Life with kids is more terrifying than Steve Martin movies would have you believe.
No one has it easy. Not even pudgy, giggling claymation bakers.
I interviewed a spokesman with the DEA, along with four experts in the field, to find out why a whole bunch of people with terrible, chronic pain are about to become criminals.
Behold, the inebriated shenanigans of a chosen few legendary drinkers, whose stumbling binges squatted in the face of logic, national security, and history, and ripped a wet, beery fart.
Some movies that deserve at least a little bit of acclaim never really get it. Sometimes, this happens over the course of several movies.
A generation of students found out the hard way that archaeology isn't anywhere near as much fun as Indiana Jones made it look. Still, experts in the field do have their exciting, and even shocking, days at the office.
Once you read this, you'll pretty much owe us a life debt.
Playing games has never been easier or smoother than it is right now, because the industry has had decades to iron out all the catastrophic garbage.
We're, like, 99 percent confident the comments of this video will be extremely civil.
Sometimes two movies turn out to be so similar, in such ultra-specific ways, it makes you wonder if, well, there wasn't at least a tiny bit of ripping off going on.
I've been a lawyer in Mississippi helping clients with divorce cases for 10 years. Here's what I've learned.
We all know Rome wasn't built in a day.
It turns out the narrator of 'Fight Club' is more than Jack's raging bile duct.
These features deserve to be brought out into the remarkably well-placed light.
Look, we get it. Once you find out that your patronus is a three-legged alley cat, it's hard to get motivated to check on the news.
If we've said it once, we've said it a million times: Mother Nature is the enemy, and she wants nothing more than to destroy us.
I can't even do something simple like log onto Twitter without getting that same feeling of dread that I got as an ignorant third grader way back in 1982.
The dark, sticky underbelly of the internet is inundated with madcap election theories that are somehow even more far-fetched than the accusations the actual candidates have been throwing around.
Breitbart makes Fox News look like the BBC.