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Trump Spends Final Hours as Always

He can still make headlines. As President Donald Trump’s final day in office dawned, focus fell on his potential pardons for wealthy rappers and corrupt politicians — and...

Washington Scrambles to Prep for Biden

It’s a tale of two cities: One a militarized zone preparing for a belligerent president’s departure at noon tomorrow, the other setting up for a new one. Today the Senate will...

WHO: World Is Failing Moral Test With Vaccines

It’s a “catastrophic moral failure,” said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, head of the World Health Organization, noting the world’s wealthier nations have administered 39 million...

Yellen Faces Pandemic, Mountain of Debt

You have to spend money to make money. How far that axiom goes after U.S. debt has grown $7 trillion to $21.6 trillion in four years is uncertain. But Treasury Secretary-nominee...

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NEWS + POLITICS

A Former Top Spy Tells All

Former CIA Deputy Director John McLaughlin joined “The Carlos Watson Show.

A Simple, Bold Idea: Reset America

We are launching a weekly newsletter to shine a light on the best and boldest ideas for how to Reset America.

The OZY News Quiz

True or false: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell urged House leaders against impeaching President Donald Trump this week.

Mariana van Zeller’s Take on Pimps and How to End the Drug War

Mariana van Zeller, an award-winning journalist, discusses digging deep into global hearts of darkness on 'The Carlos Watson Show.

Fareed Zakaria on Putin, the Dalai Lama and Race in America

Fareed Zakaria came to America as an Indian immigrant and became one of its leading intellectuals, interviewing some of the most prominent figures in the world.

Lloyd Blankfein on Trump the 'Foxy' Trader and How to Reset America

The Goldman Sachs legend weighs in on whether it's time to throw out everything and start from scratch on 'The Carlos Watson Show.

Fork in the Road: Where Will the GOP Turn?

This week's Sunday Magazine explores the new path for Republicans after the Capitol insurrection and losses in Georgia.

NEW + NEXT

MLK's Legacy Looms Larger Than Ever

In honor of Martin Luther King Day, this Sunday Magazine introduces you to today’s leaders across issues to which King devoted his life’s work: poverty, labor, religion and civil rights.

Can an All-Black Boarding School Bring an Education Revolution?

Cymone Davis, 30, is launching a Black boarding school in Tullahassee, Oklahoma, the oldest all-Black town in Indian Territory.

Can the Rolls-Royce of Cannabis Reach the Masses?

It could open up a whole new world of medical marijuana magic.

Indian Americans: The New Voices Bringing Diversity to Food Writing

They’re emerging as fresh voices in the white world of food writing.

Can These Creative Taxes Catch Up With a Changing World?

Nations are responding in creative, if not necessarily optimal, ways to cultural and technological shifts while implementing new tax schemes.

Can Blockchain Save 'Made in the USA'?

Krissy and Alex Mashinsky, veterans of the fashion and cryptocurrency worlds, have launched a platform for American-made goods, verified by blockchain.

Cross-Country Skiing Finds a New Home: the Industrial Midwest

Ohio, Indiana and southern Pennsylvania are witnessing a dramatic surge in interest as families and clubs look for local alternatives to distant mountains and indoor sports.

AROUND THE WORLD

Smell the Coffee: Middle East Women Brew Silent Revolution

From baristas to roasters and judges to quality experts, women are reshaping the industry in the conservative region.

Butterfly Effect: Why Europe Is Snubbing Biden

It was supposed to a reunion of best friends after a four-year separation.

Your Guide for When Travel Returns

Today’s Sunday Magazine is a deep dive into what’s next for the world of travel in the year ahead.

India’s Dirty Arctic Energy Hunt

The world’s third-biggest polluter says it will surpass its Paris climate accord commitments.

She’s Using the Quran to Fight the Patriarchy

The Pink Hijab Initiatives, launched by Khadija Omari Kayanda, is guiding hundreds of Muslim women in business careers, a daring act in Tanzania.

Konnichiwa, Africa: Japanese VCs Flood Continent Dominated by China

For years, China has dominated funding on the African continent.

GOOD SH*T

The Best Taco in Morocco? Hell, Yeah!

The strangest bedfellows make the best tasting ones.

If You Think Deep Dish Is Chicago's True Pizza, Think Again

Tavern-style pizza was warming the Windy City long before its bigger, deeper brother.

The Next Great Transit Hack: An App for Blind Subway Riders

This app is "mapping out" public transit for blind and visually impaired riders.

Know Your Flow: The Good Sh*t Guide to Pole Passions

You see what Hollywood's selling and you'd never know what pole dancers will tell you right out: Pole dancing is HEAVY.

So You Want to Roboticize Your House?

If you're lucky enough to have a house, you're also probably unlucky enough to have it need fixing.

How to Suck Less at … Being Funny in the Nude

Danni Zamudio is an up-and-coming comic who can make you laugh — and be nude while doing so.

Loving It Like a Local: Cape Town!

When the world opens again, and it will, you'll have a list of places you will hit with a vengeance.

TRUE STORIES

Jason Derulo on How TikTok Revived His Career

The hit singer and social media sensation joins 'The Carlos Watson Show.

Meagan Good on How She Stayed True in Hollywood

The action hero joins 'The Carlos Watson Show' for a revealing sit-down.

Who Would Be Swizz Beatz and Timbaland's Dream Verzuz Matchup?

The hip-hop producers join the latest episode of 'The Carlos Watson Show.

How Often Does the Joker Have the Last Laugh?

When you’re friends with an irrepressible cutup like Joe, you know his story can probably only go one of two ways.

Sevyn Streeter on Making It Big ‘in God’s Timing’

The singer-songwriter has a revealing sit-down on “The Carlos Watson Show.

The Ballad of R. Budd Dwyer

When the Pennsylvania state treasurer killed himself on camera in 1987, he had no idea his death would be immortalized by rock bands.

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