Segments From this episode
Kai looks at S.W.I.F.T., a Belgium-based cooperative, and why the global financial messaging system is part of the conversation about sanctions on Russia.
FRED, a popular government website, started tracking 30 kinds of data in 1991. Now it tracks 800,000.
After laying off more than 200 people, Christina Stembel hopes to cultivate a healthy company — not just a growing one.
Adventures in Housing
As housing costs rise, some are taking #vanlife one step further by leaving the solid footing of land. Instead of paying rent, they drop anchor.
Afghanistan was on the precipice of a humanitarian disaster, and it fell off that precipice, said Madiha Afzal at the Brookings Institution.