A recent report suggested there were 33,000 protected animals—or animal parts—for sale on the internet, so I set off to find out if that was true.
And if he did, does that technically qualify as terrorism?
You also could be potentially screwing your kid up if you eat cheese, sleep on your back, or go in a hot tub while pregnant.
A mixup at a factory resulted in DVDs being loaded with hardcore sex scenes instead of an innocent children's theater production.
I don't sleep like the dead. I sleep like the nearly born, floating in an amniotic sac of slumber. I've had to learn the hard way that sleeping through your problems doesn't make them go away.
"It's a group performance where everyone's a player," says Christopher Allman, the creator and leader of the People of Ieya.
Hiromi Itō's first book to be translated into English, Killing Kanoko, takes its title from a poem in which the author, having recently given birth to a daughter, imagines killing the child numerous times.
Before the CIA made rectal feeding a method of torturing terror suspects, it was a reputable means for caring for the sick.
And the black barbershop is where it all takes shape.
"The pioneers of drug use were looking for a particular experience, and they found it after a journey. Now you just get the destination and miss the journey."
Benzos might soften the blow of the odd comedown, but trust me: The more you rely on it, the more powerful it becomes.
Jonah Bascle wasn't just a beloved comedian—he was an artist, an activist, and a rabble-rouser whose work advocating for wheelchair access should be remembered just as much as his jokes.
I spoke with Dr. Faye Girsh about her experience as an "exit guide," work that—across much of the country—occupies a legal gray area between freedom of speech and murder.
Today, foreign policy is enacted through corporations. Tasks that once would have been the sole province of the CIA or the military are routinely contracted out to firms listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
I talked to human rights campaigners to discuss the UK's attempts to tackle homophobia around the world.
A teen at Broadneck High School in Maryland was snacking on a pot brownie during his third period class yesterday when his teacher asked for a bite. The student, presumably high as hell on dank kush, obliged her.
A couple weeks ago, I spent the night with the Ryders Alley Trencherfed Society (R.A.T.S.), an urban hunting club that kills rats for sport.
A new British law means that kids under the age of 16 will now be able to buy boozy chocolates. I bought a breathalyzer and 80 liquor chocolates to see if the kids will be able to get trashed off these candies.
Manabu Ikeda is known for weaving together fantastical, chaotic illustrations, often eclipsing an entire wall with his trademark combination of a traditional Japanese painting style and an ultra-detailed brand of surrealism.
I was a teenage boy who thought anorexia was a "girl's problem." I was wrong.
A couple of decades ago, Mark Wahlberg was convicted of assault after almost killing a dude because of the color of his skin. Now, he's asking for a pardon he probably doesn't deserve from the state of Massachusetts.
Wall Street can therefore seem like a very private club. But in fact anyone can participate; the barriers to entry are as much linguistic as they are financial. With that in mind, here's a primer on the A to Z of the financial multiverse.
Last week a Justice of the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court declared that chimpanzees are not people, legally speaking. This does not bode well for the wider and active great ape rights movement.
News reports on protests that focus on broken windows or a shop's momentary loss of income are missing the broader context of why people take to the streets to demand change.