The story of Sam Siatta, a Marine Corps veteran of the war in Afghanistan who returned home with PTSD and landed in prison after committing a crime he says he doesn’t remember.
The story of how Google’s developed artificial intelligence to vastly improve its translation service, Google Translate, and what machine learning might be able to do in the near future.
Many people can’t believe that a talented, widely published sports writer makes his living by giving boxing lessons in Central Park. But Brin-Jonathan Butler is for real. You can see for yourself, and like the boxers he writes about, he fights to get by.
Climate change has made subsistence farming nearly impossible for West Africans living in hot and arid regions, forcing many of them to leave their homes and become migrants in search of a way to make a living.
A round-up profile on artists in New York City who are negatively affected by gentrification, recognize their role in it, and make art about it.
South Korea’s Lee Duck-hee is 18 years old and ranked 143rd in the world in a sport where hearing the ball is considered crucial.
A look at how deep pockets and expensive libel suits allow billionaires like Donald Trump and Peter Thiel to hamper and threaten the free press in the United States.
A look into the lives of Culinary Union members ─ the 57,000 largely Latino workers who clean Vegas hotel rooms ─ who are an increasingly powerful Democratic force.
Wesley Morris takes on American culture’s deep, all-abiding fear of the black penis and “America’s dubious assumptions about the sexual prowess of black men.”
A profile of Miri Regev, Israel’s brash, right-leaning minister of culture and sports. Regev is on a mission to uproot the country’s left-leaning, mostly Ashkenazi culturati to make more room for artists who share her Mizrahi (middle eastern Jewish) roots.