Tuesday, we kick off a new series of stories called, "Walls We Don't See." Our first story profiles children who happen to share a name with someone on Canada's "no-fly" terror watch list. Also, Kaiser Kuo of the Sinica podcast helps us look at China's plan to scrap term limits. And we bring you the remarkable tale of a human skull that for many years was kept in an English pub.
The US and Canada share information from their no-fly lists, but there’s very little Canadians can do if they think they’re being flagged and delayed from boarding flights in error. It’s not just an inconvenience — it’s stigmatizing.