John Dermot Woods's new book, The Baltimore Atrocities, sculpts hundreds of sad, haunting miniature stories into a sort of Ripley's Believe-It-or-Not museum of horrors.
THUMP investigates Japan's changing assumptions and policies towards club culture.
A group calling itself Aerith has launched DDoS attacks against the Ottawa and Toronto cops because they say the police arrested the wrong kid in a "swatting" case.
Stoned Girls—a fetish site featuring pictures of hot, often naked, ladies getting high—is giving away free weed.
To some sophisticated gangs in Northern England, turning young girls into prostitutes is just another lucrative business.
"I am Uber. I can see my thousands of cars. I don't know if I am an extension of them or they are an extension of me."
What does a soldier do when he's sent home from combat, still young and lascivious, but no longer able to feel his dick? He buys a sex toy from Tom Stewart, the owner of Sportsheets.
The new Public Health England report estimates that 24 percent of the people in the UK with HIV are currently undiagnosed. We need to start talking about it.
The city has a history of destroying and rebuilding itself, but none of the Glaswegians I spoke to want the Concert Hall steps to be built over.
The face of poverty in the UK is changing. Fast.
A 47-year-old inconsistently employed construction worker tried to blow himself up. Instead of getting mental health treatment, he's getting locked up.
Even when officers have committed what appear to be egregious, obvious crimes, they rarely get punished.
I spoke with him about state-sponsored hooligans and smuggling rolls of films from the West to the East of Germany.
PUP was founded on a singular vision: genetically modified dinosaurs serving me mimosas as sentient coal trucks danced the lambada for my amusement.
On a Saturday evening in East Rutherford, I watched a crowd of Brady fans lose their goddamn minds in front of their idols.
A former US Army sergeant looks back on a lost weekend in 2003 involving a generous Marine major, a belly dancer, and a lot of Jack and Cokes.
Prior to starting I thought I wanted stability, a salary, a job that was more than a job—nope. I actually wanted to complete repetitive mundane tasks with the minimum of effort.
Here are five reasons gamers tend to put their controllers down and move on to the next items on their to-play lists.
We used to worship Amazonian goddesses on the catwalk, but now the coolest kids are gangly, gap toothed, and trending on Tumblr.
Life is pretty chill after inventing the original addictive puzzle game and then escaping the KGB.
As many as 14 businesses have been targeted with goofy-but-threatening fliers, but Juggalos insist that someone is trying to frame the group.
In our new column the Fear Digest, we'll be taking a look at the top ten terrors the country is facing. This week: Santacon, Ferguson, the cold, Obama, and more.
In Thailand, the Hunger Games films have increasingly become a symbol of dissent against the military junta running the country.
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