The script, called "The Twin Towers," functions both as a mocking parody of the show—juxtaposing the characters' deep inhumanity next to a horrifying terrorist attack—and as a pitch-perfect homage.
The case of two-and-a-half-year-old Bella Bond's tragic death makes for a glimpse into a dark world of addiction, madness, demonology, and neglect.
"Every morning before the mall is cleaned, you find kid's toes lying around on the floor."
Last night a French expatriate named Laura Laffitte held a vigil at Federaton Square, just as she'd done for the Charlie Hebdo murders.
Another dead asylum seeker under our watch. More thought-terminating clichés from the Australian Government.
Two young Swedes were trying to ride the trolley down a hill, hitting an estimated speed of 80 kph.
On Saturday, Queensland police announced that a decomposed body had been identified as Tiahleigh. Sunday night saw 400 people attend her vigil.
As the band Goodbye to Gravity played in front of a crowd of nearly 400, pyrotechnics set some large sheets of soundproofing sponge ablaze and the fire spread within seconds.
"I was once told that the Earth was so angry I was born, that it chose to kill people. Others have called me a murderer and said that other people's blood runs through my veins."
The mild enjoyment of watching a plane do a loop-the-loop really doesn't justify the horrific consequences when that loop-the-loop goes wrong.
"Before calling myself a political artist, I have to honor my obligation as a human."
An in-depth look at the situation playing out in the Mediterranean.
Local authorities in Roka, where 233 people have recently tested positive for HIV, blame an unlicensed doctor who may have spread the disease by using dirty needles.
We spoke to a police officer whose job is investigating fatal crash sites to find out who's responsible.
Listen to "Cruciform" nice and loud while you browse WWI chemical warfare photos on Google. You can almost smell the fire and brimstone.
"These are entire villages where every other house contains someone dying of cancer or some sort of respiratory problem," says photojournalist Souvid Datta.
Parents of stillborn children anticipate a future that never comes. With all this unfulfilment parents want to capture something of the experience.
Photographer Richard Misrach and Mexican composer Guillermo Galindo are turning human trash found on the US-Mexico border into instruments, giving a new identity to fragments of lost lives.
What if you need to go to the mall to get your cell phone screen fixed, but it's on the biggest shopping day of the year? It might drive you to tears too.
In 1979, Huntington Beach Police found hundreds of photographs of women taken by a murderer named Rodney Alcala. Many of the subjects are unidentified to this day.
Officially, 47 Australian police officers died by suicide between 2000 and 2011. The real number is undoubtedly higher.
Desperate to get out of the war-torn country, thousands of refugees have made their way to Daraa only to find themselves trapped by a lack of resources and options.
During last week's catastrophic NSW bushfires, Greens leader Adam Bandt reminded us of the very real human cost of worldwide Climate Change. Tony Abbott literally put out fires. Which politician was more guilty of politicising a tragedy?
These guys were just chugging along on a happy little boat filled with sticky goo that makes people good and dizzy. The vibe only went sour when the cops showed up. And now $400 million of hash is gone.