Their lack of options gives the virus plenty. Pregnant women in Brazil who've contracted the Zika virus have little recourse, because abortions are illegal and contraception is hard to come by -- but activists are fighting to change that.
At 11:39 a.m., thirty years ago, Kristin Jacques watched her teacher fall to earth. Tonight, Ms. Jacques tells us about January 28th, 1986 -- when the Space Shuttle Challenger came apart, with that teacher, Christa McAuliffe, aboard.
Seized for seizing. Members of an anti-government militia are arrested -- and now, American authorities have set up roadblocks around the Oregon wildlife refuge that's been occupied for weeks. We'll talk to one man on the inside.
First Nations double standard. The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal confirms that Ottawa discriminates against First Nations children on-reserve -- by failing to provide them the same services children get everywhere else.
A Toronto police officer is convicted of attempted murder for killing a teenager armed with a knife on an empty street car -- and the head of the Police Association says that verdict sends the wrong message.
She knew. And now everyone else does. Marina Litvinenko talks about a report from a British judge on the death of her husband, Alexander Litvinenko, which states what she's claimed all along: that he was assassinated, most likely on Vladimir Putin's order
Punishment and crime. In Iraq, Kurdish peshmerga forces have destroyed thousands of Arab homes, calling it revenge for their residents supporting ISIS -- but Amnesty International calls it a possible war crime.