REFORM

5.23.18

Democrats Will Finally Do What Clinton Couldn't: Attack Trump's Corruption

The party just took its most important step yet to move on from the brutal hangover of 2016 and actually win back Congress.

6.15.17

The Grammys’ Rap Category Reform Will Hopefully Be a Good Thing

Also, this year the awards are transitioning to using online voting for all categories.

10.19.15

Is the UN About to Call for the Decriminalisation of All Drugs?

According to Richard Branson: yes (if they don't get cold feet).

10.15.15

What Happens When Inmates in Solitary Confinement Blow the Whistle on Their Abuse?

A group of inmates calling themselves the Dallas Six banded together and grew committed to bringing their prison's abusive conditions to light, even in the face of being confined there longer.

10.12.15

Can a Former Inmate Fix Rikers as a Regulator?

After spending more than ten years in New York's prisons and jails, Stanley Richards has dedicated his life to improving the lives of the incarcerated.

10.5.15

How to Repair the Criminal Justice System

We talked to leaders and activists spearheading prison reform to find out what we can do to fix our broken penal system.

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7.5.15

These Young Greeks Think a 'No' Vote Could Ruin Everything

"Don't get me wrong: I don't think voting yes will improve Greece's prospects."

6.25.15

[Video] ReForm | Data Becomes Art in Immersive Visualizations

In ReForm, a new franchise from The Creators Project, we meet the artists creating and re-appropriating the latest technologies in various areas of creative expression.  Big data and art are converging in electrifying ways. In this...

6.17.15

Why Mitt Romney (And Every Other American) Will Never Be FIFA President

The American justice system is not sufficiently flexible when it comes to bribery and corruption.

6.4.15

FIFA Reform Has Begun, But It May Take Decades

If the International Olympic Committee is any indication, the revolution will be slow.

6.2.15

FIFA Announces the Reform We've All Been Waiting For. But Will It Follow Through?

Sepp Blatter has resigned. Now the hard part really begins: Reforming a corrupt institution.

5.19.15

[Video] What's It Like to Become a 3D Actor?

The Creators Project's new documentary explores how researchers and technologists are bringing Hollywood's digital humans to life.

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