Both journalists have put themselves in danger to shed light on corruption and abuses of power in their home countries.
Following the Booker shortlisting of her novel 10 Minutes, 38 Seconds in This Strange World, British-Turkish author and activist Elif Shafak returns to Think Again to talk about forgotten lives, the nature of evil, and what we mean by progress.
Sometimes, chemistry can be more important for color than even physics. All across the world, volcanic eruptions remind us of the destructive power residing beneath Earth’s surface. You might be used […]
Geologically, it might be the most intense Hawaiʻian eruption in over 200 years. But not a single person has died, thanks to science. Hawaii, a chain of islands in the Pacific […]
The damage might not be "as bad" as traditional cigarettes, but it's still pretty bad.
New study says extroverts are more fatigued over time from social interaction than introverts.
Two U.N. rapporteurs have advised Detroit's government that its actions risk violating international human rights norms as a result of its shutoff policy.
Leila Janah describes how the idea of microwork can be used to employee those in need of work in the developing world. Janah is the founder and CEO of Samasource.
Think your job has you under a lot of pressure? Here’s one that’s put you above a lot of pressure… magma pressure, that is. From the U.S. Geological Survey: “At […]
Leila Janah, founder and CEO of the non-profit business Samasource, describes the organization’s core concept as a way for technology “to unlock human talent wherever it may happen to reside.” Sometimes […]
Is there any more famous footage of an artist at work than Hans Namuth’s film of Jackson Pollock? More than half a century after Pollock’s death, the “Jack the Dripper” […]