Sep 24, 2016
When things explode in America's largest city, many rush to judgment about who they believe responsible. History suggests this is unwise.
We spoke to Benjamin Bergen, an author and linguist, about what might happen if curse words stop working.
Seven patients seeking treatment for gonorrhea in Honolulu were infected with strains of the virus that resisted available drugs.
Polish members of parliament voted in favor of an abortion ban on Friday morning.
With season three of the Amazon show, showrunner Jill Soloway highlights a wide cross section of trans experiences, creating awareness around the divergent struggles of trans people from different walks of life.
The fate of their $60 million vineyard and mansion hangs in the balance.
Dudes don't really get it.
In 1894, a 24-year-old woman embarked on an around-the-world bicycle ride that captured international attention and defied gender expectations.
You can add songs to your Tinder profile now, so we asked our writers for tips on the best tunes to woo people with.
One of the most influential shooters of all-time continues to amaze thanks to the ambitious work of people like Robert Prest.
New Zealanders really care about the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement, but Australians don't. We asked some kiwis to explain why we should.
So 50 percent of Australia wants a ban on Islamic immigration. Or in other words, we've gathered enough pseudo-scientific evidence to believe racism is just "genuine concern."
We wondered if there aren't some hidden gems in that avalanche of narcissism you call "Camera Roll".
As pot goes mainstream, it's not shocking some industry players are allegedly engaging in Wolf of Wall Street–style trickery.
When Jill Tarter enrolled in the engineering program at Cornell, she was the only woman in her classes.
An ode to the man who created the late-night acid trip that is Captain Newfoundland.
Captain America has nothing on Captain Canada, the Great White North's 1980s psychedelic crusader.
Called the Buck-OFF, this new toy hopes to give trans men a better masturbation experience, combat gender dysphoria, and shake things up in the sex toy industry.
What will I do with this column and my Twitter account if the sadness doesn't end? Do I keep writing about the experience of living with depression and anxiety, and exploring the nuances of sadness forever?
We spoke to the director of medical virtual reality at the Institute for Creative Technologies to learn how gaming hardware is helping with PTSD and more.
Sep 23, 2016
It's not Gucci.
It was 1968, and the feds were really starting to freak out about drug use in America.
"It was through American media where I learned how people act in different scenarios, how people talk. That's where I learned everything."
Stiff Bull has failed to seduce the FDA – by allegedly including an unlisted ingredient in its pour-and-stir coffee packets, one similar to the active ingredient in Viagra.