Canadian newspapers and schools do little to foster interest in journalism among youth. Hong Kong has taken a radically different approach.
Ashamed of flying because it worsens your carbon footprint? You're not alone if you want to ride the rails -- as I recently did when my life took a turn.
A new speech policy looks set to rein in Google's intellectually freewheeling culture. It points to difficult trade-offs today’s organizations must make.
In a world with nuclear weapons, every agreement counts. So the decision by the U.S. and Russia to scrap a disarmament treaty does matter.
Central banks are among the world's most powerful institutions, but often operate in the shadows. What do they do? And why do they matter?
It's been 50 years since the U.S. put a man on the moon. It's worth recalling how the U.S. lagged at the start of the Space Age. And now, what…
Abortion is wrapped up in politics in many nations including the U.S. But one in four pregnancies ends in abortion, making it a global health issue.
A 10th U.S. school, Pace Academy, is joining News-Decoder, bringing a distinctive cross-disciplinary approach to our international network.
Two non-profits are joining forces for youth around the world. A podcast highlights News-Decoder and the International Congress of Youth Voices.
More and more youth around the globe are turning to podcasts to learn about the world and to share stories. News-Decoder is part of the revolution.