A famous documentary filmmaking couple, D.A. Pennebaker and his wife Chris Hegedus, have archived their entire collection of work. 800 boxes of mostly unseen film reel are lying idle in a temperature-controlled compound in upstate New York, waiting to be sold to a public institution. They include hours of outtakes from iconic … Read More
A few weeks ago, the Indian government announced that it would increase the armed forces surveilling its Tibetan border by approximately 25% by the end of 2015.
The Indo-Tibetan Border Police is in charge of guarding the frontier with China, and was created in 1962 after a war opposing the two countries.
This new Indian deployment of armed forces comes only a few weeks before Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, is expected to visit the Chinese President, Xi Jinping. Regarding the controversial territory of Tibet, India and China remain friendly, but cautious.
Clinicians have always assumed that combining therapy with drug, that having both treatments, could only help the patient. The more intervention, the better. But for some people in this study, receiving drug treatment didn’t help at all, it was completely unnecessary.
Elite Runners in 2014 (Photo credit: Steven Pisano – Flickr Creative Commons) Host I: This Sunday is the 10th annual New York Road Runners United Half Marathon – that means that 20,000 athletes from all over the world will take over New York City Streets for a Few Hours. Host … Read More
This Wednesday, Wikimedia and eight other organizations sued the NSA. The lawsuit challenges the agency’s widespread use of mass surveillance online. I spoke with Michelle Paulson, senior legal counsel for Wikimedia, about how they believe the NSA’s program is damaging to privacy and even freedom.