Reinhold Hanning claims he had no idea was happening inside the concentration camp where he worked at the time. He may have been an accessory to over 170,000 murders.
"Tap dancing is the foundation of our organization. I strive to make sure that children understand that it is a dance form that comes out of black culture."
"Only about 1,000 people have been verified as living past 110. That’s roughly .00001 percent of the current human population. Of these people, only about 10 percent are male. Of these males, 0 percent could run a marathon."
VICE had exclusive access to Roem's historic victory on November 7th.
A new documentary asks what it means to share your consciousness.
It's very hard to gain access to Norilsk, Russia. That's because, as beautiful as it is, it's also quite dangerous.
You might have to fly halfway across the world to get there, but Chan Hon Meng's food stall is home to the cheapest Michelin-starred meal in the world.
Behind its baroque façade, the San Francisco Columbarium holds the ashes of thousands.
"Some of us were luckier than most: to capture the moment and then come home. Therefore, we honor those... who didn't come home."
Motormouth John Moschitta Jr. was everywhere in the '80s, with stints as the FedEx guy, Mr. Testaverde on "Saved by the Bell" and the Micro Machines Man. Great Big Story sat down with the world record breaker to learn about his fast-paced life.
Growing up, Andrés Ruzo's grandfather would tell him tales of a boiling river situated near a City of Gold. At the time, he thought it was a tall tale, but years later as a geothermal scientist, he actually discovered a boiling river.
"Ian Manuel was just 13 when he shot Debbie Baigrie. A year into his life sentence, he called her to apologize. That eventually led to her forgiveness, an unlikely friendship and a mission to help free him."
The "Inertia Variations," a documentary by Johanna St Michaels, follows Matt Johnson of The The as he battles with feelings of disenchantment and writer's block.
A new documentary looks at the rise and fall of a technocratic vision of the urban future.
Fair warning: there are clowns aboard the hot air balloons for some strange reason.
The PBS series by Burns focuses on soldiers' stories, with scant attention to the immense number of Vietnamese civilians who suffered and died.
What will happen to national parks like Big Bend National Park, which straddles Texas and Mexico, if a border wall is really built?
Dave Sieg has spent the last twenty years preserving the only working Scanimate, a technology responsible for kick-starting the beginnings of TV and film motion graphics.
"Kids at school made fun of me but I'm all good because now I'm fucking in GQ and shit."
It will be impossibly hard to bury you and when they finally do, you'll be preserved forever, haunting the heck outta people.
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