Turns Out Celebrities Aren't That Great at Selling Weed
Snoop Dogg, Ghostface Killah, and… Martha Stewart? As the legal weed market expands, brands want famous faces to promote their products, even if they’ve never smoked a joint in their life.
Julian Assange’s Whistleblowing Doesn’t Make Him Immune to Critique
Yes, he founded Wikileaks and has also flagrantly dodged two sexual assault allegations – both realities can be true at once.
The Prisoners Who Told the World About the Holocaust
A new exhibition at London's Wiener Library tells the story of the men and women who snuck evidence out of concentration camps, enlightening the public and ruling powers across the world.
British Airways Is Still Complicit in Deporting LGBTQ Asylum Seekers
I watched activists crash an airline gala to chant "deportation contracts make us sick" and hand out sick bags to 200 guests, including the CEO of British Airways.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup
Soccer Is Not 'Art', and That's Fine
A chat with Ken Early, host of possibly the world's best football podcast.
An Englishman Explains the Royal Wedding to an Increasingly Bewildered American
Hey, there's a Royal Wedding happening. You know who really cares about that? Americans. We answered our US editor's burning questions about it:
Karl Marx Has Never Been More Relevant
And would you look at that – it's his 200th birthday this weekend.
How Arsene Wenger's Rise and Fall Mirrors the End of Blairism and Cool Britannia
Blair’s Third Way and Wenger’s vitamin-infused tiki taka transformed their fields, were re-worked by others and then ceased to work.
The Painful Battle for a Painless Death
Omid suffers from a rare nervous system disorder that will slowly and painfully kill him. He's crowdfunding a legal challenge for the right to die how he wants.
Sufjan Stevens Doesn’t Need an Oscar to be a Master of Conjuring Worlds
The artist's back catalogue conveys a multitude of feelings – from sexuality to spirituality – in a way that seems timeless.
How Far Off Are We from the Digital Clones of 'Black Mirror'?
The Charlie Brooker series has returned to one fear more than any other: that digital clones could be tortured for eternity.
Britain Has Never Faced Up to the Shame of Empire
Nearly half of Brits think we should be proud of our colonial heritage.