Even the basic stuff we think we understand about international conflict is, at best, mostly wrong.
The 2016 election isn't even close to the dumbest, craziest, most spectacularly corrupt election America has dealt with.
As history has shown us, the greatest ideas have been formulated by maniacal geniuses. And terrible ideas, well, they just come from maniacs.
If you've wondered if there are any video game-esque Easter eggs in real life, the answer, of course, is yes.
Still believe the world doesn't have any heroes? Then turn off those 24-hour news channels.
For the truly unlucky among us, our jackass deaths will be cataloged by incredulous historians for all eternity.
Be careful what kind of legacy you leave, or you'll be remembered forever for something you totally despise.
Warning: You'll probably be up all night trying to figure out the terrifying truth behind these mysterious crimes.
According to the denizens of /r/conspiracy and your wacky aunt on Facebook, there are terrifying mysteries unfolding all around us, all the time. These people clearly don't use Google.
Kiyo Sato was an 18-year-old Japanese-American living in Sacramento when WWII broke out and the government decided she and her family couldn't be trusted.
We love our serial killers in one of two flavors -- dead, or in prison. But not the third flavor: the ones who do their thing for years, or even decades, without ever getting caught.
Sometimes genius comes as a result of depressing, horrifying childhood trauma.
These idiots would probably still be free today if they'd simply cashed their (considerable) chips in while they were ahead.
You see, back in the day, the Fourth of July was more or less the holiday equivalent of smashing your own face with a beer bottle and uppercutting Benedict Arnold.
If we're being totally honest with ourselves, presidential elections have historically been kind of a shitshow.