Banned in several countries around the world, the poison known commercially as 1080 kills more than just possums. We look at why New Zealand still uses it.
Also this week: Hershey's took legal action to prevent people from importing English chocolate.
In Joel Osteen's world, God is an exclamation point, a dubstep bass drop. God is steroids, God is your hype man, He is Cialis, He is the boombox you are holding outside her window.
The story of the rise and fall of Hipster Runoff, and its elusive creator, is the story of the last decade on the internet.
The police were called because of two kids creeping around holding guns. We still don't know what they were doing.
Here's how to grow up without being a dick about it.
The 32-year-old Egyptian artist's first New York solo show takes on police brutality and the crimes committed by the American government.
The economic relationship between the two countries has been strained in recent years, so we asked young people in Berlin and Athens for their perspective.
We promise this article about dangling modifiers is worth reading.
The presence of a statue of a Confederate soldier on the UNC campus is an attack upon those who make this place their home and workplace.
Looking after the protection of children can be a rewarding job—when you're not receiving insults and death threats, that is.
I told the guest booker that I had a meth-addicted boyfriend who was having too much anonymous sex on Grindr.
In case you hadn't noticed already, public displays of depressing infantilism are pretty big in London right now. At least this one's for charity.
Like thousands of other teenagers across the UK, I spent the late 1990s waiting up after dark for movies like Body Chemistry 4: Full Exposure, because it was the best wanking material on offer.
Pubs in the UK are closing at a staggering rate, but no one seems to agree on exactly why.
My job was to go undercover into dermatologists' offices and try to show that these medical professions were out to fool the general public about the dangers of tanning in order to make a quick buck.
"I mean the Duke of Edinburgh won't give a shit will he?"
We rode with paramedics on Australia Day eve. Nothing happened but we got a backstage view of modern Australia.
When a blizzard strikes, there are those who cower in their homes with canned foods, and those who make gigantic penises out of snow.
Australians love drinking, and they love Whistler, BC. Unsurprisingly, Australia Day in Whistler was a magical event.
There are billions of monobloc chairs around the world, and they are completely "context free"—you can't tell when or where you are by looking at them. We asked a leading scholar if we should be worried by that.
In his new graphic novel Antony and Anish Take Afghanistan, Scott King asks whether works like Antony Gormley's "Angel of the North" really regenerate impoverished areas, or simply serve the egos of the artists who produce them.
"I am not a citizen of any country. The Myanmar government says I am not Burmese, I am not Bangladeshi, and I'm not Australian."
New York's apocalyptic tempest was a dud, but it doesn't take the end of the world to hurt the animals that call major cities home.