Sarah Gerard's debut novel weaves a familiar range of personal terror in a vibrant, addictive display of prose.
Rainer Höß's grandfather was a top exterminator at Auschwitz and his family denies the Holocaust to this day, but he's devoted himself to righting their wrongs any way he can.
It seems that socio-economic factors of religious groups might be much more important to acceptance of sexuality than religion itself.
A roundtable discussion between critic Whitney Kimball and artists Jamie Warren, Jibz Cameron, and Guy Richards Smit.
What started out as a fantasy straight out of a teen sex comedy became an uncomfortable experience that taught me more than I wanted to know about cruelty, desire and power.
The whale flipped onto its side and started spinning in circles while engulfing the divers in shit, creating what one of the divers called a "poonado."
Before Christmas, a spate of articles claimed that a "super gang" was being formed by members of the city's two warring factions. I headed up there to have a look for myself.
When you're part of a generation of questionably-dressed, overdraft-plundering adult babies, it's hard to believe you'll ever be able to grow up enough to be a dad. But you can, even when it's really shit.
The street artist KATSU says he crafted his own feces into a portrait of the Facebook CEO, and the work is on display at a New York art gallery.
We spoke to Black Vault founder John Greenewald about his massive database of government documents, modern cover-ups, and Stanley Kubrick.
As New York state considers releasing sex offenders previously held in civil commitment, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner's research on the Depravity Standard asks the public to consider how to judge the worst crimes people can commit.
Also this week: A guy was issued a ticket for eating while driving.
The handset has become the most popular phone among dealers who don't want their movements traced.
I spoke to their director, Manolis Sfakianakis, who ensured me his team are "figuratively, armed to the teeth".
As long as sanitary ware is classified as a "non-essential" and "luxury" item, and isn't given out for free like condoms, homeless women may be forced to shoplift for tampons and towels, or resort to using tissue from McDonald's toilets.
"There isn't really a purpose. My inbox is full of people asking me why I'm doing this, but I don't think that question is really applicable to this type of activity."
After years on the top, WWE feels more repetitive and stale than it has done for decades.
The cyber charlatan told him that he'd driven my friend to a heroin overdose. It was all a big lie.
Internet addiction is not an official condition yet recognised in the DSM-V. But a recent search for "internet addiction help" revealed various rehab centres for internet addiction, therapists who specialise in the condition, as well as this handy quiz.
Alex works in the central office of a non-disclosed national bank as a lender. Until last year he was using crystal meth at work. Here's how he did it.
We asked Pastor Gregor Hohberg, rabbi Tovia Ben-Chorin and imam Kadir Sanci to discuss Charlie Hebdo and tell us a few jokes.
Half the people surveyed by the Japanese Family Planning Association said they hadn't gone to the bone zone in the past month. Some guys claimed that they didn't even masturbate anymore. What's going on?
Religious organisations like XXXChurch, and activists like former adult star Brittni Ruiz, are leading the fight against what they see as the morally corrosive influence of porn.
"Sometimes I just feel like, ah, that's too much for me," Crystal said during a recent panel interview. Only, there's not really a lot of gay sex on TV, so it's hard to know what he's talking about.