As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Oxfam Misconduct Report
After the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, there were allegations that Oxfam workers sexually exploited the people they were there to help and a new report says Oxfam's response fell far short.
A new study finds that nearly 600 plant species have gone extinct over the past 250 years -- and even more alarming how fast they're vanishing.
Celebrity interviewer Nardwuar the Human Serviette is thorough, and thoroughly eccentric and those qualities just got him named to the BC Entertainment Walk of Fame.
New York Times International Editorial Cartoon
The New York Times says it won't be running editorial cartoons in its international edition anymore. And one artist who's a regular contributor says that decision is sketchy at best.
David Crosby battled drugs, and lots of fellow musicians and he says his checkered past is a real benefit in his new role as Rolling Stone's advice columnist.
ISIS Crop Fires
Across Syria and Iraq, enormous crop fires have destroyed thousands of acres of farmland. Our guest says those fires are a way of punishing farmers the arsonists see as apostates. And that the arsonists themselves are members of ISIS.
Grilled Cheese Maker
They came, they grilled, they conquered. They aren't the Golden State Warriors. They are the owners of the Oh My Cheeses food truck from St. John's, the People's Choice winners of the 2019 Grilled Cheese Challenge.