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It turns out South Africa today has nothing on South Africa of the '90s.
As a guy who used to work at one of those stores, I can assure you there is way more to these 'health' products than bulk-up shakes and that most of the products are actually terrible for you.
Any part of the body can be used to defeat your opponents. Even the excrement.
How Hollywood-tainted is our concept of this ubiquitous life-saving technique?
Homeless tent cities sounded really strange, and kind of like it might be a post-apocalyptic nightmare.
If you spend years watching everything that happens in the casino day after day, you'll see what hives of scum and misery the places can be
Genitals tend to be a one-per-customer sort of affair. But sometimes, our sex organs double up, and people end up with two thingies where there should be only one ... um, thingy.
We sent a writer and a photographer out to the Serbia-Hungary border to speak with a few dozen of the 3 million Syrians who have fled their homeland so far.
To date, the biggest cultural touchstone we have on the subject of male prostitution is the 'Deuce Bigalow' series. So we decided to investigate for ourselves.
Everyone has seen 'Too Many Cooks.' We wanted to know how such a bizarre piece of entertainment gets made, so we talked to its writer and director, Casper Kelly.
If you delve too deeply into ballet, you'll find that it's a grueling contest even NFL linebackers couldn't endure.
We spoke to Doug Woodhams, a Lieutenant Colonel in the Marine Corps reserves. He happened to be in Liberia when an Ebola outbreak occurred, and found himself at its epicenter.
We spoke with a woman who was raised deep in the heart of hardcore Christian
We talked to Sam to get a behind-the-scenes look at other people's terrible decisions.
We talked to Alex, an engineer at a nuclear plant in the Midwest, to learn how accurate 'The Simpsons' really is. Here's what we learned.