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As It Happens
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CBC's As It Happens international newsmagazine covers major stories from around the world and Canada, providing US listeners with a unique perspective on the day's news.
Thursday, May 23, 2013 9:00pmRob Ford Video: Di Giorgio, Translator Family, Stupid Songbirds Study, Juno Beach Wind, Tape: SCC Vancouver Mother, Holocaust Opera, Dateline: Operation Swill, Tape: Barbershop AnniversaryBetween an alleged rock and a hard place. Toronto Mayor Rob Ford goes public, to deny that he smokes crack, and we'll reach a councillor who says his colleague hasn't lied to him yet. Tilting against windmills. France announces plans for a wind-turbin
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 9:00pmRob Ford Update, London Machete Attack, Weiner Returns, Georges Moustaki Obit, BC Landslide Homes, Tape: Confinement, Body Fungus, Script: LickspittleOnly a handful of people have seen it -- but it's still a viral video. Toronto is unwell -- and a member of Mayor Rob Ford's executive committee says things won't improve until he addresses allegations about a cellphone video that reportedly shows him smo
Tuesday, May 21, 2013 9:00pmSenate: Cowan, Email: Leitch on Senate, Tape: Rob Ford and Doug Ford, Autobahn Speed, Oklahoma Rebuilds, Health Canada: Blood, GIF DebateA whitewash in the red chamber? James Cowan, the Liberal leader in the Senate, asks if a Conservative-dominated committee can be trusted to investigate Mike Duffy's secret deal with the Prime Minister's right hand man.
Monday, May 20, 2013 9:00pmOklahoma Tornado Family, Senate: MP Kellie Leitch, Lovesick Swan, Rios Montt Verdict Thrown Out, Oklahoma Storm Survivor, Man Gets Citizenship, Obit: Ray ManzarekThe vortex. A tornado ravages the community of Moore, Oklahoma, killing at least twenty-four people -- and tonight, I'll speak with members of two families who survived, after moments of pure terror.
Sunday, May 19, 2013 9:00pmLost at sea -- lost on land. The village of Tabusintac, New Brunswick has been hit by a series of setbacks and tragedies -- but none of them compares to the deaths of three young lobstermen whose boat capsized this weekend.