After the agonizing death of a Las Vegas woman who contracted E. coli from eating raw cookie dough, it might be time to admit that digging into the break-and-bake before the oven's on is just not a good idea.
The Creators Project spoke to Moroder about his new album 74 Is the New 24 and the video for the title track. He talked about his 21st century reemergence, the importance of female vocals in dance music, and collaborating with musicians via Skype.
The author of Stone Butch Blues, one of the only depictions of masculine lesbian life to cross over into mainstream popularity, succumbed to Lyme disease on November 15.
"As long as people have been getting on bikes, people have been getting off on bikes," says the Reverend Phil Sano, founder of the Bike Smut Film Festival.
Megg and Mogg are starting to feel less miserable in Amsterdam now that Owl, their friend and punching bag, is coming to save them from themselves.
Meeting Britain's "lost boys"—young men who've spent so much of their lives in Young Offenders' Institutes that they'd rather be inside than in the real world.
According to several CBC employees, Jian Ghomeshi's inappropriate behavior was indicative of a culture of unchecked harassment at the CBC.
He's a World Cup winner and a cult hero from his time at Chelsea. Now Frank Leboeuf is trying his hand at acting, and he's actually pretty good.
We spoke to Barbara Bowman, one of the women allegedly raped by Bill Cosby, about overcoming sexual assault and helping others to do so as well.
In between takes of "Coming for Christmas," we talked to the stars and executives of Television X—the UK's most treasured soft porn channel. They discussed the station's history, and if their holiday song has a chance at making the charts.
Wiley is the British Nas: an eccentric, stubborn genius who seems haunted by his inability to cross over—he also might be the greatest rapper ever.
Cops reportedly brandished handguns and even an AR-15 rifle during the exercise, which may have done more harm than good by traumatizing a bunch of kids.
Foxcatcher is the new Bennett Miller movie that tells the backstory of a brutal, mysterious, and headline-grabbing 1996 murder. However, the murderer and his motives are richer and much more complex than what is even on screen.
A public desperate for an answer to football's concussion crisis has become easy prey for profiteers selling them snake oil.
Today, Motherboard launched a science fiction short story series called Terraform. They've published four pieces so far, including writing by Cory Doctorow and this story by futurist Bruce Sterling about Ukrainian hackers.
Racist Roy 'Chubby' Brown's Gig is arguably UK's most controversial comedian. I went to one of his sold-out gigs to see if there was more to the stand-up show than an old racist man making old racist jokes.
We spoke to biologist Doug Emlen about the phenomenon of "sneaky males" and how medieval chainmail helped explain evolution as an endless series of arms races.
State records reveal that an industry of "experts"—all anti-abortion activists—have been paid with our tax dollars to testify false abortion statistics and research at legislative hearings.
The track sounds like classic Pumpkins—intimate yet expansive, and catchy as hell.
Dr. Tuppy Owens is 70-years-old and one of the most progressive sex researchers and authors in the field.
In this episode, Blondie swings by the TV Party stage.
Ashin Gambira led the 2007 Saffron Revolution, earning him several years of imprisonment, severe torture, and health deterioration. I spoke to him about being physically and mentally abused by the government, living in exile, and how ethnic violence serve…
I talked with Dr. Daniel Wescott, director of the Texas State Forensic Anthropology Center, about how bodies decompose in the wild and what our bones say about us.
Or dress them up. Whichever you'd prefer, really. It's like the 2014 version of those sticker books where you could take people's clothes on and off. This is way better, because you won't leave the stickers on the carpet and get them all linty.