While current solar energy relies on the sun, scientists are now developing new technology that would allow for 24/7 energy absorption. We speak with an expert about this exciting development and what lies ahead.
Over the last two years, 10% of teachers have left the field. With millions of students heading back to school this fall – what’s being done to get more teachers back in the classroom?
We cover the release of “Nope” – a new film written, directed and produced by sketch comic turned superstar director Jordan Peele.
We speak with basketball expert and former NBA player and coach Ray Scott about the NBA’s early years and its efforts to evolve in a time when segregation and discrimination ran rampant.
Fashion writer and author of The Ten, Lauren Cochrane joins us this week to highlight some of the most iconic clothes in fashion history and how these pieced shaped American style culture.
With TikTok continuously adding new users, many platforms like Instagram and Facebook are fighting to stay current with new updates mimicking TikTok. But, what if some of us like these OG platforms the way they are?
We speak with two experts about the refugee experience and just how difficult it can be to start a new life somewhere else.
This week – we highlight a lesser-known narrative about how Europe exploited African gold and labor in order to fuel its expansion.
This 1980’s hit by artist Sophia Bush is making a resurgence thanks to a recent Stranger Things episode.
Stanford University law professor and author Michelle Wilde Anderson joins us this week to explain why these areas have declined over time and how residents have suffered during this downturn.
What’s changed in policing since May of 2020 when George Floyd was murdered by Minneapolis police? Two experts in law and police policy join us to discuss the current state of police violence in America.
From “Interstellar” to “Solaris”, we love a good sci-fi movie that transports us to a new dimension and time. We highlight some of our favorites and why the genre continues to be popular.