This Thursday, our favorite druggy blog turned legit art gallery is opening a new space in LA. To get there, the founders packed up a truck with $500,000 worth of art and hit the road. Here are some of their pics of America, taken in a hurry as they hustl…
His eloquent book about the Snowden case, No Place to Hide, is less about Snowden than the "tens of thousands" of documents that the 29-year-old copied, organized, and handed off to Greenwald and a select group of other journalists.
An EU court ruled that the search engine giant has to remove some results if asked by members of the public, giving Europeans more control over their data and how people can find information about them online.
Officials gave the green light to the first official Nazi march held in the city since World War II, and the result was a street brawl between pissed-off anti-fascists, the police, and a handful of right wingers.
Following Catholic uproar, a proposed satanic mass at Harvard has been canceled. This is not a victory for religious tolerance but a case of a small religion getting bullied into submission because it offended a big religion.
As the heady age of legal weed takes root, a pot-fueled stand-up comedy scene is bringing tokers and jokers together in California and Colorado. So what's it like to work the smoke-filled back room of a 420-friendly comedy club? Only one way to find out.
The legendary criminal network is rumored to have branches in 35 countries and is so notorious Interpol has a whole task force devoted to catching them. We spoke to a Greek policeman about his recent success in foiling some of their plots.
We talked to several South Sudanese-American artists about how they went from refugee camps in Africa to runway shows and Kanye West videos in Manhattan. Throughout this week, we'll publish their stories.
In an attempt to boost this year's voter turnout, Denmark's parliament opted to combat youthful voting apathy by giving the kids what they love—a raging steroid freak who decapitates hipsters and literally punches women into voting booths.
I was having lunch at the swan near Hyde Park and some son of a bitch took my bag with all my documents, the email began. It was June of 2009 and I was sitting at a desk in Riyadh. Assuming this was spam, I was about to press delete, when something…
In terms of the seafood paradise that is Portugal, there is one particularly strange—yet delicious—type of shellfish that people cannot get enough of around here: percebes, or goose barnacles. I sat down with a fisherman to talk about free-diving a…
Today, something special happened: Video footage surfaced of Jay Z being attacked in an elevator at the Met Ball by his sister-in-law Solange, while his wife Beyoncé remained relatively passive. What happened?