Latest episodes from Day 6:

Mother of Parkland victim in El Paso, Beijing draws a line in Hong Kong, a Canadian Muslim boycotts hajj over Saudi war crimes, Sam Rudy says goodbye to the Broadway shows he made famous, and more.
How the search for two fugitives is upending northern communities, Puerto Rico after #RickyLeaks, what selfie-seeking Instagrammers are doing to the world's most beautiful places, the Pinkerton detective agency has a plan to profit from climate change, Microsoft's Adaptive Controller opens the door...
Jo Swinson takes on Brexit, the Impeach-o-Meter returns, the radical theology of Mister Rogers, an anti-LGBT backlash in Poland, Amanda Jette Knox on lessons learned from raising a trans child, Filipino journalist Maria Ressa on covering Rodrigo Duterte and more.
Journalist Julia Preston says the U.S. immigration court system is broken, a Canadian video game imagines a post-Brexit dystopia, a conversation with the late South African superstar Johnny Clegg, why people find the new Lion King animation creepy, capitalism on the moon and more.
Why people in Ottawa are upset about planned changes to the iconic Ch√Ęteau Laurier, top publishers lean into video games about mental health, how planting one trillion trees to stop climate change might work 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.