Drinking, dancing, keeping track of your friends, and rolling cigarettes is a little more complicated when you're blind.
This month has seen at least six women of color die while in custody—but some statistics show that such incidents are sadly not rare.
American and allied aircraft will now be able to launch attacks on IS from southern Turkey, while Turkey's own jets have already begun to pound Kurdish militants in Iraq and Turkey.
In 2013, Health Canada mailed 41,514 letters that included full names and the words "Marihuana Medical Access Program". Plaintiffs say they suffered damage to their reputation, employment prospects and mental health as a result.
Hacker market the Real Deal went mysteriously quiet, but is back online after one admin claims they got tangled in an FBI operation.
Chris Shaw spent three years photographing life on a housing estate in the south of England.
Sex worker Corrie Ottenbreit had given the Royal Canadian Mounted Police a hair sample so that they would have her DNA on file in case she ever went missing.
This fashion shoot captures the spirit of the classic Lou Reed song, which told us that although New York City is like a circus and a sewer, the glory of love can see us through.
Oyotunji is an unlikely outpost of the Yoruba religion, a place where people can live lives devoted to worshipping their ancestors and honoring their culture.
Thump played a rapid fire round of WORDS with some of our favourite artists.
As the Sunshine State attempts to curb violence with a lockout policy, we look at how the plan has worked out in Sydney.
That guy who said Muslims aren't allowed in his store says the discrimination suit is "bullshit."
In case you don't remember, Jack the Ripper is famous for killing women.
Simon Wheatley's Don't Call Me Urban photo book is being digitally re-released, so we asked him to reflect on a few of his classics.
When good propaganda goes bad.
Muxes are people who are born biologically male and dress as women—but they don't consider themselves cross-dressers or transgender. Instead, they are treated as "the third gender," and they identify neither as men nor as women.
A piece of what might be the airplane's wing just washed ashore Réunion island in the Indian Ocean.
The group behind the painting, which showed two Indigenous women tied up and gagged, apologized but was still defiant.
It's starting to seem like city cops are taking synthetic weed seriously, and perhaps even conducting a bonafide crackdown. But changing attitudes and policies on regular weed are complicating the situation.
Lapsed gamer? We've all been there. Here are some words of encouragement for getting back in the game.
An LA electronic label is making jazz cool to people who don't listen to jazz—an impossible dream for most jazz labels. How did we get here?
If you're in Denver and happen to help someone across the street or wait for the light rather than jaywalking, you might find a Segway cop handing you a pizza gift card.
Where do mutant green delinquent punks go when they die?
A hot weekend in Atlanta with Victorian killers, zombie celebrities, and the genre's leading authors and most decked-out fans.