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Part rant-o-riffic cross talk from the edge, part no-holds-barred delving into the dark stuff often left unsaid, complete with a soundtrack to die for, OZY CONFIDENTIAL is a SXSW for people, personalities and weirdly wild notions about what we reveal and what we most want to conceal. OZY's Editor-at-Large Eugene S. Robinson gets heavy, deep and real with everyone from a world-renowned Nietzsche scholar who left behind a Ph.D. for life as a crack addict to a suicidal former Marine who found r ...
 
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Researchers have found that killings by police are mostly unreported or incorrectly reported. Congress has pulled back from the brink of a government shutdown by passing a stopgap funding bill hours before the fiscal year ended. And the Capitol riot was a proving ground for a troubling trend in police-tech cooperation.…
 
When Nicolina Delgadillo started her company BeeSmart in 2018, she knew that being an entrepreneur would be difficult. “Being a female and a Latina is hard work multiplied 10 times over,” she tells OZY, “Even though it is an exciting time to be a Latina boss.” Today, Delgadillo is in good company: Latino business owners are the fastest-growing grou…
 
Nelson Mandela knew the power sports have to bring change and used it to build the foundations of South Africa’s post-apartheid Rainbow Nation. “Sport can create hope where once there was only despair,” the Nobel laureate once said. Today, just a glance at the biggest stars of the most popular sports is enough to see that change is coming faster th…
 
America’s top generals told senators yesterday that they wanted to keep 2,500 troops in Afghanistan, contradicting statements made by their commander in chief. The U.S. Treasury secretary warned of fiscal “calamity” without congressional action. And Greta Thunberg chided world leaders for congratulating themselves while the planet continues to heat…
 
Sure, politics can often seem like little more than a popularity contest where participants frequently promise more than they can deliver. But in a world beset by life-or-death challenges ranging from COVID-19 and climate change to sectarian violence and hunger, some leaders are trying something different. In today’s Daily Dose, we’re looking at so…
 
For all intents and purposes, our bodies are supermachines meant to perform many complex tasks on a daily basis, far beyond our comprehension. But supermachines are still machines and as such, they are prone to breakdowns without routine maintenance and software upgrades. This is where wellness and other health sciences come in. They help us oil ou…
 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative party suffered its worst election results ever yesterday, but it still has a chance to eke out a governing coalition instead of the victorious left-leaning Social Democrats. Authorities are investigating this weekend’s deadly crash of an Amtrak train in Montana. And safety officials are worried about o…
 
Summer is coming to a close in the Northern Hemisphere. But as the evenings draw in and temperatures fall, there’s never been a better time to curl up with a book and enter a world not of your own making. The international literary world has never been as diverse — or downright interesting — as it is today. That’s why we’ve collated for you, deares…
 
Hollywood might be America’s greatest soft power export, but when it comes to the depiction of Latin America and its culture, the mega film industry has largely served to harden shallow stereotypes about a diverse region and its people. Which is why, to truly get Latino culture, you need to tune out of popular — and often sadly inaccurate — America…
 
Sleep, exercise, therapy and antidepressants are some of the top remedies prescribed to assist the 1 in 4 Americans who struggle with mental health issues. But while these are all critical and effective tools, are they enough? After all, suicide is among the leading causes of death in the U.S., especially among the younger population. Perhaps it’s …
 
President Joe Biden’s promise of fewer wars was greeted with some skepticism at the U.N. General Assembly, but both Washington and Beijing pledged to fight climate change. There’s great excitement in Britain after Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared how many children he has fathered. And learn the fascinating tail behind the evolution of your coc…
 
Some members of Congress have said they were shocked by images that showed horse-riding Border Patrol agents chasing migrants in Texas, and the DHS says it is investigating. A Texan doctor who wrote an article about purposefully breaking the state's new abortion law is being sued by two members of the public. And in an unusual example of "the survi…
 
Everybody loves to move. How we choose to move will determine what life looks like for the next generation. OZY’s hit podcast franchise The Future of X is back, and this season we’re investigating the future of mobility with our friends at Ford. The future of mobility has the potential to electrify our imagination, sustain our planet and connect us…
 
College sports are back. Take it from fans of the Virginia Tech Hokies. On Sept. 3, close to 70,000 of them screamed out the team’s entrance song, “Enter Sandman” by Metallica, at the 2021-22 season opener against the UNC Tar Heels. The Virginia Tech crowd was so amped up that their rendition of the rock classic registered as a seismographic activi…
 
The U.S. military has admitted to killing 10 civilians instead of what it thought was an attacker heading for Kabul airport late last month. A U.N. climate report foresees “catastrophic” 2.7-degree Celsius global warming by the end of the century. And learn about the formation of a bicycle militia in New York City.…
 
Soon after our reporter Sohini Das Gupta turned 8, she stopped eating fish. In her Bengali household — a famously fish-eating lot — it was quite the scandal. Sighs were sighed and investigations launched, as her parents tried to figure out what could have gone wrong. Then, at the pinnacle of her fish resistance, her grandmother cooked doi maach: te…
 
Officials are warning of a humanitarian crisis with more than 10,000 migrants, mostly from Haiti, camped out under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas. France has accused President Joe Biden of acting like his predecessor regarding the nuclear submarine deal with Australia. And the world's biggest tree, the General Sherman in Sequoia National Park, is under…
 
In the more than four years that our editor Kate Bartlett worked as a journalist in Cambodia, she can’t say she covered many happy news stories. So she well remembers the ones she did, and the return of the Angkorian-era statues from the Koh Ker temple, looted during the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, was among them. It was a proud moment for the impov…
 
Street protests are a part of Latin America’s DNA, whether it’s over corruption, authoritarianism or basic human rights being trampled by the region’s elite. But something smells different this time. Independent sparks in different nations are coalescing to form a raging fire of change that’s spreading across one of the world’s most unequal regions…
 
California Gov. Gavin Newsom survived yesterday’s recall election, dashing GOP dreams of governing the state. North Korea today fired two ballistic missiles into the sea off Japan, prompting a strong response from Seoul and Tokyo. And Afghan women are posting photos of themselves in colorful traditional dress after the Taliban told female students …
 
So you’ve got a little extra cash, but it’s sitting in your bank account doing absolutely nothing. You haven’t the time or, to be honest, the interest to dabble in the complicated world of stocks and shares. But with inflation rising and interest rates set to remain at rock bottom, you feel like you should do something — only what? In today’s Daily…
 
It’s here. On our streets and in our neighborhoods. From traffic control to CCTVs to water-monitoring systems, artificial intelligence and machine-learning technologies are already among us. But, as the song goes, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Many argue that smart technology is making our cities safer from crime, with facial detection able to spot a…
 
The U.S. and Japan have expressed concern after North Korea tested several long range cruise missiles over the weekend. Iran and the U.N.'s atomic energy agency have reached a last-minute deal aimed at saving nuclear deal talks. And online wellness gurus are contributing to dangerous anti-vaccine misinformation.…
 
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