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I interviewed a spokesman with the DEA, along with four experts in the field, to find out why a whole bunch of people with terrible, chronic pain are about to become criminals.
I've been a lawyer in Mississippi helping clients with divorce cases for 10 years. Here's what I've learned.
Life on an aircraft carrier isn't nearly as cool as 'G.I. Joe' led us to believe.
Sometimes Hollywood leaves out the more uncomfortable details of strip clubs.
Yes, people die during these races.
Warning: Nothing but horror is ahead.
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No writers were harmed in the making of this article. Physically, at least.
We talked to Greg, a research survey pollster in Akron, and Ron, an employee of a partisan and consumer polling firm, about what it's like to keep your finger on the pulse of the nation.
'Well, I was going to dress up as Ramona Flowers and masturbate anyway, why not take pictures and charge people for them?'
We spoke to an HIV-positive gay man to find out what it was like to live in America at the height of the AIDS crisis.
To get a look at the dark underbelly of air travel, we talked to Ben, a ticket agent at San Diego International, James, a baggage handler at Seattle-Tacoma, and Bob, who cleans airplanes.
Turns out that while spice trading has lost some of its bloody, colonial-era edge, it still remains a risky, dirty trade.
Our main question: 'Do you wear a bird-themed costume and if not, why not?'