With a thriving downtown, a bustling restaurant scene and world-renowned museums, there’s no doubt Cleveland, Ohio, is experiencing a cultural renaissance. In part two of our Cities Rising series in Cleveland, I stopped by West Side Market, met up with Matthew McConaughey, and more.
Once considered the “mistake by the lake,” Cleveland is getting the last laugh. After a banner year in 2016 — playing host to the Republican National Convention and winning an NBA championship — the city is beaming with pride, and residents are eager to get the word out about everything the “CLE” has to offer.
While it may be rocking a major confidence boost, Cleveland is still a work in progress. I visited the once booming steel town for our Yahoo News series “Cities Rising: Rebuilding America.” I stopped by the Cleveland Clinic, interviewed Matthew McConaughey about his new film and his work with Cleveland’s John Adams High school, and more!
Presidential debates — and especially overstuffed presidential primary debates like the upcoming Fox face-off — aren’t really debates at all. They’re more li…
Oakland, Calif., is a city in renaissance. One of the most ethnically diverse cities in the country, it has recently become a tourist destination and a hub for tech companies seeking an alternative to San Francisco’s high prices and Silicon Valley environment. The reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors’ hot streak has united old and new neighbors in an unflinching Oakland pride. But Oakland was not always a destination of choice: Violence once marked it as the most dangerous city in the country, and its police department has a checkered past due to its use of excessive force.
These are the two magic words that have led to some of the most profound and game-changing innovation in history: “What if?” And with my new digital series “World 3.0,” I’ll speak with some of the men and women who have asked that question in tech, science, medicine, business and philanthropy and have found answers that improved — and in some cases disrupted — their industries.
Gluten-free foods seem to be everywhere these days, from grocery shelves to restaurant menus. But what is gluten exactly?
On Tuesday, July 19, 2016, Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric sat down with Dr. Ben Carson at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland during the Republican National Convention.
“The Late Late Show” host and king of Carpool Karaoke, James Corden sat down with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric at the popular L.A. restaurant Animal to talk about his late-night gig, his viral success, and the Tony Awards.
On Wednesday, Elon Musk’s venture SpaceX launched its first foray into deep space — with NASA by its side. Just before sunset, SpaceX’s rocket Falcon 9 carried NASA’s Deep Space Climate Observatory, also known as DSCOVR, beyond Earth’s atmosphere. DSCOVR will travel toward the sun and send critical data back to Earth every 15 to 60 minutes. Its findings will help scientists predict catastrophic space weather events that could impact telecommunications, aircraft and GPS systems here on Earth.
On Tuesday, July 19, 2016, Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric sat down with actor and two-time “Celebrity Apprentice” contestant Stephen Baldwin. Baldwin is in Cleveland supporting Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention.
Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain stopped by Yahoo News to talk about her latest movie, “The Zookeeper’s Wife,” the true story behind it and how to bring change to Hollywood.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Sierra Club executive director Carl Pope told me about their new book, “Climate of Hope: How Cities, Businesses, and Citizens Can Save the Planet.” They also discussed President Trump’s promise to bring back coal mining jobs.
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I sat down with Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, to discuss the impact of the human genome project on medical research and the importance of science in today’s world.