Hasan looks at how billionaires use philanthropy to enhance their fortunes, influence public policy and distract from questionable business ethics.
Thanks to fast fashion brands, people are buying more new clothes than ever before. But our desire to look good is taking a huge environmental toll.
As thousands of asylum-seekers wait in limbo at the U.S. border, Hasan examines how Trump's administration is working to dismantle this legal process.
With the need for mental health care growing, Hasan discusses how insurance companies get away with denying coverage to Americans who could use it most.
Five years after three high-profile killings by police, Hasan looks at the culture and systems in place that help officers avoid accountability.
In advance of Canada's election, Hasan talks with Justin Trudeau and scrutinizes the prime minister's reputation as a champion of progressive policies.
Cruise lines promise fun, inexpensive vacations, but Hasan discovers that major carriers are exploiting loose regulations on labor, safety and crime.
Hasan examines how the U.S. government and the Koch brothers are sabotaging plans to revive and expand public transportation as infrastructure crumbles.
As overdoses involving fentanyl continue to skyrocket, Hasan traces the origins of the synthetic opioid and how drug companies profit from its misuse.
Video games are bigger than ever, but the people who make them are often exploited. Hasan takes a look at the darker side of the gaming industry.
Just before voters head to the polls in India's national election, Hasan explains what's at stake for the world’s largest and most diverse democracy.
Hip-hop has already taken over America, but streaming platforms have allowed the genre to transform into a disruptive political force around the world.
Two years into the Trump administration, Hasan spotlights how government officials have been quietly and systematically dismantling civil rights.
As millions of Americans struggle with crushing student loan debt, Hasan digs deep to expose the negligent and dishonest practices of loan servicers.
Hasan examines the major players in America's drug industry, and how the prices of life-saving medications like insulin continue to rise unabated.
After addressing his Saudi Arabia controversy, Hasan highlights censorship in China and how a #MeToo movement has emerged despite government controls.
As millions of Americans lack internet access, Hasan looks at the ways government and providers fail citizens and how some cities are fighting back.
In the aftermath of an April 2019 coup in Sudan, pro-democracy groups have faced extreme violence from a military desperate to hold on to power.
Hasan discusses India's election results, then relays the astonishing story of a multibillion-dollar scandal involving Goldman Sachs and Malaysia.
Once a tool of British colonialism, cricket is now India's major sport. But greed and corruption threaten to undermine the game's global growth.
Though the NRA is best known for its agenda in the U.S., Hasan explores how the organization has been exporting its gun culture around the world.
Hasan details new threats to the Amazon rainforest and indigenous people in Brazil, then discusses the crucial upcoming Philippines election.
As social media companies grow into worldwide behemoths, Hasan reveals how they take advantage of outdated laws to curate content and avoid regulation.
Hasan takes on immigration in America, going beyond the headlines to dissect disheartening policies and the Trump administration's motivations.
Hasan investigates the economics and shelf life of cool as he turns his eye toward streetwear brand Supreme, which peddles hype as much as its clothes.
A massive but little-known oil spill off the U.S. Gulf Coast prompts Hasan to examine the serious consequences of expanding American oil production.
Hasan takes time out from his Amazon addiction to analyze the relentless tactics the company used to become the largest online retailer in the world.
In the wake of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death, Hasan exposes grim truths about Saudi Arabia and the charismatic crown prince known as "MBS."
Hasan breaks down how a lawsuit by Asian American students against Harvard could kill affirmative action, and where a conservative activist fits in.