Nobody really roots for health's bad guy, right? Wrong.
Love can be pretty great, but mostly it's complicated and gross.
The future looks depressing but also kind of awesome.
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.
No one likes to be typecast, but these companies should've just been happy with their billions of dollars.
Who doesn't love stories about underdogs working the system, trying their hardest, and finally rising up to defeat the, uh, overdogs?
We understand why these places wouldn't want to draw attention to any of their less redeeming qualities that put them on the map.
'There must be an accident. Or maybe someone's betrayed me.'
There are lots of dedicated builders who have prepared some pretty fancy spots where you can ride out the end of the world in style.
We're starting to think law classes should be a requirement for everyone.
We tend to think that every rich CEO who isn't Elon Musk or Bruce Wayne is a smirking sociopath who orders layoffs while floating nude in a pool filled with champagne.
It turned out Gilberto Valle liked to fantasize in great detail about killing and cooking people with other strangers online -- but he insists that fantasy is all it ever was.