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Nate Handley was seven when he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and he spent the next three and a half years being treated for his illness.
Thank you, computers, for getting smart enough to let us infuse some excitement into our otherwise mundane career choices.
By the way, hella spoilers in this article.
Pretty much required viewing for aliens coming to Earth.
Everyone was whipped up about marriage, children and Satan. So let's go ahead and call this "Omen Week."
When will cops freaking stop killing people?
There's toeing the line of honesty and then there's blasting the truth away with a bazooka.
In some cultures, it's a rite of passage.
Here are five things getting older teaches you to judge less harshly.
I've been preparing for retirement since I was a little boy, not by saving all my money or starting a 401(k) the second I got my first paper route, but by watching a shitload of game shows.
As it turns out, when you attempt to maintain relevancy in the world, a lot of things can fail.
If you recall the 2006 movie 'The Prestige,' you'll remember the plot is roughly about how 2 Batmen fight an army of Wolverines created by David Bowie.
If you recall the 2006 movie 'The Prestige,' you'll remember the plot is roughly about how 2 Batmen ...
Certainly fictional characters have sex. Maybe just not that gross kind the Internet conjures up.
We spoke with Matthew Cox, a senior artist, and Zach Baker, a programmer, who kindly agreed to tell us about their time working on the 'Waterworld' of gaming.
Once again I have collected a series of me going full 'Jackass' on my biology.
The concept of famous people cherry picking their trademark looks and moves from others makes us a little sad. (And you're making us the saddest, Beyonce.)
We talked to two ex-cops about everyone's favorite topic. Here's what they said.