Paralyzed by a Sniper, a Young Syrian Refugee Now Dreams in Virtual Reality
Hybrid documentary 'Bashir's Dream' tells the story of Qusai Bashir Masaama, who was shot in the back by a sniper at 10 years old.
Do Sociopaths Make Better Soldiers?
Though you might think people who could kill without remorse would make perfect fighters, in reality it can be difficult to make it as a soldier without a conscience.
Phil Kessel Was Never Loved in Toronto
Phil Kessel scored a lot of goals for the Leafs. That alone wasn't enough for Toronto fans to ever really embrace him.
GLaDOS and The Sniper: A Voice Acting Love Story
Meet Ellen McLain and John Patrick Lowrie, the grandparents of video game voice over acting.
In Afghanistan in the not-too-distant future, US soldiers share their headsets and POV with spectators from back home. In order to get authorization to fire, all they need is enough upvotes.
Julian Mortimer Smith
Greatness, Murder, and the Last Days: Dany Heatley's Rise and Fall from NHL Stardom
Banished to minor league purgatory, can one of hockey's great snipers find his game again? Will the NHL even care if he does?
Is Jane Fonda Right About 'American Sniper'?
Critics of <i>American Sniper</i> have presupposed the American public is too stupid to appreciate the film's nuances.
A Visit to the Turkish Clinic Where Students Are Fitting Syrians with New Legs
With the Syrian Civil War still in a deadlock, and the regime’s continuing campaign of indiscriminate mass bombings, more patients will find their way to al Masri's clinic. After their visits, many will return to the front lines a few days later.
Jimmy Thomson and Emma Jarratt
The Comics Issue