The news is like a shrill fire alarm that screams 24 hours a day, because really there's always something on fire somewhere.
We sent a writer and a photographer out to the Serbia-Hungary border to speak with a few dozen of the 3 million Syrians who have fled their homeland so far.
Sometimes, revisiting those classics you loved as a kid can be a disappointing experience. On rare occasions, though, it's more meaningful.
Modern-day survivalists aren't generally regarded as the most sane people on the planet. But sometimes they get it right.
Sometimes watching the news can feel like you're seeing an anti-Earth propaganda film produced by aliens.
The news media's primary motivation these days is clearly to drum up sales of emergency apocalypse supplies.
These are somewhat commendable ideas, but you won't be surprised to know that, in almost every case, their attempts failed miserably.
Here are just a few inventive methods that practitioners of the paranormal have developed to distinguish themselves from their peers.
Judging from the news, the world is like a disaster movie, only without the last few scenes where everybody escapes.
Oh no, school's almost here and you didn't buy any new clothes! Good thing we have you covered!
Staying on top of the news is like trying to follow the plot of Kevin Spacey's serial killer notebooks in 'Se7en.'
When disaster strikes, there are plenty of ways you can respond without being a massive tool. But that's not what these heroes decided to do.
If you see the bulldozers then you'll already know that it's too late.
The general reaction to these protesters across the Internet was fascinating. And sad.