Tucker-ed out. Stephen LeDrew was paid to speak his mind on the Toronto cable station CP24 - but after he went on Fox to speak his mind with Tucker Carlson, he's not getting paid anymore - because he's fired.
Offender-in-chief. On Twitter, Donald Trump viciously attacks Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand -- but our guest says all the name-calling has backfired, and improved the Senator's name recognition
Damming with faint praise, or loud criticism. Over the strenuous objections of environmentalists, Indigenous leaders, and landowners, the BC government announces that the Site C hydroelectric dam will go ahead.
Everyone saw this coming -- but no one knows where it ends. After U.S. President Trump officially names Jerusalem the capital of Israel, there's a predictable explosion of violence -- but our guests can't predict what's next.
Donald Trump called it "very fresh thinking". It's not: more than one president has proposed naming Jerusalem as the capital of Israel in the past -- it's just that the current one has brashly gone ahead and done it.
Casting the "nyet" wide. The International Olympic Committee bans Russia from competing at next year's Games -- but our guest, a Russian sports reporter, says that, when it comes to denying wrongdoing, the Kremlin will stay on track.
Insult to injury. After a nineteen-year-old Good Samaritan is shot and killed in Hamilton, Ontario, one witness is questioning the actions -- and inaction -- of the paramedics who arrived to treat him.
The Flynn edge of the wedge. Former national security advisor Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI, which means he's cooperating with Robert Mueller's investigation -- which may mean trouble for the rest of the President's team.
A hidden agenda, exposed. Ian Bush has already been convicted of 3 murders -- and as an Ottawa jury considers another conviction, newly-revealed evidence shows a familiar name on one of his "hit lists": our own Carol Off.
From tweetstorm to tweet-hurricane. After U.S. President Trump shares anti-Muslim videos posted by a far-right leader in the UK during his morning Twitter tantrum, British politicians signal their disgust with the irresponsible signal-boost.
One of the deadliest attacks in modern Egyptian history. It began with an explosion in the midst of Friday prayers -- and so far, 235 people are dead after militants attack a Sufi mosque in the north Sinai Peninsula.
The jaws of defeat. There's a sense of victory in Zimbabwe now that President Robert Mugabe is done -- but our guest warns that his successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has earned his ominous nickname: The Crocodile.
Their lives. His life sentence. Ratko Mladic is finally sent to prison for his genocidal bid to build a greater Serbia; I'll speak with 2 survivors of his violent crimes who say the damage continues today.
Will his country move forward -- and can he go back? After a thirty-seven-year reign, Robert Mugabe resigns as president of Zimbabwe -- and tonight, a Zimbabwean in exile hopes he'll be able to return.
The path of some resistance. Nebraska regulators give the thumbs-up to the Keystone XL pipeline, but TransCanada seems to think they're all thumbs - because the company wanted one route, and they approved another.