I spent a year living in an all-male religious commune run by an obscure Roman Catholic sect. Here's what that was like.
In 1896, Alice Guy wrote, produced, and directed the first narrative fiction film. She went on to make countless other advances in cinematography throughout her short career, but only her male colleagues are heralded as "fathers of modern cinema."
You hear that, The Academy? Do you fucking hear this piece of stenciled graffiti on the side of a sandwich shop in east London?
I spent an evening with staff from London's Air Ambulance, the team tasked with treating the capital's most gravely wounded.
What would John Stewart Mill say about weed? Are psychedelics OK if they expand your mind? Are drugs a bad thing from a moral standpoint? We asked an expert.
Mary Dague lost both her arms in Iraq. Thanks to a million-dollar Indiegogo campaign, she's now starring alongside other ex-soldiers in Range 15, a zombie movie that wants to show the funny side of being an army vet.
The show will debut on our new TV channel, VICELAND, coming February 29.
We asked sellers, police, and experts why no one seems to care about the importation of "magic truffles," legal in Holland but seriously illegal in Britain.
Brutally honest scenes of matrimony from Jakob Wassermann's novel My Marriage, out today from New York Review Books Classics.
We went to the Bratz offices to meet the people designing the "edgy and on the cutting edge" dolls that everyone either loves or loves to hate.
Set in 1983, the Cold War drama deals with life in Germany on the brink of the fall of the Berlin Wall through the eyes of a young man who's forced to become a Stasi spy.
More and more women are buying into the new-age trend, so we spoke to a few to see if marrying yourself really changes your life.
Photographer Cody Weber wants to foster state pride by capturing the beauty of all 947 towns in Iowa.
In her new book, It Ended Badly, Jennifer Wright compiles some of history's most traumatic breakups, resulting in a how-to guide to love gone wrong.
Climate change and global citizenship come together in Lucy + Jorge Orta's latest exhibition, Antarctica.
"Dripping with ingenuity and alt-lifestyle aura lays the Snowpocalypse of 2016's most desirable getaway," read the description.
Bill Kuenzel was convicted of murder in 1988 despite witnesses saying his co-worker was at the scene of the crime. 27 years later, will he get another hearing?
The laws once used to protect pregnant women are now being used to prosecute them.
Some people, including French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, believe that waves of immigration are going to destabilize the EU. We asked an expert if that was a likely possibility.
We also learn about the DIY internet network that could disrupt major providers and visit the Australian bar that really loves George Costanza.
I sleep a lot. A ton, even. Could I be an addict?
Turns out that the "cat therapist" is more of a human therapist than I expected.
Goldie, arguably the most famous drum 'n bass and jungle producer to ever do it, just launched a graffiti app called ARTA. The artist wants it to honor the tradition and history of tagging, while also modernizing its culture.
"I haven't told my family. I have a daughter who is 46-years-old. It would creep her out."