“Five Dollar Insanity”: Inside The Flakka Epidemic
The drug is 10 times more powerful than cocaine and has led to some truly horrific events.
Bloody Trade: Inside The (Mostly) Legal Practice Of Hunting Endangered Species In Africa
Big game hunters shoot an estimated 50,000 rare animals a year in Africa. What sort of person does this, how do they do it, and why?
Hangover-Free Alcohol May Be Yours By 2050
If you have ever attended college or had a job, chances are that you have also had a hangover. However, a new kind of synthetic alcohol might allow you to skip that. Imperial College professor David Nutt is behind the discovery, which he calls “alcosynth.” According to Nutt — who...
South Korea Reveals Plan To Assassinate Kim Jong-Un
This week, South Korea’s defense minister revealed that the country has troops on standby ready to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un if need be. As CNN reports, when South Korea’s Minister of National Defense Han Min-koo was asked during a session of parliament this Wednesday whether he had a...
What We Loved This Week, Sept. 18 – 24
The fashion and the attitude were never quite like this again.
What You Need To Know About “Superbugs”
The end of civilization as we know it might not start with a bang — but rather a sneeze.
Novum Pharma Raises Basic Acne Cream Cost To $10,000 Per Tube
Company spokesperson states that they are "providing therapeutic innovations that are affordable for patients."
Smoking Permanently “Scars” DNA, New Research Finds
Researchers find that even if you quit smoking, you're still screwed.
Inside The Medical Treatment That Allows You To Plant Feelings Into People’s Heads
"Mind control" is in its most sophisticated form yet -- and that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Inside The Pro-Western Iraq Now All But Forgotten
Rarely seen vintage images from when Iraq was the cosmopolitan darling of the Western world.
Half Of America’s Guns Owned By Just Three Percent Of Adult Population
A mere three percent of U.S. adults own approximately half of all the nation’s guns, according to a new study from Harvard and Northeastern universities.