From Burning Man's first sound camp to LSD-fueled God delusions, Wicked looks back on their 25 years of hard partying.
We visited Paisley to spend 48 hours with the teenager whose freestyles are setting YouTube alight.
Two British police forces have started referring people caught with a personal amount of drugs to educational workshops rather than sending them to court.
A Toronto company is letting people design their own realistic-looking tattoos that only last a couple of weeks. Hello, Justin Timberlake on my arm.
For several months, police units in the UK have been operating "diversion" schemes which have resulted in scores of drug users avoiding court, jail, and a criminal record.
In best picture contender Moonlight, Monae plays the surrogate mother to a young gay boy.
We talked to the creator of the hilarious show about a horny young British mess.
"It's the feeling of 'I was there, I was inches away from it, I touched it' that just makes looking at my own pictures more exciting."
Even as the public and the media seem to emphasize temperament over truth this election cycle, there's never been a bigger appetite for fact-checking.
Cybersecurity experts are generally on the same page that online voting is asking for trouble.
Trump is bringing Obama's half-brother Malik to tonight's debate, a fight broke out in New York over a nude Hillary Clinton statue, Michael Moore unveiled his new Trump documentary, and more.
Watch Desus and Mero discuss Melania, upstanding drug-fueled citizens, and Trump's cringe-worthy attempt to kiss a kid.
Many immigrants are now making contingency plans—like a will, but for immigrants—to map out what will happen to their kids, belongings, and lives in the United States if they're deported.
Movies like The Conjuring and Ouija act as mouthpieces for Christianity, and have deeper intentions than just surface-level scares.
It's been a long week, and a longer campaign.
"We knew it was going to be something special, we just didn't know in what form, or how," says Kyle MacLachlan.
Drag queen Willam Belli releases a self-help book today, which is maybe an oxymoron from a queen best known for getting disqualified from Drag Race—but hey, we're not judging.
On an all new episode of Black Market: Dispatches, we travel to Japan to meet the gangs of young men trying to break free from the older Yakuza.
It was impossible to see Rieder at work and not feel the immense desire to skate yourself.
If Trump's accusers are just part of a vast conspiracy to smear him—as he claims—then all these people must be in on it, too.
It seems like this obscure foundation forgot about their Artist in Residence.
Cops in San Francisco aren't getting the same level of scrutiny as in cities like Baltimore and Ferguson. Is a bit of federal criticism really going to change anything?
Last week the artist invited eight students from the Henry Street Settlement to tour his massive Long Island City studio.
A report released today by the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs details the dire scenario faced by a large number of LGBTQ domestic violence victims—but progress may be on the horizon.