Museums Are Trying to Fireproof Themselves in the Age of Climate Change
Institutions are hiring goats to eat brush, beefing up fire suppression systems, and in some cases are prepared to evacuate their art.
How the 1 Percent Gets High
Wealthy stoners are skipping $750 bongs in favor of cannabis consultants and heirloom weed.
For $1,000, These 'Sitters' Will Save You from a Bad Acid Trip
Yes, being a professional trip sitter is actually a job.
What It's Like to Be a Man Paid to Pretend to Attack Women
“You have to learn how to say some pretty nasty stuff,” says one of the male instructors at an “adrenal stress training” course.
What Anti-Pipeline Warriors Have Learned from Standing Rock
The South Dakota protest didn't stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, but it energised a movement.
The Dakota Access Pipeline Is Already Leaking
And the Standing Rock Sioux are worried.
Why Police Interrogations Lead to So Many False Confessions
'Making a Murderer' subject Brenden Dassey's confession, which a judge ruled was unlawfully coerced, demonstrates the sometimes dishonest lengths interrogators will go to to extract admissions of guilt.
Inside Stunt Performers’ Battle to Get Recognised by the Academy Awards
The men and women who put together and perform the action sequences that so many movies require say that it's time for the Academy to start recognising the work they do.
Terrorism Insurance Is a Booming Business After Paris and San Bernardino
Though the terrorism insurance industry didn't appear in the US until after 9/11, these days every spike in fear leads to an increase in customers.
Will the Paris Attacks Lead Law Enforcement to Crack Down on Encryption Apps?
Privacy advocates worry that governments will use terrorism as an excuse to take away people's right to secure communication.