Global National: Feb. 1

Kherson, Ukraine was liberated from Russian forces in November 2022, but has remained in the crosshairs of relentless attacks. Global News senior correspondent Jeff Semple and videographer Darren Twiss report from the war-ravaged city, visiting homes and a hospital, to provide an inside look at life near the front lines of war. Women's symptoms of heart disease and stroke are often overlooked, according to a new report from the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. What's behind this, and why there's been so little progress in making any meaningful change. Dominic Barton, Canada's former ambassador to China and a former managing director with international consulting firm McKinsey, was grilled by a House of Commons committee over his involvement in $100 million worth of federal government contracts awarded to the company since 2015. What Barton had to say when asked about how well he knows Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Family and friends were joined by public figures for the funeral of Tyre Nichols, who died on January 10 after being brutally beaten by police officers in Memphis, Tennessee. The emotional tributes for Nichols, and the calls for action following another publicized episode of police brutality. Without police body cam video, the officers who beat Nichols may not have been charged with murder. How more police departments are using body cams, the calls for legislation on their usage, and why some criminologists say the technology has limitations. Plus, five RCMP officers in British Columbia have now been charged in the July 2017 death of Dale Culver, an Indigenous man. And mission impossible accomplished: how a pea-sized radioactive capsule was tracked down in the Australian outback.