One of the nation’s preeminent public intellectuals joins Carlos to share hot takes on capitalism, inequality and the most interesting leaders on the planet. Fareed Zakaria, the foreign policy expert who’s graced CNN, TIME, the Washington Post, the New York Times, Newsweek and more finally hits primetime on the Carlos Watson Show. Find out why 9/11 helped make his name, why he fears humanity is at risk of extinction, and what Putin and the Dalai Lama have in common.
The pandemic surged past the grim milestone of 2 million worldwide fatalities yesterday — barely a year after the first virus outbreak reports emerged from Wuhan, China. The most...
Is it going to get better? President-elect Biden is constitutionally scheduled to become the 46th U.S. chief executive at noon on Wednesday. But unlike his predecessors, he will...
Gulbahar Haitiwaji was fortunate. She escaped her native Xinjiang region in 2006, before the Chinese began rounding up her fellow Uighurs. A resident of France, Haitiwaji was...
Across the country, states have backed away from the death penalty, executing seven convicts in 2020 — the fewest since 1983. But in keeping with his far-right ethos, President...
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.
Mariana van Zeller, an award-winning journalist, discusses digging deep into global hearts of darkness on 'The Carlos Watson Show.
Anthony Fauci discusses his early work on HIV, the status of the COVID-19 pandemic and what needs to be done so we're better prepared in the future.
The Goldman Sachs legend weighs in on whether it's time to throw out everything and start from scratch on 'The Carlos Watson Show.
Cymone Davis, 30, is launching a Black boarding school in Tullahassee, Oklahoma, the oldest all-Black town in Indian Territory.
They’re emerging as fresh voices in the white world of food writing.
Nations are responding in creative, if not necessarily optimal, ways to cultural and technological shifts while implementing new tax schemes.
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.
For years, China has dominated funding on the African continent.
The presidents of both the U.
Tavern-style pizza was warming the Windy City long before its bigger, deeper brother.
This app is "mapping out" public transit for blind and visually impaired riders.
You see what Hollywood's selling and you'd never know what pole dancers will tell you right out: Pole dancing is HEAVY.
The hip-hop producers join the latest episode of 'The Carlos Watson Show.