As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
Former Canadian Olympic boxer Custio Clayton says Montreal police didn't pull him over last night because they wanted an autograph — but because he's black.
In the wake of yesterday's deadly gas attack in northwest Syria, politics come into play — and there's renewed hope that the UN Security Council will take action.
The soft-drink giant releases a baffling commercial featuring a sweaty cellist, an ambiguous protest, and Kendall Jenner — and retracts it after disgusted viewers give it the cola shoulder.
Arpaio jail closing
After 25 years, Arizona shuts down the infamous "Tent City" jail set up in the middle of the desert by Sheriff Joe Arpaio — in part because prisoners actually wanted to do time there.
Saskatchewan library cuts
When Saskatchewan makes severe cuts to their budget, the province's libraries face lay-offs and reduced services — which means, for staff and for readers, there's serious trouble on the cards.
Polish WW2 museum
The Polish government says the country's Second World War museum doesn't showcase heroism enough. Which is why it's taking the museum over.
Too many celebrity cooks spoil the broth. And pretty much everything else they tell you how to make — according to a new study of famous people's cookbooks and their recipes for disaster.