COVID-19: The latest from The World

Racing to develop a drug to fight COVID-19

Doctors in China and the US have transfused antibodies from recovered patients directly into the blood of people with severe cases of COVID-19. Dr. Mario Ostrowski and his collaborators want to identify the genes that encode these antibodies and use them to mass produce lab-grown versions — to turn into a drug to treat the infection.


Arts, Culture & Media

Frozen River

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Courtney Hunt, director of the film "Frozen River." The film portrays human trafficking across the border between Canada and the United States.


A bright spot in depleted fisheries

Conservationists say the world's fisheries are in danger of collapsing from rampant over fishing. But a new study suggests it may be possible to head off this calamity by changing how fisheries are managed.

Global Politics

Canada's elections

In the U.S., the election season seems to last forever. But in Canada it's a more like blink-and-you-missed-it. The World's Andrea Crossan reports.

Global Politics

Concerns about e-voting

London-based electronic voting expert Jason Kitcat speaks with anchor Marco Werman about flaws he's seen in e-voting around the world and what Americans can learn from his findings.


Fireball lands in Canada

Anchor Ken Bader speaks with University of Calgary researcher Alan Hildebrand about a meteor that fell through the atmosphere and landed somewhere in western Canada.