Travis Daub is Digital Director at PBS NewsHour where he manages the incredible digital content team and oversees the integration of online and on-air content. With 20 years of experience in online publishing, Travis has been honored to work alongside talented colleagues at the PBS NewsHour, Foreign Policy magazine and the Des Moines Register.
This week, to mark the 44th observance of Earth day, we invite you to join us in our pursuit to better understand extinction.
Photographer Peter Macdiarmid collected modern photos from around Europe and overlaid World War I-era images, giving a sense of how much--and how little--has changed since the War to end all Wars.
PBS NewsHour producer Morgan Till is documenting his journey with chief foreign correspondent Margaret Warner across Ukraine on Twitter. Warner will report from Crimea for the next few days, crossing the country by train and car.
Happy Presidents Day. Unless you're Abe Lincoln, that is. As Hari Sreenivasan explained on Sunday's PBS NewsHour Weekend, the third Monday in February doesn't officially recognize the Great Emancipator. Instead, it's in the books as "Washington's Birthday." There is…
Temperatures in Sochi stayed spring-like for the third day, as the weather forecast predicted highs to hit the 60s through this weekend. But Sochi’s strategic snow reserve remains stable, and organizers are confident the region has enough snow on hand…
To meet the demands of an expanding and more involved audience, today we're launching a completely overhauled PBS NewsHour website. This is the most expansive redesign in the recent history of our 18-year-old online presence, and the changes aren't just…
Sectarian violence intensified across Iraq in late 2013 as membership in its largest jihadist group swelled. The Council on Foreign Relations provides a background report on Iraq's most dangerous terrorist organization.
Earlier this year, the "Plaid Parliament of Pwning" team held a hacking contest for high school students called "Toaster Wars." Consider a phone charger that not only charges your smartphone, but also scans any Android device for malware, viruses and…
From NASA: This summer’s sea ice minimum in the Arctic is still the sixth lowest extent of the satellite record and is 432,000 square miles (1.12 million square kilometers) lower than the 1981-2010 average, roughly the size of…
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