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climate change
climate change

Investors Are Pushing Big Business to Get in Line With the Paris Agreement

"A +4℃ world is not insurable."
Stephen Leahy
12.15.17
BTDubs
BTDubs

The House Passed a Budget Bill That Also Repeals Conflict Mineral Reporting Requirements

The rule is designed to track whether the minerals came from conflict areas in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Kaleigh Rogers
9.14.17
what about the cats
what about the cats

We Asked Bodega Workers What They Thought of the Startup That Wants to Make Them Obsolete

Mom and pop aren’t sweating it.
Kaleigh Rogers
9.13.17
The Unicorn
The Unicorn

Unicorn, Trank, and Rasier: The Names Uber Uses to Do Business

A look at Uber's tangled web of subsidiary companies and codenames.
Mark Harris
7.24.17
What Is the iPhone?
What Is the iPhone?

What I Learned By Talking to 201 iPhone Case Factories

I tried to find out more about Apple's next iPhone by getting closer to the source.
Ben Sullivan
6.27.17
Dystopia Now
Dystopia Now

How Amazon's Tech Could Change Whole Foods

How long before drones are delivering us emergency organic cat food?
Carl Franzen
6.16.17
pot in paradise
pot in paradise

Medical Weed Is Legal In Hawaii, But There's Nowhere to Buy It

Patients in Hawaii have been able to legally use medical marijuana since 2000, but open a dispensary has been a challenge.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.17.17
politics
politics

What the Heck Is Neurofeedback Technology, Betsy DeVos’s Pet Project?

The wealthy investor has refused to break ties with a Michigan-based company that specializes in the drug-free treatment.
Kaleigh Rogers
1.25.17
AUSTIN
AUSTIN

Google’s Self-Driving Cars Have a New Name: ‘Waymo’

It stands for a new way forward in mobility. Also--the name of a workout in Arkansas.
Madison Margolin
12.13.16
Europe
Europe

How Romania Is Using Satellites to Stop Loggers Leveling Its Fairytale Forests

The new system allows the public, journalists, and businesses to track the entire system and easily identify illegal activity.
Kaleigh Rogers
12.9.16
Art
Art

I’m Not Banksy, But My Drawings in Amazon’s Elevators Came Close

At my desk, I was an entry-level Amazonian. But in the elevator, I was an artist.
A Former Amazonian
12.1.16
tech
tech

It's Time to Start Thinking of Amazon as a Transportation Company

The company just unveiled a huge data-hauling semi-truck called Snowmobile, following plans for cargo planes and of course, delivery drones.
Samantha Cole
12.1.16