Meet the man leading the charge on vaccines. CEO of Pfizer, Dr. Albert Bourla joins the show to discuss what made this seemingly impossible task possible. He talks about how his scrappiness as a veterinarian informs how he leads the pharmaceutical company, and shares what pressure he faced from Presidents Trump and Biden.
Tributes from around the world are pouring in for the Duke of Edinburgh, history’s longest-serving consort, who died Friday. “He was a heck of a guy,” said U.S. President Joe...
Mankind could use a giant leap these days. On Monday, it’ll be 60 years since the first human, Yuri Gagarin, vaulted into space at the tip of what was essentially a big missile....
As forces loyal to Myanmar’s military junta killed scores more people yesterday, bringing the Feb. 1 coup’s reported death toll above 600, the country’s own U.N. ambassador urged...
The workers delivered. The online retail giant fended off an attempt by the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union to organize its Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse. Workers...
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla talks about the dynamics that created the COVID vaccine in damned near record time.
OZY dives into the latest cutting-edge research and inventions in neurotechnology, exploring how they could make us smarter and improve our quality of life … yet also pose troubling new ethical dilemmas.
Jordan's crackdown isn't a signal to a power-hungry prince.
The top diplomats of America and China are meeting in frosty Anchorage on Thursday.
Lydia Parker, Yank expat, goes to London to teach Brits a few things about theater … and now she can tell you how to do it right.
Thomas Bilgram, a Dane expat in Vietnam, turns misery into magic with his craft gin made from near-death beer.
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.
When comic genius Billy Crystal comes by 'The Carlos Watson Show,' if you ever laughed at anything, you're IN.