72 Police Officers in Philly Just Got Put on Desk Duty for Writing Violent and Racist Facebook Posts

“We are equally as disgusted by many of the posts that you saw and in many cases, the rest of the nation saw."
Tess Owen

'Contemporary Mexican Codex,' Today's Comic by Urbano Ortega Matta

By mixing modern and ancient traditions, this comic gives us a taste of Mayan and Mexican culture.
Urbano Ortega Matta

Violent protests against Venezuela's president have left two dead

Venezuela is reeling from violent anti-government protests that have left at least two people dead and more than 100 detained.
Emma Fidel

The Village Where People Celebrate Easter by Beating the Hell Out of Each Other

Every year, people gather in the Georgian town of Lanchkhuti to participate in Lelo, one of the world's oldest and most violent sports.
Will Cathcart
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The Original ‘Grand Theft Auto’ Is More Complex and Better Than You Remember

The original Grand Theft Auto, more than most contemporary game, is a masterstroke of subjective vision and fallible narration.
Ed Smith

Laser Tag Taught Me How to Hate

I'm sick of everyone pretending this sweaty mess is the universe's ultimate pastime.
Wendy Syfret

Two Killed in Burundi as Thousands Protest President’s Plan to Run for Third Term

Riot police fired water cannons, tear gas, and live ammo to disperse crowds protesting President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to seek re-election.
Colleen Curry

Victoria Could be Overturning its Cage Fighting Ban

Last year, the Labor Party announced they'd repeal the state's cage fighting ban if voted into government. With their election victory in November, the MMA community is still waiting to get back inside the bars.
Chris Shearer

Video Emerges of Protesters Attacking Police in Cambodia Demonstrations

Almost 40 people were injured in demonstrations where protesters beat police with batons and flag poles near Phnom Penh's Freedom Park.
Olivia Becker
The Sprinkles of the Sandman Issue

Bath Salts in the Wound

Few places were as primed for the plague of bath salts as the Southeast neighborhood of Roanoke, Virginia. Before long, buyers swarmed the tobacco stores that carried it. Salt users would show up at a retailer five or six times a day. The lines were...
Rob Fischer
Motherboard Blog

After Supreme Court Victory, The Freedom To Game Vs The Freedom To Game Well

In the moments after the announcement of Monday's landmark Supreme Court decision, which at long last established videogames as a protected form of creative expression under the United States Constitution, the general response I kept hearing went...
Janus Rose
The Catholic Guilt Issue

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"That footage is gonna reek of beagle-jaw!"
Jesse McManus