesn't understand the gravity of the situation.
Quebec Election: CAQ
For the first time, the Coalition Avenir Quebec - C-A-Q - wins a majority — and tonight, one of the winning candidates tells us no one should panic about its approach to immigration.
Kavanaugh: Mitchell Memo
In a memo, prosecutor Rachel Mitchell tells Republican Senators she wouldn't bring criminal charges against Brett Kavanaugh — and one lawyer who worked under her says she jumped to the wrong conclusion.
Indonesia Tsunami Warning
It hit Indonesia without warning. But one day, it won't. I'll speak with a professor who spent years working on an early tsunami-detection system. She says it will save lives in the future — but that funding constraints have left installation of the warning system in limbo.
Cats vs. Rats
A researcher shares an unexpected discovery: in the battle between cats and rats in New York City, the rodents appear to be winning.