Vlach magic is an integral part in everyday life in eastern Serbia, but the country's mainstream media has linked the practice to mass killings and crime across the country. Is there any truth to those claims?
A new gay-positive approach online doesn't hide the fact that tabloids still relish spinning stories out of famous people's sexualities.
What you need to know about the first—and strangest—vote in the 2016 presidential race.
Jan 22, 2016
The National Review editorial board wrote a scathing attack on Donald Trump and coupled it with anti-Trump testimonials from conservatives up to and including Glenn Beck.
In August 2013, the Swiss town of Bremgarten banned asylum-seekers from the local public pool. Last Friday, Bornheim bei Bonn in Germany did the same thing. This time the events were reported differently.
We talk about mental health now more than ever before, but are we getting the help we need?
Some of the best art of the past year tackles major social issues like racism and surveillance. So why don't more TV shows and movies take on climate change?
The Perils of Perception survey ranks countries by how closely their perception of themselves reflects reality. This year, New Zealand showed they had a pretty fucked self image.
Nobody is arguing that chemsex does not exist, but the media is inflaming the issue.
Canada's new government is limiting reporters' access in much the same way its predecessor did.
The people I polled did not know how to interpret 'sympathy,' and neither did I.
Evidence obtained by VICE connects the widely published doctored image with Gamergate supporters.
"It was not my best idea ever," Jean-François Parenteau admitted.
The fantastic new film details how reporters exposed the seedy underbelly of the Catholic Church.
The fictitious Trump executive was the beginning of Trump's mastery of media manipulation.
Why improve ourselves when we could drag the rest of the world down with us?
There are some important American cultural and historical issues that haven't received much attention at all this year. Some of them aren't as relevant as they once were, but they still keep us up late at night as we wonder whatever happened to them.
Over the weekend, Jagmeet Singh interrupted Sunday Morning Live to talk about the killings of two Sikh youths during a peaceful protest, sparking online fury about a lack of media coverage. I had a chat with Singh about the complaints.
An interview with artist and educator Mark Strandquist about how his collaborations with people behind bars.
A journalist accused the UK Labour Party leader of riding the bicycle of a communist dictator—so we tried to work out if a "Mao-bike" is really something that exists in the world.
The Westport Independent makes you a newspaper editor trying to do journalism in the face of a corrupt government.
Do we have a responsibility not to share those videos of the journalists in Virginia being killed? Or is the publicizing of horrible images the only way real reforms can occur?
The Luftwaffe's 100-year goal of destroying the East End finally seems to be over.
As we wait on the verdict in a case involving three criminal harassment charges, two feminists, and one accused stalker, mainstream women columnists in Canada remain committed to making the internet less safe for women.