Two of these tragedies drew more sustained national media attention than any American mass shooting since Nathan Desai's late September rampage in Houston.
Oct 21, 2016
"If you look at other democracies, they think the way we run elections is crazy, with a partisan secretary of state."
"There are three of us against the world: China, Philippines, and Russia," President Rodrigo Duterte said.
"I would vote but it's a rigged election," one man told me, "because guys like me get shut out of the system because you drink a 72-ounce Mountain Dew Code Red and try to watch The Secret Life of Pets."
"I seriously doubt that It would be disruptive. What it can do is be very destabilizing."
Babies ripped out of wombs, nasty women, Russian puppets, open borders, and more.
Nintendo's much-speculated-about next console has had its official reveal—so we can all stop making shit up now.
The candidates are on the same stage, but occupying entirely different universes.
The film, which sees release this Friday, navigates the intersection of two distinct experiences in ways most cinema hasn't.
For these Las Vegas women, the narrative about their candidate's struggles and sexism is manufactured by the media.
Across the country, some Americans are preparing to signal their disgust with the system and their choices that they're literally throwing their votes away.
A king amongst men.
Two British police forces have started referring people caught with a personal amount of drugs to educational workshops rather than sending them to court.
A Toronto company is letting people design their own realistic-looking tattoos that only last a couple of weeks. Hello, Justin Timberlake on my arm.
For several months, police units in the UK have been operating "diversion" schemes which have resulted in scores of drug users avoiding court, jail, and a criminal record.
Cops in San Francisco aren't getting the same level of scrutiny as in cities like Baltimore and Ferguson. Is a bit of federal criticism really going to change anything?
A report released today by the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs details the dire scenario faced by a large number of LGBTQ domestic violence victims—but progress may be on the horizon.
Though Trump's tax returns have been overshadowed by more recent scandals, Peter James Kiernan wants to make sure no one forgets about what he says is a national security issue.
Hillary Clinton targets red states as poll lead grows, Trump accuses House Speaker Paul Ryan of (maybe) wanting his campaign to fail, WikiLeaks says Ecuador cut Julian Assange's internet access, and more.
Donald Trump's paranoid ravings about how he's doomed to lose the election thanks to cheating come out of a rich tradition of Americans complaining about results they don't like.
Three people have been charged following multiple horse-slapping incidents at Queen's University in Ontario.
In the series premiere of DESUS & MERO, the comedians talk everything from Trump to Bill Clinton calling himself a redneck.
The cellphone footage of a few men forming a human chain and hoisting the injured driver back up to safety is a tiny beacon of hope in our garbage world.
As in the case of the many (more serious) allegations against Bill Cosby, decades of time passing since the incidents in question doesn't help the cause.