A correctional officer walks in a gymnasium that housed overflow prisoners in Tracy, California (Rich Pedroncelli/AP)
Vladimir Putin and Ukraine’s leader meet. We’ll look at Russia and the high voltage chess game over Ukraine. Plus, we look at potential US military strikes in Syria and Iraq.
This week the Emmys celebrate the best in television. We’ll look at what’s ahead for the Fall TV season.
Educational apps are all over these days. How are they working for the education of our children? Plus: why our kids need more sleep.
Multi-millionaire Nick Hanauer says he and his fellow super-rich are killing the goose–the American middle class — that lays the golden eggs.
Why is Burger King buying a Canadian coffee and doughnut chain? (We’ll give you a hint: tax rates).
There’s no hidden agenda to the difference between most people’s Facebook and Twitter feeds this week. Just a hidden type of emotional content and case use. Digiday’s John McDermott explains.
On mixed media messaging, Spotify serendipity and a view of Earth from the International Space Station.