Don't try these at home.
Also this week: Someone vandalized a store called ISIS Books and Gifts.
Over 4,000 bronze and silver coins were buried around the year 294 and never discovered until 2015.
If you live in a big city you're probably spending huge chunks of your paychecks just to keep a roof over your head. Is there any way to fix that?
What the threat to the popular Bussey Building nightclub tells us about the war on fun in London.
Amazon's adaption of Philip K. Dick's alternate history classic is the network's best drama yet.
Sexual abuse, harassment, and 21-hour days—for thousands of domestic workers employed in Arab states, being a maid doesn't just mean mopping the floors.
i-D interviews the photographer about is experience in a Virginia community and prison, and exclusively premieres his film Date with Dad.
French political analyst Thomas Guénolé tells us about the prejudice faced by young Muslims living in French suburban ghettos.
The people behind the "age suit" have created another suit designed to make the wearer feel like he's on ecstasy and weed and acid and maybe some other stuff all at once.
We also get inspirational life coaching from a young millennial, check out a wrestling school where amateurs train like WWE superstars, and more.
A British poll found that 26 percent of males experience the same monthly symptoms associated with menstruation.
Babies are hellof smart. You don't have to talk down to them, they'll run with whatever you're throwing at them. I try to keep it 100 with mine and talk to her like I would any other grown person. You should do the same.
We talked to Darth Vader and Chewbacca, of Ukraine's Internet Party, to talk about political corruption and their hope that the country's parliament will one day be run by computers.
Tabloids love lurid pit bull attack stories, but are they blowing the threat out of proportion?
A chronic condition that affects one in ten women, endometriosis can result in agonizing pain and infertility. There are still no known causes and no known cure.
We speak to Dr. Adam Winstock, the Consultant Addiction Psychiatrist behind the annual Global Drug Survey, to discover the changing patterns of drug use today.
In embracing restrictions on refugees, right-wing politicians in the West are playing right into the Islamic State's hands.
Speed dating, free pizza, and something called a Fantasy Grandma all made appearances at alternative comedy queen Jo Firestone's Firestone Fest.
This week, Saba Ahmed donned an American flag hijab to debate Donald Trump's advisor on the conservative news network. We talked to her about Islamophobia, the social media reaction to this segment, and why she became a Republican in 2012.
For many ex-ultra-Orthodox Jews, leaving the community means being excommunicated by their families, shunned by their friends, and learning how to navigate the modern world alone.
Six men aged 19 to 30 talk about how they form bonds with other guys, and how those bonds can fall apart.
Catching up with Glenn Howerton and Charlie Day ahead of the show's eleventh season.
We also introduce you to one of Syria's biggest rappers and see a daddy-daughter dance through the eyes of fashion photographer Bruce Weber.