What Does Weeks of Bushfire Smoke Actually Do to Your Lungs?
If you're living in Sydney or Melbourne you can expect some damage and possible health consequences in the future.
Sisqo Told Us the Origin Story for His Timeless Masterpiece, 'Thong Song'
On the song's 20th anniversary, we found out how divine intervention, The Beatles, and the violinist for Star Wars were involved in the creation of 'Thong Song.'
What It Was Like Growing Up in the Children of God Cult in Thailand
"There was a quiz in a magazine titled 'did you grow up in a cult?' I answered 'yes' to every question and realized the truth."
Drive-Thru Funerals Are Now a Thing in Japan
Feeling bereaved and on a tight schedule?
A Notorious French Gangster Has Broken Out of Prison in a Chopper
A second successful escape by Redoine Faid.
The Ex-Commando Who Reenacts His War on a Paintball Field
“If it’s no use worrying, what’s the point of crying?”
This Instant Noodle Dish Keeps the Peace in Prison
Mi goreng (often prepared with peanut butter) is the great unifier in Australian prisons.
I Was 21, Framed, and Tortured in a Lebanese Prison
When police found my friend's insulin and needles, they assumed we were junkies. Then the nightmare began.
Young Muslims Talk About the First Time They Cheated on Ramadan
"We ended up dipping back to her place to watch movies. The devil really looked after me that day."
My Time in an Outlaw Motorcycle Club Taught Me It's OK to Cry
Imagine a culture in which dead friends and lost childhoods are the norm.
Richard Dawkins Told Us What He Thinks About Memes
And then it got weird.
What It's Like to Be a Freelance War Photographer
Australia's Luke Cody explains how he manages fear in some of the world's most intense conflict zones.