Bill Binney, former NSA Tech Director who worked for NSA for 37 years, says that you can have your liberty without sacrificing security.
A correctional officer in a high security prison in Norway speaks about Norway’s prison system and rehabilitation programs.
Robert Reich, former Secretary of Labor, author of Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few, and professor of public policy at Berkeley.
Christopher was just released from prison after almost 3 years, the last 8 months of which he served his time in a fire camp right by Fairfield CA.
Transparency activists from organizations across the globe join together on International Right To Know Day to answer questions about government transparency.
Mary Bonauto, the Civil Rights Project Director at GLAD, argued the historic case Obergefell v. Hodges to legalize marriage for same-sex couples nationwide.
Former Staff Sargent was sworn to secrecy for 65 years and can finally talk about his life as an OSS agent during WWII.
Meet Elliott from EarthNutshell.com, who just visited and played golf in North Korea on one of the longest itineraries ever allowed to a foreigner.
Meet Jex Blackmore, national spokesperson for The Satanic Temple Executive Ministry, and organizer of the largest Satanic event in history.
Jim Obergefell, the lead plaintiff in the landmark marriage equality case Obergefell v. Hodges, answers your questions via his first Reddit AMA.
Martin Xuereb, the director of Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS), a search and rescue charity that specializes in saving lives at sea using drones.
Christiane Amanpour, CNN’s Chief International Correspondent and host of CNN International’s flagship global affairs program, answers your questions on Reddit.
Jon Swaine, Oliver Laughland, and Jamiles Lartey, reporters for The Guardian covering policing and social justice, answer questions about The Counted project.
Garrett Ingoglia, VP of Emergency Response with AmeriCares who oversees responses to earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes, does a Reddit AMA on May 29, 2015.
Retired NASA Engineer from 1954 until 1988 who witnessed firsthand the race to space, landing our men on the moon and more, does a Reddit AMA on May 26, 2015.