Taking care -- and leaving destruction. After airstrikes hit medical facilities in northern Syria, including four hospitals, one of the region's few remaining general surgeons tells us about the devastating effects on civilians.
Design flaw. The label Dsquared2 will be designing outfits for Canadian Olympic athletes -- to the dismay of those who remember last year's offensive "Dsquaw" line, inspired by, "the enchantment of Canadian Indian tribes".
His preoccupations, post-occupation. Harney County Judge Steve Grasty looks back at the tense negotiations that ended the stand-off in Oregon today -- and looks forward to what's next for his beleaguered community.
A poster-boy for imposters. Police say Jeremy Wilson had 27 aliases -- pretending to be everything from a DJ to a professor. An Edmonton man tells us why he believed Wilson was a Jewish soldier seeking asylum in Canada.
Cleared for no more take-offs. Canada announces it will end its air strikes against ISIS before the end of the month, and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says the focus will now be on training troops on the ground.
Not what he volunteered for. Robert Somerville describes his journey from fighting for Canada in Afghanistan -- to joining the Kurds in their battle against ISIS -- to being locked up in the Australian detention centre where we tracked him down.
Scare quotes. The US Senate's Homeland Security Committee holds hearings on security risks posed by Canada's new Syrian refugees -- and its Republican chair expresses his concerns about potential terrorists among them.