As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
After Pakistan's top court overturns a woman's blasphemy conviction, we talk to the son of a man who was murdered for defending her rights.
Globe reporter quits
Globe and Mail reporter Sunny Dhillon quits after what he says was a dispute over a story involving race — which made him question his place there as a journalist of colour.
A US publisher starts putting out novels in tiny new format that she hopes might bring the industry back to life.
A NASA scientist bids a fond farewell to Kepler, the space telescope he's worked alongside for years, discovering planet after planet flickering in the starlight.
A Florida neighbourhood gets to know their new neighbours thanks to the ever-changing skeleton display on their lawn.
A journalist in Florida gets a mysterious e-mail which puts him on the frontlines of his country's battle over both fake news and Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe.
India puts up the world's largest statue but a former Canadian Premier says the man the thing is supposed to be honouring would be hanging his head in dismay.
A reciprocal program between the labour studies faculties at Cornell and a Chinese University has been scrapped — after reports that the Chinese university has been harassing and intimidating students leading a campaign for workers' rights.