As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
Human rights activist Graça Machel explains why she's joined a campaign called "Code Blue," which would stop UN peacekeepers from committing sex crimes with impunity.
New Brunswick dress student
After she's given detention for wearing a halter dress to school -- and then suspended for criticizing the detention -- a New Brunswick student fights back against a policy she calls sexist.
Swedish gay sailor
Call it "gay-nar". That's gay sonar, which Sweden is now pinging out underwater -- sending anti-homophobic messages out to any Russian submarine that happens to cruise by.
Philadelphia train derailment
It was just a standard daily commute aboard an Amtrak train to New York -- before a derailment in Philadelphia turned the sleepy trip into a nightmare.
Sistine Chapel: home edition
A former decorator spends twelve years painting the inside of his home with tributes to Renaissance art in general -- and the Sistine Chapel in particular.
Burundi coup attempt
Burundi's President says the coup announced by his opponents is nothing but a joke -- but a local reporter describes a much more serious situation.
Nepal suffers second quake
It's hard to imagine that things could get worse in Nepal. But after a second earthquake, our guest is among those worried that the next one will be even more destructive than the first two.
The Vermont town of Bristol is so picturesque that the garbage is picked up by majestic horses.