Losing a hand to a patch of wet cement isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Organized crime in the city is getting younger, more fragmented, more chaotic—and, authorities say, harder to control.
"If HIV was represented in 'old stock Canadians' in the rates that its represented in First Nations communities, that would be declared an emergency tomorrow," a leading researcher charges.
Trump backs Putin, America's getting its first cannabis casino, Saudi Arabia says there should be a "military option" to oust Assad, and Matt Damon's in hot water over some homophobic comments.
Is it kind of dumb? Yeah, but it's the internet.
A night on Melbourne's Chapel Street isn't always nice, but it does make tackiness appealing.
The Portland-based band pivoted by the NZ-born Ruban Nielson is bringing its psychedelic kaleidoscope to Australia and New Zealand.
A new poll finds that Joe Biden has the edge in the 2016 presidential race, even though he's not actually running for president.
The FTC is going after a company that claims to have an alternative to gastric bypass surgery, then threatens to sue customers who leave negative comments when it doesn't work.
Day two of the trial of Matthew Keys, accused of conspiring with Anonymous.
Beyond "sex, drugs, and rock and roll"—but not too far beyond it.
Nine Catholic 20-somethings tell us what their faith means to them.
In one of the liveliest exchanges of last night's election debate, both opposition leaders blasted Prime Minister Stephen Harper for his handling of Canada's relationship with the US.
Two medical marijuana companies are offering a little relief to victims of one of the worst fires in the state's history.
To mark the publication of the writer's new collection of poems, "I Must Be Living Twice," we spoke to Eileen Myles about her decades-long journey from cult writer to feminist icon.
We crunched down hundreds of playable games at Britain's game expo and found the three standout titles you need to know about.
Mitch Mortaza has built a sleazy stunt—the Lingerie Bowl—into a viable sports league, but at what cost?
Stopgap measures Congress may put in place to prevent a government shutdown could wreak havoc on the Defense Department's ability to plan for the future.
Reproductive tech could threaten or preserve deaf culture.
At 7PM tonight, Kelly Renee Gissendaner could be the first woman killed by the Georgia in 70 years, or she could live to eat another meal.
The problem of misogyny and violence against women does not start or end at your border control.
To me, there is no food item more downright disrespectful to its origins than the burrito. Everything that makes food amazing is lost on this twilight zone wrapped in a flour tortilla.
A lack of sexual education has an impact in all aspects of a person's life, so why are intellectually disabled people given so few opportunities to learn about sex on their own terms?
Sex workers are criticizing a Nova Scotia newspaper's decision to run the names of 27 johns facing charges.