Romania's most oppressed ethnic group is suffering from a drug-fueled HIV epidemic, and nobody gives a damn.
The country's fortune tellers have much fancier houses than you ever will.
Romania has 18 religions, none of which have very much in common with each whatsoever—bar the fact all believers are buried by the same men.
In post-communist Romania, grilling in the middle of nowhere means you can afford the gas, prime meat, and time to do it.
Every Tuesday, the people of Titu meet up to show off their horses and terrorize them a little.
Mirescu's stirring adaptation of Tarkovsky's Solaris is set in an Upper West Side townhouse, blending film and live theater to bring ghosts to life.
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Micșunica and Magdalena told me they were both abused at the hands of their alcoholic, unemployed husbands.
Photographer Cosmin Bubut toured Romanian prisons to document the rooms built for conjugal visits.
Bogdan Gîrboveanu's portraits of his neighbors and the spaces they inhabit.
Even the Romanian Prime Minister complained that "The Romanians Are Coming" is prejudiced.
Since 2007, Romania's courts have been giving criminals a choice between prison and disassembling electronics in warehouses.
We measured the effect that weed has on the brain using a EEG helmet, a joint, and an adulterated cookie.
Are some people really born with absolutely no natural disposition for giving head?
Nicolae Minovici's collection of tattoos is being exhibited in Bucharest's Sutu Palace until March. And yes, some of the pieces still have hair on them.
A celebration of Romania's underground LGBT culture.
It's been 25 years since Romanian president Nicolae Ceaușescu and his wife, Elena, were executed by their disgruntled citizens.
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It was just a reminder of how poorly equipped the country's military is.
I didn't know much about Klaus Iohannis before he became my president, so I followed him around for a month.
So far, eight of the deceased's lovers have tested positive. Dozens more are currently awaiting their results.
Thousands of ex-pat Romanians helped Klaus Iohannis defeat incumbent Victor-Viorel Ponta in an election that centered around accusations of widespread government corruption.
In this month's presidential elections, only 161,000 of the 4 million people who make Romania's diaspora have been able to cast their ballots.