The Wolf’s Mouth: Reporting is His Superpower

By Jesse Moss Beyond the scenes of handcuffed people and crying children that Mario Guevara has documented in covering the increase in immigration-related arrests around Atlanta, one series of images haunts me. These are the vans used by day laborers that…

The Fifth Estate: Murder on Cortes Island

In 2010, a wealthy artist was killed in his home on a remote island in B.C. Nearly a decade later, the mysterious death is now a cold case. Fifth Estate producer Harvey Cashore returns to Cortes Island, a place he…

Hockey’s Deadly Denial: Dangers of Fighting and Brain Trauma

Todd Ewen, a former professional hockey player, took his own life in September 2015 in the basement of his St. Louis home. Ewen had been suffering from depression and memory loss since his retirement from the NHL, in 1998. Before…

Climate Change: The Facts

Sir David Attenborough and the BBC take a straight look at Global Warming after one of hottest years on record. (Source: BBC)

The Shannon Limit and the Digital Age

In 1948, father of communications theory Claude Shannon developed the law that dictated just how much information could ever be communicated down any path, anywhere, using any technology. The maximum rate of this transmission would come to be known as…

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