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What’s the difference between the 2017 Women’s March, and the 1963 March on Washington? Zeynep Tufekci explores protests in an internet age.  Read More...

You probably know him as the man who painted the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. Walter Isaacson tells us there’s a lot more to Leonardo Da Vinci than that. Read More...

America has always prided itself on the ability to separate church and state. But that idea has been reimagined with the rise and influence of evangelicals over the last 50 years. We talk with two historians about how this group has influenced the political landscape. Read More...

The average online troll isn’t actually a jerk. One professor found nasty commenters are just average people who might be a little cranky. Read More...

Can ordinary people change a system designed to protect those in power? Read More...

Why does it seem like America’s more divided than ever? We turn to psychology for the answer. Read More...

We learn the story of Ingvar Kamprad who revolutionized the furniture business, going from selling matches to selling matching bedroom sets. Read More...

Democrats and Republicans aren’t exactly known for their ability to set aside their differences. We take a look at whether bipartisanship is alive and well, floundering, or flatlining. Read More...

Too busy to read this blog post? In America, your unavailability is a status symbol. Read More...

Judy Cockerton saw a problem and decided to do something about it. At 48, she shut down her toy store and created a village of sixty homes. The catch? They were reserved for seniors and families with foster kids. We visited Cockerton's village to learn how she built it. Read more....

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