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There's always an apocalypse somewhere. Today's example: Venezuela.
What's it like to leave for work every day and carefully avoid the fake carnage that has been set in place by the crew, and have to stay out of the way during filming?
It's like 'Rain Man' except the arcades want you to beat them.
Sometimes we'll hear a grandparent being like, 'You sit down and you stay there! You stole my money!'
The military has its own special way of punishing lawbreakers, and while we don't know much about military justice, we assume it's not one hour to think in the time-out corner.
Life behind bars is a terrifying possibility that haunts your every waking moment. But for some people, it's where they go to work every single day.
Where public sex is a big problem, and security will hunt kids down like they're Terminators.
Only two things in life are certain, death and family baggage. What happens when you find yourself staring down the barrel of both, at the same time?
Not surprisingly, everything Hollywood taught us about fast driving is wrong.
Despite what they sell, the flower industry is not always a pretty business -- filled with slavery, disease, and pain.
Here's what we learned speaking to a Pan-American Games silver medalist and current Olympian about what it's like to move your legs back and forth for a living.
Beijing, we're finding out, has the kind of pollution that makes it seem like you're downwind from a freaking volcano eruption.
I wanted a job that utilized my skills learned from a lifetime of watching muscular men in burnt t-shirts save the world. Since I couldn't get a job throwing Hans Gruber off a roof, I decided to join the fire department.
We'll go out on a limb here and say homelessness sucks. But what about the homeless in someplace beautiful, like Hawaii?