Werewolf Jones is lonely, drunk, and not all that apologetic about spreading his STD around.
The Irish government is denying rights to immigrants while seeking them for Irish emigrants in the US.
Tijuana's mod scene might be tiny, but that hasn't stopped them from throwing parties every month or raising their kids to keep on carrying the torch.
Here are some photos from a Viennese "Christkindlmärkte" as proof.
So Sad Today is a never-ending existential crisis played out on Twitter in 140 characters or less. Its anonymous author has finally decided it's time to project her anxieties on a larger screen, starting with today's column on how to never be enough.
A gunman who associated himself with the Islamic State took several hostages in a siege at a cafe in the heart of Sydney. The cafe was then raided by police, and three people are now confirmed dead.
A gunman who associated himself with Islamic militants and took several hostages at a coffee shop in the heart of Sydney—the Australian capital—has reportedly been killed by police.
A rundown of the trends, deals, and major news stories that influenced the world of drugs over the past year.
Any schmuck can wire a condenser mic up to GarageBand and record himself alt-whining while a USB-powered fan makes ripples on his 'Abbey Road' wall tapestry. The Danger Boys, however, make that tired schtick sound genuinely great.
As ever-present as grills may seem today, mouth bling isn't new. Actually, grills have been appearing, disappearing, and reappearing throughout human history in fits and spurts as civilizations have risen and fallen around the world.
Just how easy is it to set up a bogus, anonymously owned shell entity in the United States that can be used to funnel money offshore to evade taxes or finance terrorism or crime? I decided to see for myself.
Men keep trying to get me to dominate them—financially, physically, and emotionally. The only problem is, I don't even know if I actually enjoy it.
"My photos move between darkness and light. It's sort of a history of South Africa and a history of my state of mind."
The Mafia has always profited from economic crisis. Recessions fill up the mob's coffers and boost its social standing. In fact crime is one of the few sectors of the economy that thrive in moments of financial decline.
The photographer's work isn't about interaction, but rather reflection and experiences.
With 50,000 years of residency, Australian Aboriginals know a few things about astronomy.
An Australian study tracks the Facebook behaviour of bipolar participants in order to alert them to a potential relapse.
Only 5,000 more supporters are needed to turn the Robots into coloured bricks.
Rogue journalists, the Islamic State, the torture report, and all sorts of police misconduct make this week's list.
Around 25,000 people gathered for a peaceful but passionate march that flooded Fifth and Sixth avenues and ended at NYPD headquarters before spilling onto the Brooklyn Bridge.
2014, or as it's better known, The Waking Dream Between Kanye Albums, is almost to an end. While we wait for the slumbering giant that is Kanye West to rouse himself so we can see if we actually exist or not, what do we even talk about in a year-end round…
Thanks in part to John McCain, the NFL is adopting a scientifically dubious HGH test that many experts are openly bashing.
The fate of Redha al-Najar — a Tunisian who was repeatedly tortured during more than 13 years in US custody — remains a mystery after the US handed him over to the Afghan government.
The Oscar-nominated actress is one of the most underrated talents of the 70s, a bombshell who left behind a sensational body of work, literally and figuratively.