Volume 22 Issue 12
Ukraine's drug addicts have always been at risk for deadly diseases, but the precarious economic situation and the war has only increased the danger of contagion.
Belarus's scars and, more importantly, the heroics of war have become the central focus of a government in search of a unifying national identity.
When one fan messaged her saying he'd like her to suck him like a popsicle, Brielle replied, "I bite popsicles in half and deposit them into food processors before force feeding the resulting slushy to other popsicles."
And so the chain of environmental devastation continues.
This August, a court ruled that labeling goods made using minerals from warlord-controlled mines is a matter of opinion on moral responsibility, not a factual statement relevant to investors.
Say hello and thank you to Stacy Kranitz, Juan Camilo Maldonado Tovar, Astra Taylor, and more.
Recent studies have found that "all forms of sarcastic exchanges" exercise your brain. Nice.
We now know that shit's worth more than jack shit.
Strippers in Las Vegas and elsewhere are pushing back against rules that make it harder for them to earn a living or file claims for sexual harassment.
Uri Ariel of Israel's far-right Jewish Home party has suggested that Israel should "transfer stray dogs and cats...to a foreign nation that will agree to accept them."
The tests have little scientific basis, but could save a life.