Once we've collectively overdosed on panic, we just move on like it never happened, never mentioning the problem again. But did it go away on its own? Did we solve it?
The first step toward solving any problem is understanding it, so I spent a month digging into the alt-right bubble, and think it's time to get a few things straight.
'Luis' is a journalist in Venezuela, and he risked his life to bring you the stories of other journalists he knows who've risked their</i> lives reporting the truth in
If you aren't a liberal when you get to the big city, you might be before the year is up.
Imagine you woke up one day to find several years had gone by in a blink. That's pretty much the same situation inmates are in, and with stigma attached.
There are some things everyone seems to do that, if we stopped to ask some friends from a faraway land about, they'd think we're all absolutely nuts.
If you've ever had a suspicion that your internet activity is vulnerable to hackers and spies, you're absolutely, 100 percent correct.
This video has over eight million views on Facebook, and gives precisely zero helpful advice.
Like the One Ring, a fancy camera can corrupt a soul, making its bearer capable of doing some stupid things.
Here are a few Valentine's day cards from the Trump administration to you, the American people. Now when they screw us, at least it'll feel romantic!
This may be a controversial statement, but it almost seems like the news media can't always be trusted.
Nobody really roots for health's bad guy, right? Wrong.
There are some places off the beaten path that fully deserve to remain hidden in plain sight, for fear of stepping on a 70-year-old bomb or tripping over a mass grave.
Sometimes spite is just so delicious.