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I Got Banned From the US When Airport Security Found My Coke Texts
Immigration officials said that they’d found a reference to cocaine on my phone and immediately put me on a flight back to the UK.
I'm a Paramedic, Please Stop Asking Me the Worst Thing I've Ever Seen
As a first responder, I’ve been asked this question countless times. Trust me, you don’t want to know.
Sixty Hours on a Greyhound Across Canada Almost Killed Me
Comedian Faisal Butt recalls the time he couldn’t afford to fly to his own comedy gig.
What It's Like to Be a Big-Time Female Coke Trafficker
"We were moving like 60 keys a week. I brought in my dad and my stepbrother and we were off and running."
I Learned About My Dad’s Secret Family After His Death
“Even after you’re dead, people are eventually going to find out about who you really were.”
I Was a Cocaine Kingpin's Ride-or-Die
"When he came home, I would wake up and help him count the money."
Erika “Reika” Carter
How I Became a Satanist
Well, technically I'm a Luciferian witch, but try explaining that to a Bible-beater.
What It's Like to Be Married to a Mexican Drug Trafficker
"Two days before my daughter was born, they kidnapped my husband's bodyguard. At dawn on the day she was born, we found him hanging from a bridge."
'Grace and Frankie' Star June Diane Raphael Was Almost an Athlete Instead
The actor gave us a window into growing up and her experience at NYU.
June Diane Raphael
I Will Die to Protect This Holy Well in the West Bank
The first-person story of Archimandrite Ioustinos, the guardian of Jacob's Well in the West Bank.
The Upside Down World of Competitive Gymnastics
The high-pressure sport puts young girls through years of pain.
I Died, Met God, and Came Back as a Roots Healer
The first-person story of Bishop Dickerson, one of the last roots workers in Mississippi.