Alexander Gerszten reports from Rio on a beach volleyball match with an unexpected Brazilian player.
Stella Shannon goes in depth on the ramifications of Utah v. Strieff, the Supreme Court’s latest Fourth Amendment case.
Super Tuesday showed the consolidation of power of the Clinton and Trump campaigns. However, the 2016 race is not necessarily over.
The results are pouring in from last weekend, but what exactly do they mean? The South Carolina Primary and the Nevada Caucuses helped narrow the field of real contenders in this election. It seems the real candidate “weeding” of the season has begun.
Much to Donald Trump’s terror, Ted Cruz is rapidly becoming the Republican front runner. What can we make of this new lead? What might a Cruz ticket mean for the Republican party?
If the Senate blocks the nomination of a new justice, 4-4 rulings might appear this coming summer. What does this mean about America’s political situation, if the judicial branch fails to fulfill its role?
Brandon Stanton, the creator of Humans of New York, spoke in Battel on February 9th about the power of storytelling in photography. For Stanton, Humans of New York is about telling the stories of random people and humanizing them in the eyes of the spectator.
You’ve heard about the results of New Hampshire, but what do they actually mean? Sandy Pecht breaks it down for you once again!