You may not know the name Fredrick Brennan but you have certainly felt his impact. Today, the creator of controversial imageboard 8Chan join the show. Brennan opens up about his difficult childhood in foster care and experience with brittle bone disease, internet “incel” culture and his regrets. Plus, don’t miss his deep dive into the dangerous QAnon, who he thinks is behind it, why former President Trump fueled the fire and why he sees a fascist coup still to come.
At around 1:50 p.m. on Monday afternoon, Boise Police Chief Ryan Lee received reports of an active shooter at a shopping mall in town. A policeman was injured during an exchange...
Trump-era travel bans to the U.S., strictly upheld by the Biden administration, are finally being rolled back after long-term pressure from the travel industry. President Joe...
Partnering with Sierra Space and Boeing, Blue Origin is working to bring business to the final frontier. By the end of the decade, Bezos plans to create a “mixed-use business...
Schools across the country are considering easing Covid restrictions, but officials warn it may be too soon. Two weeks ago, the daily national death toll from Covid stood at...
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.