Trying to stay current with the news is like getting a job manning Earth's complaint desk.
Lengthy primaries, bitter arguments, colossal amounts of money ... that's just how democracy works, right? But some of those everyday oddities are completely baffling to outsiders.
The news can make it look like the world is directed by Zack Snyder while going through a bitter divorce.
In 2006, the ATF started experimenting with letting cartels smuggle guns into Mexico. We talked to someone who was a part of this predictable disaster.
Looking at a woman wearing the chemically-modified corpses of several foxes can really build your confidence.
The news reads like somebody gave a thousand monkeys a thousand typewriters and then set the building on fire.
By the end of this article, you might prefer having shrapnel explode into your skull.
For years now, people who preach the exact same brand of hate as Trump (sometimes worse) have been winning elections and gaining power at an alarming rate all over Europe and other parts of the world.
Katt Williams might be at 'crying for help' levels here.
The news media knows that if you ever stop being terrified, they go bankrupt.
We say this in all earnestness: Please, won't someone think of the children?
The FBI keeps pretty strict tabs on militias, for obvious reasons, which often means using paid informants such as Bill Fulton.
People shared these last week like you're right now sharing sad Ben Affleck.
From our movies to music to even our drug epidemics, everything about this decade is screaming '80s.
To prevent all of us from having a rage stroke between now and November, I decided to make a quick guide to help center us during these turdulent times.