Protests against a new pipeline spread across Canada
They've been fighting against a pipeline project on their lands for several weeks. Protests are now spreading across Canada in support of the Wet'suwet'en people.
Retracing the Painful Past at an Internment Camp
This is why two Japanese-Americans decided to go back to the Wyoming internment camp where they were imprisoned as children.
4 unexpected effects of the novel coronavirus
The coronavirus epidemic is causing a domino effect around the world. Here are four unexpected ways the outbreak has gone global.
#TBT: actor Michel Simon predicted the sixth mass extinction in 1965
When the Swiss actor Michel Simon predicted the extinction of birds, of insects, and of all life on Earth... back in 1965. #tbt
The Life of Michael Bloomberg
He's a billionaire mogul, a former New York City mayor, and now he's running to push his friend-turned-foe out of the White House. This is Michael Bloomberg's life story.
Syria: Video of father and daughter goes viral
"One day, she will know that is the sound of death.” This video of a Syrian dad helping his daughter cope with bombs through laughter went viral. But there's an escalating humanitarian crisis in the last rebel-held province of Syria. (via Brut News)
Political ad expert reacts to 2020 candidates
TV ads are still a major battleground in presidential elections. Here, a political advertising expert breaks down the 2020 presidential candidates' TV spots.
The Story of Blackface — Past and Present
From fashion brands to celebrities to politicians — blackface keeps reemerging. Here’s a look at its history and why it’s still very offensive.
The Boy Scouts of America have filed for bankruptcy
Over 12,000 children are believed to have been sexually abused by Boy Scouts volunteers. Amid hundreds of lawsuits, the organization has now filed for bankruptcy.
3 adventurers who faced the extreme cold
They travelled to the coldest places on Earth for science, for the achievement and for themselves. These three adventurers told Brut nature about their experiences.