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Jason Croghan has spent several thousand dollars on smartphone games, and he told us all about how they sink their claws into you and don't let go.
The phrase "Bride Of Christ" is taken a lot more literally than you might think.
We sat down with a woman whose father contracted Fournier's Gangrene, an aggressive brand of flesh-eating bacteria famed for attacking its victims crotch-first.
Where do your teeth go after they've been pulled out of your screaming skull by a sadist with a light on his forehead?
As a result, misinformation spreads like wildfire even among people who think they're doing good ... maybe more so, since self-righteousness is like napalm in this metaphor.
Tim told us about committing sexual assault. If you want to change a culture, first you need to understand it ... and there are a lot of Tims out there.
We sat down with Wren Williams, a woman who suffers from bipolar disorder, and here's what she told us about living with one of the most stigmatized illnesses in the modern world.
We sent one of our interviewers to Washington D.C. to speak with a source at a national archive, about saving relics from America's past from ending up next to your Taco Bell receipt in the trash.
We sat down with lesbian porn star Lily Cade to learn about working in the business. Here's what she told us.
We spoke to a party planner in one of the wealthiest counties in the United States. Here's what she told us ...
We sat down with one woman whose family narrowly survived a tornado to find out what it's like to be at ground zero when the weather tries to assassinate you
If you have ever had the plague, no one accused you of faking it to get handicapped parking for your oxen or whatever. Not the case with my particular disease.
We spoke to someone who spent years working as a manager in a community for the intellectually disabled to learn about the brutal realities of one of the country's most invisible demographics.
We sat down with a speller who competed in the National Bee in 2004. He told us some pretty unfortunate things.
I'm a microbiology technologist. Every day I look at a series of disgusting samples of bodily waste and diseased flesh to figure out why a patient is sick.