President Xi Jinping and Shakira may have grabbed the headlines during Davos, but the meeting was jam-packed with significant sub-plots that may have flown under your radar.
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Nearly 50 years after his death, Martin Luther King's impassioned words have not lost their power.
By better understanding how the legacy of slavery has shaped our struggle for racial equality, we can collectively remember, acknowledge, learn, and perhaps ultimately, begin to heal.
We asked 15 artists, architects, film-makers, chefs and activists coming to Davos this year what they would say to the world's most powerful people.
True leadership is not about making epic decisions – it is about choices we make in our daily lives, says the actor and philanthropist.
If we can listen to the artists who hold up a mirror to society, we may yet engage in the type of meaningful conversation we so desperately need today.
Shakira, Forest Whitaker and Anne-Sophie Mutter are three global artists recognized for their services to philanthropy – and to young people, in particular – this year.
The Seattle-based artist uses climate sensors, termites and thousands of people to create his nature-inspired sculptures, one of which is on show at Davos this year.
From justice for the victims of honour killings in Pakistan to challenging the Chinese government, art can empower communities and create economic opportunity.
Researchers are exploring whether artificial intelligence can compose music.
If an alien were to land on Earth, which language would enable it to most fully engage with humans?
Researchers have quantified the emotional journey people take when they read a book.
Pew Research Center polled 38 countries around the world to find out where people are most supportive of freedom of expression.