Who among us doesn't enjoy a good conspiracy theory?
Running for president and then losing is the first step toward a life of soul-crushing misery and heartache.
The steps we take in the name of curbing gun violence often come off as ceremonial gestures at best.
Sure, you could keep up with the news. But then you'd miss the balls-to-the-wall action of Mark Hamill shaving his beard.
Rumors continue to circulate about Donald Trump possibly dropping out of the election. That is understandably making GOP leadership nervous. So what are their other options?
What rarely comes up during discussions about the modern-day terror crisis is that, at least in the United States, terrorist attacks used to be a way bigger problem than they are now.
Keeping up with the news is like trying to play Whack-a-Mole with a spork.
You can't judge an entire country by their government. Which is why we reached out to two Saudi women to find out what life there is really.
We feel you. Some weeks you just get too busy erecting life-sized, naked Trump statues to keep up with the news.
Some people fire up the video camera and turn it right on themselves as soon as they start acting insane. Even worse, they're obviously proud of what they're doing.
It's impossible to predict exactly what kind of dumb, expensive television stunt the Trump campaign might go with. But there's a high probability that it will completely bizarre.
It's not just you. It's gotten a little weird, out there. Even the news seems like an Orwellian fever dream.
You probably heard that the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro were going to be an absolute disaster. But every virus-laden cloud holding you up at gunpoint has a silver lining.
There are plenty of responsibilities where cribbing off of whatever's new on Netflix is a really, really bad idea. Like shaping government policies.