Meet the Women Helping Restaurants Take on Social Issues
Social action platform Good Day Productions connects restaurants with local charities "to show them how easy it is to make a difference."
How Cults Use YouTube for Recruitment
You can now unknowingly be recruited into a cult without leaving your home.
How the Mums of Extremists Are Uniting Against ISIS
A mother who lost her son in Syria tells us how she's trying to stop other families suffering the same fate.
Why You Should Get on Twitter If You Want to Be a Chef
A new report from British communications agency William Murray has found that 57 percent of chefs are using social media to recruit for their restaurants.
How Spreading the Word of God Made Me Lose My Own Faith
If you think starting college is hard, try doing it as a 17-year-old virgin going through a breakup, spending your first week trying to get strangers to come to Jesus.
Tracking the Online Life of a Female British ISIS Recruiter
Umm Muthanna al-Britannia left the UK for Syria in 2015 and quickly followed the established career path of western female recruits: recruiting and propagandising online.
Things You Only Know When You've Worked in Retail
If you've never worked in a high street shop, you have no fucking idea what real life is.
Inside Ben Gardane, Tunisia's Jihadist Enclave
Not far from Libya's border, the town of Ben Gardane is rife with smuggling, illegal money trading, and jihadist recruitment.
Can the Feds Stop Islamic State Recruiters from Preying on Somali Americans?
Minneapolis's large Somali community has seen plenty of local youth recruited by extremists over the years, but some say the problem is inequality, not a lack of counselling or outreach.