Latest episodes from Day 6:

Britons on both sides of Brexit prepare for an uncertain future, why Canadian Robert Schellenberg's death sentence is difficult to appeal, Michie Mee celebrates Missy Elliott's Hall of Fame induction, drop marketing culture, inexperienced Oscar winners, exhuming Francisco Franco and more.
How the RCMP polices Indigenous movements, U.S. guns fuel instability at the Mexican border, how El Chapo's IT guy may have cemented his downfall, renewed outrage over R. Kelly's alleged sex crimes, marketing in the age of Alexa and more.
Our new series on the new rules of marketing, Jon Ronson's The Last Days of August, the murky origins of healing crystals, music videos for a vicarious sunshine getaway, what Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez means for young Puerto Ricans and more.
Researchers believe psychedelic drug therapy could help treat everything from PTSD to cigarette addiction. We explore hallucinogens' transformation from party drugs to potentially revolutionary treatment tools.
Facebook's disastrous 2018, the Impeach-o-Meter, the night before Kush-mas, the director of Springsteen on Broadway, why travelling with a wheelchair can be such a nightmare, the MMA fighter pushing for medical cannabis, the elements of a successful Christmas song and more.
Full story - August 16, 2016
An image of Aaron Driver and RCMP officials
Aaron Driver attracted attention for his extremist beliefs long before he became an urgent priority of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Full story - August 15, 2016
Ibtihaj Muhammad speaks with Irene Vecchi
Bronze medal-winning fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad has drawn attention with her choice to wear a hijab in Olympic competition. But she's not the first, by far. It's an issue being faced by women at the highest level of sports around the world all the time.