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The far-right president has surrounded himself with a turbulent mix of ideologues and pragmatists.
The teenager is an inspiration for climate movement but also a lightning rod for criticism.
Pooya Azadi, head of the Stanford Iran 2040 Project, undermined Iran’s claims of scientific prowess. And Ayatollah Khamenei took notice.
Amit Shah, India’s home minister and protégé to the PM, has a reputation for ruthlessness.
Aminatou Haidar is the face of her people’s struggle for freedom, but she worries young activists could soon go to war.
The former Ohio governor, who had planned to join us for the canceled OZY Fest, has a vision for a post-Trump GOP.
The Good Place actress uses her soapbox to rewrite the rules.
This entrepreneur’s so-called “female Viagra” gets the headlines, but Cindy Eckert’s lucrative companies are just the tip of a much pinker iceberg.
To this Shark Tank investor and New York real estate mogul, grit is a key signal for entrepreneurial prowess.
Chieng has built his outsider persona into a career — one that’s taking off.