A Year of Lil Wayne
It's VMA Day so Here's a Video of Lil Wayne Performing at the 2011 VMAs
The VMAs are always a place to make a statement
A Year of Lil Wayne
A Year of Lil Wayne: Load Up the Choppers Like It's December 31st
Happy New Year from Noisey and Lil Wayne.
Swedish Sex Workers Are Using Airbnb to Get Around the Law
Advocates of decriminalizing prostitution said sex work in temporary apartments reflected the failure of the so-called "Swedish model" of making it legal to sell sex but illegal to buy it.
The Canadian Jihadist Who Burned His Passport After Joining ISIS Is Alive and Tweeting
The 22-year-old Calgary native who goes by "Abu Usamah" online told us that he was in Libya and claims Twitter keeps banning him.
Three Canadians Were Charged with Being Part of an Islamic State Cell
Authorities say that the three men, two of whom are believed to have gone to fight in Syria, were part of a terror cell operating out of Ottawa.
Father John Misty is Over the Demonic Clown Thing
The first time I saw Father John Misty I thought he was an asshole. But I also thought he was handsome, charming and capable of a deep and crystalline insight that most performers lack. He sang about hallucinogenic misadventures, sexual dominance and how
Is Edward Snowden Going to Germany?
Sub-question: Who will the ex-NSA agent Skype with first?
How Humans Will Respond to Immortality: A Chat with John Fischer
I chatted at length with the University of California–Riverside philosophy professor about living forever. As expected, the conversation got pretty meta.
America's Rules for Drone-Killing Americans Are More Torturous Than America Imagined
Before his CIA pick John Brennan gets grilled in Congress, Obama's own "torture memos" on targeted killings -- and a new set of intel on Bush's torture program -- shed some harsh light on how America secretly conducts war.
Adam Clark Estes
Obama's Got a New Drone Playbook That the CIA Can Ignore
The Obama adminstration is close to wrapping up its so-called drone "playbook" and its most notable marker, for now, is not so much who the policy reins in but who it keeps just out of arm's reach--and thus, hidden.
CIA Drones Have Free Rein in Pakistan for the Next Year
It's almost comical, the hand-wringing and head-butting that went into what's ultimately a non-decision, or at the least a long punt. And it doesn't help that the guy who designed Obama's new drone "playbook" doesn't have to adhere to it.
Obama's Drone Wars, Round 2
Nominating Chuck Hagel and John Brennan as defense secretary and CIA chief, respectively, represents a somewhat controversial re-imagining of the US national security team's expanding drone wars.