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Fan who went viral blessing Mexico's team predicts World Cup win on Saturday

Martha Gonzalez caught the world's attention when her relatives tweeted out a video of her blessing each Mexican soccer player as he was shown on TV.

Is it constitutional to send someone back to prison for relapsing?

Julie Eldred relapsed after 11 days on probation and was sent back to prison, even though she was in treatment for addiction. Her lawyer, LIsa Newman-Polk, made the case to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court that the system should work differently.

Flying hot dog hits Philadelphia baseball fan square in the face

A rogue hot dog shot from a hot dog cannon at a Phillies game hit fan Kathy McVay between the eyes, leaving her with injuries serious enough to merit a trip to the hospital.

Flying hot dog hits Philadelphia baseball fan square in the face

A rogue hot dog shot from a hot dog cannon at a Phillies game hit fan Kathy McVay between the eyes, leaving her with injuries serious enough to merit a trip to the hospital.

Fan who went viral blessing Mexico's team predicts World Cup win on Saturday

Martha Gonzalez caught the world's attention when her relatives tweeted out a video of her blessing each Mexican soccer player as he was shown on TV.

Fan who went viral blessing Mexico's team predicts World Cup win on Saturday

Martha Gonzalez caught the world's attention when her relatives tweeted out a video of her blessing each Mexican soccer player as he was shown on TV.

'Prince of odometers' pulls off this perfect number sequence in the family minivan

An ordinary North Carolina man has achieved an extraordinary feat: the ultimate odometer picture, captured through careful calculation and planning.

June 21 episode transcript

Full text transcript for June 21 episode

Detroit's crumbling 'palace of transportation' is about to rise again

Michigan Central Station set to be Ford Motor Company's centre for self-driving vehicles

Is it constitutional to send someone back to prison for relapsing?

Julie Eldred relapsed after 11 days on probation and was sent back to prison, even though she was in treatment for addiction. Her lawyer, LIsa Newman-Polk, made the case to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court that the system should work differently.

Is it constitutional to send someone back to prison for relapsing?

Julie Eldred relapsed after 11 days on probation and was sent back to prison, even though she was in treatment for addiction. Her lawyer, LIsa Newman-Polk, made the case to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court that the system should work differently.

As It Happens: Friday Full Episode

Friday, June 22, 2018

Have baby, will vote: Minister Karina Gould breastfeeds in the House of Commons

Minister of Democratic Institutions Karina Gould has received a wave of reaction after images of her breastfeeding her son in the House of Commons made the rounds online.

Women allowed into Iranian stadium to watch soccer for the first time since 1979

On Wednesday night, Iranian women were back in Tehran's Azadi stadium for the first time in almost 40 years for a broadcast of Iran's World Cup game against Spain.

Have baby, will vote: Minister Karina Gould breastfeeds in the House of Commons

Minister of Democratic Institutions Karina Gould has received a wave of reaction after images of her breastfeeding her son in the House of Commons made the rounds online.

Lawyer for separated families fears there are horrors to come in Trump's new order

Lawyer Linda Rivas, who represents mothers who have been separated from their children at the U.S.-Mexico border, fears President Trump's latest executive order paves the way for detaining whole families indefinitely.

Koko, the gorilla who learned sign language, dies at 46

Animal psychologist Penny Patterson began working with Koko when the western lowland gorilla was just a year old. Despite attempts to pair her with a suitable mate, Koko never gave birth, but demonstrated a particular fondness for kittens.

Hadrian's Wall under siege by thieves wielding metal detectors

An inspector with the British government says the looters are looking for artifacts like coins and military equipment using metal detectors.

Women allowed into Iranian stadium to watch soccer for the first time since 1979

On Wednesday night, Iranian women were back in Tehran's Azadi stadium for the first time in almost 40 years for a broadcast of Iran's World Cup game against Spain.

Hadrian's Wall under siege by thieves wielding metal detectors

An inspector with the British government says the looters are looking for artifacts like coins and military equipment using metal detectors.

Koko, the gorilla who learned sign language, dies at 46

Animal psychologist Penny Patterson began working with Koko when the western lowland gorilla was just a year old. Despite attempts to pair her with a suitable mate, Koko never gave birth, but demonstrated a particular fondness for kittens.

Women allowed into Iranian stadium to watch soccer for the first time since 1979

On Wednesday night, Iranian women were back in Tehran's Azadi stadium for the first time in almost 40 years for a broadcast of Iran's World Cup game against Spain.

Looters dig dozens of holes at Hadrian's Wall — and officials are worried about a trend

An inspector with the British government says the looters are looking for artifacts like coins and military equipment using metal detectors.

As It Happens: Thursday Full Episode

Thursday, June 21, 2018

June 20 episode transcript

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