As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
The first reporter to enter Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris after yesterday's fire is staggered to see the crucifix on the altar still standing in the ruins.
Thunder Bay Threats
A high school in Thunder Bay, Ontario was empty of students again today — after the fourteenth anonymous threat in nine weeks.
A University of Illinois student in shorts realizes his outfit could get him kicked out of class — when a stranger gives him the greatest gift of all: his own pants.
Pulitzer: Capital Gazette
They'd trade their losses for this win. Maryland's Capital Gazette receives a special Pulitzer award for covering the attack on its own newsroom — which killed five people.
A new dollar coin will celebrate 50 years since Canada partially decriminalized homosexuality — but historians say that glosses over the truth about the struggle for gay rights.
People have pledged millions to rebuild Notre-Dame cathedral since yesterday's fire. But our guest says he approached some of those big donors to renovate the church before the fire — and they weren't feeling so generous.
Montreal Councillor: Bill 21
Two solitudes in a single province — as Montreal City Council votes unanimously to declare its opposition to Quebec's religious symbols ban.