The Berenstains started branching out into children's chapter books that addressed weightier subjects. One such subject? School shootings.
Doctors like to call dibs and end up building some impressive collections.
A closer look at these unaccredited, live-in facilities where teens are forced to attend for reasons ranging anywhere from 'thinks new stepdad sucks' to serious addictions and mental illnesses.
Sleep won't be an option tonight.
When people get it into their heads to restore vandalized monuments, the potential for disaster becomes hilariously impressive.
How does a 500-ton airplane just stay up in the air like that? If it's not wizards, we don't know the answer. Luckily we found somebody who does.
It turns out that J.K. Rowling makes it a habit to turn real people from her life into characters in her books, and for turning those characters into revenge.
After talking to real dyslexics, we discovered that the disorder is in fact more serious than we ever thought.
Chris is constantly doing things that no one else would even dare, as he has no apparent fear of failure, understanding of his personal limitations, or respect for natural law.
There's always an apocalypse somewhere. Today's example: Venezuela.
It's like 'Rain Man' except the arcades want you to beat them.
If conflict is essential to good storytelling, then violence, devoid of context, is entertainment, I would argue.