She's changing the male gaze in Hollywood. Legendary filmmaker Ava DuVernay is no stranger to making statements with her work, but in 2020 she's been especially busy. She tells Carlos about how she's flipping the script with new projects like ARRAY, her production company that amplifies the stories of women and people of color, and LEAP, her new initiative to hold law enforcement accountable through art. Find out why she's "anxious but hopeful" and hear the surprising controversy behind her biggest regret.
President Joe Biden has pushed democrats to wrap-up talks and get his signature domestic initiative “over the finish line” before he leaves for global summits later today. It...
Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest ranking general in the U.S., compared China’s suspected hypersonic missile test to the USSR’s launch of the...
For the first time ever, Iran has set a concrete timeline for the return of long-delayed negotiations over their nuclear program. After a meeting with EU officials in Brussels,...
Caused by a plunge in air pressure and rapidly intensifying winds within a 24-hour period, this “bomb” cyclone lived up to its name. Over 600,000 homes and businesses were left...
Architect and urban designer Cindy Frewen is trying to figure out how the COVID-19 pandemic will accelerate some of the changes she’s been forecasting and transform how we live in the future.
Germany’s elections show that there's space for centrist politics to grow — and why America's two-party system might be holding it back.
Terrorists are gaining from global warming.
The US has long been a shining example to the rest of the Americas.
America’s differences with its European allies go much deeper than a fleet of submarines.
Should an Ethiopian farmer take the blame for the carbon emissions from coffee sipped in a San Francisco café? The answer could determine whether we manage to save the world.
John Legend joins the latest episode of 'The Carlos Watson Show' for a deep dive into his upbringing.
OZY Genius Award winner Grace Fisher caught a rare disease that paralyzed her from the neck down.
A round-up of the best surprising stories from history submitted by listeners of Flashback.
Why the story of human flight begins on a frozen pond in Dayton, Ohio.