Dumpster Diving Reveals U.S. Food Waste Crisis
Stop Blaming MSG for Your Headaches
The Other Side of Ramadan
Why Are There So Many Iranians in Los Angeles?
Honey, I Shrunk the Population
DIY: Trump's Handshake
The Ration Challenge
Close 1/3 of the Earth Is Exposed to Deadly Heat Waves
Why is the Fidget Spinner so Popular?
Missing White Woman Syndrome
Roadkill – It's the Wind Beneath His Wings
A Game About Islamic Art
Between Iranian and American
Iranian in L.A.: More Than Just a Stereotype
When Venmo Blocks You
Explore America's Haunted Ruins
When Playing Pokemon Isn't Safe
The Lizard And His Lady
Man Protects Girl from Sexual Assault on Bus
The Museum of Failure
Expensive Fruit in Japan
Play0:01 / 2:08 Additional Visual Settingshd Enter Fullscreen Mute LikeShow more reactions commentComment Share Close The Muslim Immigrant Comedy America Needs
Immigrants Saved by Superman
A Tribute to Famed Iranian Director Abbas Kiarostami
Trump vs. Rouhani at the UN
Trump and the Nuclear Deal
A Man Named Michael Is Trump's Biggest Fan
Gay and Queer Muslims Weigh In on #OrlandoShooting
A Trip Through North Korea's Subways
Fighting Trump's New Travel Ban
Texas Lawmaker Fights Tears Over Deportation Bill
Seven New Species of Peacock Spiders
A Difference Between Terror Acts?
Why Idioms Transcend Language and Culture
Are We Working Ourselves To Death?
Former Prisoner of Iran Writes Play on Solitary Confinement
Dumpster Diving Reveals U.S. Food Waste CrisisYou won't believe how much perfectly good food we waste in America until you go dumpster-diving:
Stop Blaming MSG for Your HeadachesWhy do people only freak out about MSG when it's in Chinese food? Yara decided to investigate by cooking and eating tons of MSG for a few days.
The Other Side of RamadanYes, Muslims fast during Ramadan. But it's not a month of suffering. It's actually a month of celebration – and community.
Why Are There So Many Iranians in Los Angeles?Iran and the U.S. may not get along, but did you know that the world’s largest community of Iranians outside of Iran is in Los Angeles?
Honey, I Shrunk the PopulationYou might not have babies in the future. Here's why.
DIY: Trump's HandshakeWanna learn how to do President Trump's handshake?
The Ration ChallengeCan you imagine eating like a refugee for a week? Here's how poor nutrition takes a major toll on your body and mind:
Close 1/3 of the Earth Is Exposed to Deadly Heat WavesA new study says 1/3 of Earth’s population faces deadly heat waves. And it’s only going to get worse.
Why is the Fidget Spinner so Popular?Why are these spinning toys taking over America? We explain.
Missing White Woman SyndromeWhy don't missing black girls get the same media coverage as white girls?
Roadkill – It's the Wind Beneath His WingsThis man makes dead animals fly.
A Game About Islamic ArtThis is a video game about the geometric beauty of Islamic art.
Between Iranian and AmericanHere's what it's like to grow up as a hyphenated American when the governments of the two countries you belong to are not friends
Iranian in L.A.: More Than Just a StereotypeYoung Iranian-Americans in L.A. face two stereotypes: They're either wealthy snobs or scary terrorists. Here's why they're neither.
When Venmo Blocks You
Explore America's Haunted RuinsThere's a haunted part of America you've never seen and Seph Lawless has dedicated his life to capturing it.
When Playing Pokemon Isn't SafeThis man explains why he feels Pokemon Go is a “death sentence” if you're black.
The Lizard And His LadyMacGyver the Lizard eats all the things. Including the internet.
Man Protects Girl from Sexual Assault on Bus“No is no, do not touch young women or women of all ages.”When this man saw a girl being touched inappropriately on the bus, he took action.
The Museum of FailureThis man put the world's worst inventions in amuseum to teach us the value of failure.
Expensive Fruit in JapanTwo cantaloupes for $27,000? This fruit is priced like jewelry.
Play0:01 / 2:08 Additional Visual Settingshd Enter Fullscreen Mute LikeShow more reactions commentComment Share Close The Muslim Immigrant Comedy America NeedsThis Muslim immigrant comedy is the perfect response to President Trump's travel ban.
Immigrants Saved by SupermanSuperman defends immigrants from being massacred by a white supremacist in his latest comic.
A Tribute to Famed Iranian Director Abbas KiarostamiThe world of film has lost a legend. Here are 5 things you should know about Iran's Abbas Kiarostami – with Hamid Dabashi.
Trump vs. Rouhani at the UNIran and the U.S. offered radically different visions for the world at the UN.
Trump and the Nuclear DealWhat does pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal mean for the relationship between the U.S. and Iran?
A Man Named Michael Is Trump's Biggest FanThe black man who's often right behind Donald Trump on TV has ties to a “murderous cult.”
Gay and Queer Muslims Weigh In on #OrlandoShootingGay and queer Muslims are not taking kindly to Republicans paying lip service to their fight for equality.
A Trip Through North Korea's SubwaysThe most memorable part of North Korea? The metro, apparently.
Fighting Trump's New Travel BanThe fight against President Trump's new travel ban has begun.
Texas Lawmaker Fights Tears Over Deportation BillTexas' governor just signed a law that allows cops to ask detainees their immigration status. Earlier, state representative Gene Wu gave a powerful testimony against #SB4.
Seven New Species of Peacock SpidersThese dazzling spiders dance, dance, dance to woo the ladies. And now we've found seven new species of them.
A Difference Between Terror Acts?Is there a difference between terror attacks committed by white Americans and other people? This congressman says there is.
Why Idioms Transcend Language and CultureIdioms! You know them when you hear them. “Cross my heart, hope to die, stick a needle in my eye.” You don't take them literally, but they're super useful for conveying certain ideas and emotions more colorfully. Every language and culture uses them, but why do they even exist? In this episode, Yara takes us through the purpose of idioms, how some can transcend language and culture, and where a lot of our most popular idioms come from.
Are We Working Ourselves To Death?Long hours, limited time off, no paid sick leave ... are we working ourselves to death as a society? In Japan, dying from overwork is so common that it’s an official cause of death known as “Karōshi.” Americans may not have our own term for it, but are we really any better? We’re a lot worse off than France, that’s for sure.
Former Prisoner of Iran Writes Play on Solitary ConfinementFor 410 days, Sarah Shourd was locked up in solitary confinement in Iran. Her experience inspired this play.
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