We are joined by Olympic legend Apolo Ohno. The speed skater joins Carlos to discuss how the pandemic forced him to slow down and find his “true north,” the lessons he learned from his immigrant father, and his relationship with his own identity. Now working on his new book Hard Pivot Ohno reflects on the mental health of Olympians and the struggles to find and love yourself when you no longer compete at the international level.
It’s not just more transmissible. Material obtained by the Washington Post includes alarming new CDC data about the COVID-19 delta variant. It’s more communicable than chickenpox...
The first group of Afghan translators and their families reportedly arrived outside Washington early today. This makes tangible the promise to protect those who helped America in...
Better get it in writing. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte yesterday toned down his bluster against American allies and agreed to opt back into a defense agreement with...
Short-sellers rejoice. The trading app at the center of the GameStop craze and the boosting of other heavily shorted meme stocks made a historic debut in its first day of trading...
Brandy Merriweather is providing free support for digital creatives who are Black, Indigenous and people of color.
Antonia Ginsberg-Klemmt has designed is a carport that protects your car from the elements while also charging it.
Gabriel Saruhashi has developed an app that lets inmates and their loved ones stay in touch for free.
Dan Eggers is making the academic world better, safer and more LGBTQ friendly.
Six months after Trump left office, the former U.
It's a special birthday for the world's most influential political party.
Increasingly authoritarian regimes, from India to Mexico and Nigeria to Poland are using American arguments to curb free speech on social media.
OZY Genius Award winner Grace Fisher caught a rare disease that paralyzed her from the neck down.
Why the story of human flight begins on a frozen pond in Dayton, Ohio.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Rob McElhenney branches out beyond the bar and into a show about gaming.
A round-up of the best surprising stories from history submitted by listeners of Flashback.