Resellers who document their lives on YouTube found an extraordinary collection of beloved video games lurking underneath mounds of filth and bugs.
Spoiler: I found something way better than toilet paper.
Last week, a Canadian news outlet posted a video of a couple buying literally every piece of meat at a Save On Foods—and the internet was enraged.
The retailer is no longer accepting returns on toilet paper, paper towels, sanitizing wipes, bottled water, Lysol cleaners, or rice.
We spoke to some mass anxiety experts about coronavirus panic.
Researchers are using VR to surround diagnosed hoarders with clutter. I tried it out.
Scraps are Lydia Ricci's love language.
Spice Girls chocolate bar, anyone?
Former Nevada lieutenant governor and neurosurgeon Lonnie Hammargren has spent decades and millions collecting everything from roller coasters to movie props to spacecraft.
A new book examines the anxieties that lead to compulsions, from obsessive online shopping to hoarding and germaphobia.
The Y2K bug got the public more familiar with the survivalist lifestyle than ever. However, despite all the soothsayers warning the public to stock up for armageddon, the public didn’t take the bait.