Turkey is holding presidential and parliamentary elections on 24 June under a national state of emergency.It was imposed after a failed military coup against President Erdogan nearly two years ago.But who’s been affected by the state of emergency? The BBC's Chris Morris reports.
Antar Davidson quit his job at a youth migrant shelter in Arizona after 5 months because he says he was placed in situations and told by superiors to do things that were against his morals
Is gay conversion therapy growing in Canada? While there is much to celebrate during Pride month, there are faith-based groups in Canada planning events this summer that, LGBTQ activists say, are practising a version of “conversion therapy,” which purports to change sexual orientation. Wendy Mesley talks
Some of U.S. President Trump’s traditional base of support in the Christian community, including evangelicals, is outraged that his immigration policy is separating kids from parents. The CBC’s Wendy Mesley speaks with Jo Anne Lyon of the Wesleyan Church about what this policy could mean for Trump politically
In the U.S. asylum seekers have watched helplessly as their children have been taken away from them under Donald Trump's new zero tolerance immigration policy. The CBC’s Wendy Mesley speaks with Natalia Cornelio, director of criminal justice reform for Texas Civil Rights Project, about the stories
The mother of a boy who had his medicinal cannabis oil confiscated at Heathrow Airport said the ordeal had been "horrific and cruel".Charlotte Caldwell said her son Billy was prescribed the medication to stop epileptic seizures by an NHS GP in 2017, but was then told he could no longer prescribe
Getting frustrated with your teams performance at the World Cup? Here's some Russian football insults for you. The BBC's Victoria Uwonkunda reports.Produced by James Reevell.
Paul Manafort, U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign chair, was sent to jail pending a trial after his bail was revoked. National security lawyer Bradley Moss discusses the latest developments.
Former NDP MP Paul Dewar sits down with The National's Rosemary Barton following the public disclosure of his terminal brain cancer prognosis
More than 120 firefighters called to blaze that gutted the Mackintosh building at the Glasgow School of Art, which was being restored after a major fire in 2014
To help her Pixar team get a real sense of the story behind her food-infused tale Bao, Chinese-Canadian animator Domee Shi enlisted an expert: her mom.
Bumblebee screenwriter Christina Hodson on dispelling Hollywood assumptions about 'star power' and taking more risks in favour of inclusion and representation.
The Pixar short film Bao from Chinese-Canadian filmmaker Domee Shi is the first Pixar film directed by a woman. The story highlights the director's Toronto childhood.
High school students from the Siksika Nation near Calgary are taking part in an archeological dig to reconnect with their history.
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that one of Trinity Western University's policies for a planned law school is unfair to LGBT students. CBC's Hannah Thibedeau explains the court's decision.
A large fire has broken out at the Glasgow School of Art for the second time in four years.Flames and plumes of smoke engulfed the world-renowned Mackintosh building in the city centre.
Residents are outraged after two children were shot at a Toronto playground. The gunshots hit two sisters, aged five and nine, who are now in stable condition.