The "Quiverfull" movement's "pro-life rhetoric on steroids" puts its members at risk, according to these former believers.
On Cape Breton Island, where the last coal mine closed in 2001 after years of industry decline, an underwater mine near the 500-person village of Donkin is set to bring coal back.
"The moment you ask if it's really worth it is somewhere after getting away and realising what could have happened."
We spoke to editor Owen Pritchard about the line between print and online, how to go about starting your own creative endeavour and how Britain's political climate is affecting its art.
I dislike my inner child so much, in fact, that I can't even deal with the words "inner child."
A recent study found that people in their early twenties are having less sex than those born in the 1960s, so we figured we'd chat to some twenty-somethings in sexless relationships.
What starts out as a fun and relatable list soon turns into an exercise in self-loathing.
We've already won an incredible jackpot called "being alive."
Tips from new parents who haven't slept for months.
The Swedish Airbnb hosts we talked to collectively reject one demographic: young people who like to party.
By not including people of color in major roles, George R.R. Martin is creating a whiter medieval world than our own ever was.
A number of studies have found that stereotypes about gay guys may predict their sexual behavior.
Do cool, fun, relaxed people like to surf, or does surfing produce cool, fun, relaxed people? Possibly neither.
"Sean Penn. He's a lovely bloke. But I tell you what, he can look after himself."
"Listen, this here [prison] is slavery, we're the slaves to these bastards. How they can call me a slave-owner when you see what it's like in here is a scandal."
I turned the idea of reaching out to her over in my mind, but I couldn't do it. If she ever asked me, I know what I would say: run.
New Zealand comedian Cori Gonzalez-Macuer was working on the hit comedy 'What We Do in the Shadows' when tragedy struck his real life.
For two years, I've traveled the globe collecting dreams for my World Dream Atlas photography project. This is an assortment of the most intense nightmares I've encountered this year. There were plenty to choose from.
The latest episode featured intensity, mystery, and menace—with a dash of skull-crushery.
What it means if you're still using the crying filter or popping off those flower crown snaps with nary a care in the world.
An interview with a hostage negotiator.
From gothic text to black metal band logos, The Creators Project unpack the genre's visual design and gothic sensibilities.
We asked a load of people about their awful "date epiphanies", when they clocked they'd never see that person ever again.
A new documentary probes the life of Cai Guo-Qiang, a Chinese artist whose medium is explosions.