Danielle Flug

Danielle Flug

  • Diamonds 101 If you're planning on popping the question this year, you're probably in the market for some jewelry. And we realize you might be too busy...
    Business
  • Opium Economics Heroin makes Lou Reed feel like Jesus, and it won't leave Guns N' Roses alone, but how does it end up here in the United States? We take a...
    Lifestyle
  • Jailbirds There are currently more than 2.3 million people incarcerated in the United States. What does that look like, exactly? That's equivalent to...
    Communities
  • Pollen Bots Seasonal allergy sufferers, rejoice! Japanese scientists have deployed an army of anthropomorphic pollen sensors across the country in an...
    Lifestyle
  • Internet Censorship Sex. Ass. Falun gong. Chances are, if you're reading this right now, you don't live in Yemen, Myanmar, or China. Internet censorship can take many forms, from restricting private internet access to blocking searches for politically volatile keywords. Exercise your internet freedom by taking a look..
    Culture
  • Satellites There are more than 3,000 satellites orbiting earth. While we go about our daily lives, these contraptions are hard at work in our stratosphere, beaming the latest episodes of American Idol, snapping photos of black holes, and enabling governments to spy on obscure regions of Afghanistan. Leroy Chiao,..
  • Salar de Uyuni With an area about the size of New Jersey, Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni salt flat is known as the flattest place on earth. So when NASA needs to...
    The Planet
  • Lords of the Rings The Japanese have a yen for the gold medal in Judo. Fencing has been an idée fixe for the French. In honor of the XXIX Olympiad, we take a look at a few Olympic events and the countries that love them. An original GOOD Video..
    Lifestyle
  • Rooftop Bees With space at such a premium in Manhattan, New Yorkers are accustomed to thinking vertically when it comes to housing. Now bees are getting in on the action. David Graves, an urban beekeeper, tends his hives far above the bustle of New York on rooftops throughout the city. His buzzworthy honey gets rave..
    The Planet
  • Cambodian Sports Decades of war and internal strife have left Cambodia with one of the highest proportions of people disabled by land mines in the world. The...
    Lifestyle
  • Urban Aquaculture Professor Martin Schreibman says our oceans have been overfished beyond repair. If we're going to keep eating fish and chips, tuna tartare,...
    Lifestyle
  • Campaign Fundraising From buying airtime to printing those indispensable bumper stickers, running for president is expensive. The candidates need to stick up whoever they can for cash. In this original GOOD Video we look at where the presidential hopefuls are getting their money, and the record-breaking totals..
    Lifestyle
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