If corporations and the 1% couldn't participate in tax gymnastics anymore
Don’t get trapped in the now. You can help future generations survive risks like climate change, pandemics, and artificial intelligence.
The ways that companies already engage in diversity work is not a bad place to start when it comes to religion.
In this episode, we discuss the democratic need for social criticism, and the risk that social critique could foster cynicism and disillusionment.
People who say their lifelong parties are too woke or too Trumpy are having a political identity crisis
Joan Blades and Steven Pinker discuss creating a true forum for ideas, what it means to be part of an idea movement, and how to harness ideas' power.
Finding common ground
Filmmakers James and Deborah Fallows join Hoda and Jenna to talk about their documentary film “Our Towns,” which looks at the resilience of communities within small towns across America.
Economist and author Noreena Hertz shares which solutions—individual, governmental, and entrepreneurial—she thinks will reconnect us.
A conversation with Heather C. McGhee about the zero-sum thinking that has long dominated American attitudes to race and wealth—and how to organize to secure public goods for everyone.
A conversation with Dr. Michael Eric Dyson
Finland, for the fourth consecutive year, topped a list of countries evaluated on the well-being of their inhabitants. “Really?” Finns ask.