Throughout recorded history, we've been covering up our faces (or other people's, by force) for all sorts of practical reasons.
What does Hollywood get wrong about war? Well, everything.
Nostalgia is generally a pleasant experience, but soon you're going to find yourself nostalgic for nostalgia, because nostalgia as we know it is dying off.
After over 10 years of travel, I've learned one thing above all else: When you travel, you're bound to meet some major assholes who think their shit doesn't stink.
There are all sorts of random-ass things that mess up your sleep in ways you'd never have guessed.
We talked to some biohazard cleaning technicians -- folks who handle messes too dangerous or terrifying for mortal maids. Here's what they told us ...
It's easy to be derisive toward things we deem as dumb or subpar or belonging to unwashed philistines. But it turns out we should probably bite our high-falutin' tongues.
Have you ever been drunkenly careening through the Internet, feeling like the captain of the free world, only to smash headlong into a website that seemed designed specifically to mess with you?
It's easier than ever for trusted professionals to accidentally broadcast the shit they say behind our backs to all of civilization.
The Oath Keepers' core membership is largely comprised of active duty and retired police officers, firefighters, and military. I went undercover in this group, and this is what I learned.
The human body is a ridiculous bundle of evolutionary misfires, and it continually finds ways to surprise us.
Is there any greater summer activity than going to the local fair and discovering what unholy deep-fried concoctions are being sold to those with a disregard for their stomachs and their mortality?