As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Politicians are promising action — but one of the millions of Desjardins customers whose data was breached says those assurances don't leave him reassured.
A Russian scientist announces his plan to edit human embryo DNA to prevent deafness — but a Canadian bio-ethicist says that kind of genetic meddling should remain unheard-of.
A cockatoo named Snowball became an international star for his ability to shake a tailfeather — but new research shows he's actually self-choreographed some extremely fancy footwork. Uh, claw-work.
Salvini Migrant Centre Closed
Italy closes what was once its biggest camp for migrants — but the mayor of Palermo tells us his country should be doing more, not less, to help asylum seekers.
In the UK, too many dead people means too many cemeteries, so our guest has a solution: plant the dearly departed alongside roads and plant saplings on top of their remains.