Europe: The Final Countdown
The UK hasn't even left the EU yet, but the fallout from the vote is already robbing millennials of their prospects.
Everyone's angry, and thanks to the internet, it's never been easier to express that anger.
It was widely reported that just 36 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds voted, but a new study shows it was more like 64 percent—the largest youth turnout in 25 years. What else did the media get wrong, and why?
An odyssey into the abyss, starting in the Somerset mud.
Everyone in the UK is pretty on edge right now. Here's why.
I ate a potato, tried to pray, and enjoyed the company of some sheep.
"When it dawned on me that we'd lost, I felt like I'd been punched in the stomach."
"People are here because they lost. That's the problem. The only people who won are the bankers and the racists."
This and only this candidate should replace Jeremy Corbyn.
I'm as put out as you, but if you think about it, another referendum won't change anything.
There are some great theories going around, but they won't happen.