ISIS propaganda videos are slick, professionally shot and often terrifyingly grotesque. By showing footage of these videos is the media being manipulated to serve their propaganda purposes?
Derek Bolin, a UCLA graduate student, recently salvaged and digitized speeches from the ’50s. He found this long-lost speech from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., delivered to UCLA students just after the march from Selma in 1965. It still resonates.
American Sniper, the Oscar-nominated film about the life of the deadliest American sniper ever, has set a new box office record for the opening of a film in January. But the film is receiving criticism for being a one-sided and inaccurate portrayal of the war in Iraq that dehumanizes Iraqis and incites hatred.
What’s the one percent to do when the world they probably helped destroy finally crumbles? From luxury bunkers and floating cities to an escape route to Mars, AJ+ takes a look at doomsday prepping for the super rich.
Argentinian artist Elisa Insua shows AJ+ how she addresses power, money and consumer society though her artwork using recycled materials.
In order to feed an expected population of 9 billion by 2050, we’ll have to produce 60% more food over 35 years. But climate change is making that nearly impossible. What do we have to change to feed the world? Start eating bugs?
In the summer of 2014, the U.S. faced a crisis as more than 66,000 unaccompanied migrant kids were apprehended at the border with Mexico, most of them from Central America and Mexico. Some of the children got there by riding a notorious series of freight trains known as ‘La Bestia’ or The Beast. AJ+ followed 13-year-old Alfredo and his brother as their own perilous attempt to make the trip came to an abrupt end.