"The opioid epidemic is ravaging communities and families across the country, and Ohio has been impacted the most."
The story of a dual Mexican-American citizen who commutes to the US to work every day to support her family.
Cisgendered women are lucky to have the only organ in the human body dedicated exclusively to pleasure. They are unlucky, however, that so many people know so little about it.
"Around five years ago, Corey Maison first came out to her mom as transgender. A few years later, her mom Eric came out as transgender, too."
There's also a lot more art to the whole discipline then we realized — but, no, that doesn't make it all any less weird.
Refugees who escaped their war torn homes are hiding in wait, hoping for a day when they can live in the Netherlands legally.
Starving your enemies is terrible enough, but doing it at scale means bystanders bear the brunt of the assault.
He's the first of his kind in the world but maybe there is a reason he has no predecessors...
"Technology plays a huge part in the America's Cup. It's been said the fastest boat has won the America's Cup for the last 160 years and I'm not sure that is about to change."
BuzzFeed producer Kelsey Darragh suffers from "the worst pain in the world" and has yet to find a treatment that works.
As soon as you hit 5 feet, you're disqualified from competing as a jockey in these weirdly captivating pony races.
Distiller Bryan Davis created a contraption that ages spirits really freaking fast, but if you want to taste them you'll have to take a whimsical hike through the "forests" of a warehouse in Los Angeles.
See the result at 7:21... London-based stonecarver Anna Rubincam creates a portrait from start to finish -- all shot within a span of three weeks. Used with ...
Saffron comes from a beautiful, bright purple flower that blooms only once a year.
After John Riegert attempted suicide, his friend put together an art show in which 250 artists created John's portrait in different media.
The 3DO came out at the cutting edge of home 3D processing and had serious tech to back it up. Its creators were gaming industry luminaries. So why did it fail? Well, price might've had something to do with it...
Since 1921, the A L Simpkins company in Sheffield has been making small batch glucose treats the traditional way.
The Library of Congress has over 160 million items, including many unusual works like the Guttenberg bible, George Washington's maps... and a print poster for 50 Cent's first album.
Artist John Edmark doesn't consider himself a sculptor. He sees himself as an investigator, seeking novel questions with unintuitive answers.
James Davis spent more than four years battling with the city of Stevenson, Alabama to let his wife Patsy rest in peace in their yard.
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