Yes, Grief Can Make You Horny

Craving sex is an awkward but deeply human response to one of life's worst moments.


Deadly Fire Triggers Riots at Overcrowded Greek Migrant Camp: "It Was Only a Matter of Time"

“There’s one shower every 200 people, a toilet every 90 people."


10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a 'Death Coach'

"I have everything from 18-year-olds to 80-year-olds, honestly. Being afraid of death is pretty universal."


The Feds Want to Know If You've Vaped Illicit Juice — and No, You Won't Be Charged

The FDA revealed that it’s opened a criminal investigation into hundreds of mysterious, vaping-related illnesses.


I Deal With Grief Through Extreme Makeup to Make People Look at Me

I was in such a pained state that I wanted people—even strangers—to stop and pay attention.


The Woman Who Says Epstein Raped Her at 15 Is Now Suing His 'Recruiter,' 'Secretary,' and 'Maid'

"They robbed me of my youth, my identity, my innocence, my self-worth," Jennifer Araoz said.


The Fans Who Refuse to Believe Michael Jackson Is Dead

On the tenth anniversary of his death, we look at some of the conspiracy theories surrounding the disgraced king of pop.


Two Infants, a Toddler, and a Woman Found Dead at “Devil’s Corner" Along Texas Border​

The Rio Grande Valley, where the park is based, accounts for more than 40% of illegal crossing arrests.


Louisiana City Just Repealed Its “Saggy Pants” Law After a Black Man Was Shot by Police

“There is no legitimate need for this ordinance beyond racially motivated animus,” the ACLU of Louisiana’s legal director said.


A Toddler from Guatemala Is the 4th Child to Die in U.S. Custody Since December​

It’s not clear when, exactly, the toddler got sick, and the death is still under investigation.


Keanu Reeves Told Stephen Colbert What Happens When We Die

Keanu is my new religion.