As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
The Senate acquitted Donald Trump of impeachable offences. And our guest, a Republican, explains why he thinks the U.S. President has won much more than simply holding on to his job.
Coronavirus: cruise ship
Thousands are quarantined on the Diamond Princess after an outbreak of coronavirus onboard — one passenger tells us how she's facing possible weeks on the jumbo vacation liner.
Peanut allergy treatment
The company behind a new drug to treat peanut allergies in children says it's a game-changer — but one pediatric allergist points to some limitations.
Six years after Sindy Ruperthouse went missing, her father welcomes plans to commemorate her and other murdered and missing women — in a place for all to see.
One million bread tags teacher
Decades ago, she began collecting bread tags to show her student what "one million" looked like — and long after she knew he'd never see the result, she kept her promise.
Bayard Rustin pardon
He worked with Martin Luther King, Jr. for years and played a pivotal role in the civil rights movement. But as an openly gay man, Bayard Rustin was targeted by anti-gay laws in the 1950s. Now he's been posthumously pardoned —something our guest says is long overdue.
Earthquakes and whales
Scientists know a lot about what earthquakes do to animals on land. But we've really just been skimming the surface when it comes to understanding what happens underwater. Until now — thanks to researchers in New Zealand, who are taking a deep-dive into their impact on sperm whales.