William Tapley, self-proclaimed "Third Eagle of the Apocalypse" and "Co-Prophet of the End Times," thinks the guy who played the Penguin is going to bring about the Apocalypse.
John Dermot Woods's new book, The Baltimore Atrocities, sculpts hundreds of sad, haunting miniature stories into a sort of Ripley's Believe-It-or-Not museum of horrors.
Stoned Girls—a fetish site featuring pictures of hot, often naked, ladies getting high—is giving away free weed.
The new Public Health England report estimates that 24 percent of the people in the UK with HIV are currently undiagnosed. We need to start talking about it.
The city has a history of destroying and rebuilding itself, but none of the Glaswegians I spoke to want the Concert Hall steps to be built over.
What does a soldier do when he's sent home from combat, still young and lascivious, but no longer able to feel his dick? He buys a sex toy from Tom Stewart, the owner of Sportsheets.
PUP was founded on a singular vision: genetically modified dinosaurs serving me mimosas as sentient coal trucks danced the lambada for my amusement.
Prior to starting I thought I wanted stability, a salary, a job that was more than a job—nope. I actually wanted to complete repetitive mundane tasks with the minimum of effort.
In our new column the Fear Digest, we'll be taking a look at the top ten terrors the country is facing. This week: Santacon, Ferguson, the cold, Obama, and more.
I watched Bill Cosby receive multiple standing ovations at his first US comedy performance since more than a dozen women have accused him of drugging and raping them.
We called up the survey's founder and director Adam Winstock to discuss his key findings, insights, and some of the most interesting facts revealed in his mass of drug data from recent years.
Also this week: A hotel fined a couple $160 for leaving a negative review online.
I would send my pen pals money for postage and phone time to write and call me. After a few years, I'd had conversations with many of America's most infamous and hated individuals.
There's a lot of expensive vagina art on Etsy. We interviewed some of the creative minds behind it.
If our brain is a computer, then our interactions with our parents are the default setting. And when things go faulty or get stressful in our adult lives, our neurons head for a familiar path, one usually set in early development. In other words, science
It turns out that when you look down at your phone the weight of your big dumb head puts unbearable strain on your neck and spine.
The emergence of out and open LGBT characters in sci-fi TV series suggests that yes, it is.
I spent a day in Los Angeles giving every guy who walked past some unwanted verbal attention. I expected anger. What I got was weirdness.
And we found the pilot buried on YouTube! Apparently it was directed by some guy named Charlie Brooker.
The comedy legend's alleged bad behavior has been a gossip topic for decades.
I had to go through a bunch of emotions before I could finally end up at my current state of being not at all worried about my perpetual singleness. Those emotions look strangely like the traditional stages of grief.
Vivid, one of the largest porn studios in the country, has a 24-hour XM radio station. I spent a day in the studio and found the whole thing surprisingly cool.
Most people view parents who don't vaccinate their children as kooks who are endangering everyone's health—so why don't more of us get flu shots?
I talked to a lawyer who said that it probably wouldn't be treated as one in the courts.