He's hoping nothing succeeds like succession. An opposition leader in Zimbabwe hopes for a peaceful, democratic transition of power in his country -- as President Robert Mugabe faces increasing pressure to resign.
The grass is apparently greener on the other side. As Toronto's Chief of Police, Julian Fantino compared legalizing weed to legalizing murder. Tonight, I'll speak with him about his new business: a medical marijuana health clinic.
Holding pattern. Over and over again, French judges have ordered officials to free Ottawa university professor Hassan Diab from prison. And over and over again -- most recently, today -- French appeals courts have refused to let him go.
No way in - and, increasingly, no way out. The far-reaching crisis in Yemen deepens after a coalition led by Saudi Arabia closes the country's borders - and even if the blockade is eased, the tension won't be.
In the U.K., they call him "Jihadi Jack". But John Letts calls him "son". And now, he's asking the British and Canadian governments to help free his son Jack from Syria, where he's accused of being a member of ISIS.
Spoiler alert: we're the spoilers. In a new U.S. federal government report, hundreds of scientists reach a conclusion the President has already rejected: humans cause climate change -- and it's getting worse.
From Russia, with "Likes". According to Facebook, 126 million people saw posts written by Russian agents before the U.S. election -- and our guest says it's time the social network took some responsibility.
Is he just winding up or is he winding down? U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller issues indictments against three men linked to President Donald Trump's election campaign -- but our guest wonders where he's going.
More than money on his mind. Abdullah Almalki and two other Canadians were paid more than 30 million dollars for Canada's role in their torture in Syria -- but he says the compensation does nothing to stop the nightmares.
Face value. Quebec's Justice Minister would like to apologize for the lack of clarity around the province's ban on face-covering: it's not about targeting Muslim women, she says -- it's about improving communication and safety.
Turnabout is unfair play. For years, Bill Browder has been lobbying governments to place sanctions on Russia for the death of Sergei Magnitsky -- and now, Russia is out to make problems for Mr. Browder.