Urbane New Yorkers Now Ruining the Sport of Soccer—Ahem—Football

Football, a sport steeped in working class history, has now regrettably fallen into the soft, pasty hands of the well-bred citizens of New York. According to a piece published in the New York Times last week, soccer has amassed a following of literary types who find the game "a public display of global cultural… » 4/21/14 9:24pm Monday 9:24pm

Captain and 2 Crew Members Arrested After S. Korean Ferry Catastrophe

After a ferry sank off South Korea last week, leaving over 266 missing and 36 confirmed dead, an arrest warrant was put out for the ferry's captain, Lee Joon-seok. He and a helmsman, as well as a rookie third mate, were taken into custody this afternoon. » 4/19/14 4:00pm Saturday 4:00pm

Tell-All Documentary About Hollywood Sex Abuse In the Works

After Michael Egan came forward this week with details of sex abuse he was a victim of in the late 90s at the hands of X-Men director Bryan Singer, it was revealed that a documentary about this and other stories of the sordid Hollywood sex ring has been in the works for two years. » 4/19/14 1:30pm Saturday 1:30pm

Bolivian Villagers Punished Thieves with Swarms of Venomous Ants

It's nearing the midnight hour on this special blood moon evening on the East Coast, but whatever time it is where you are—day or night—prepare yourself for horror. Near Cochabamba, Bolivia, two men who stole motorbikes from nearby Amazon villagers, were tied up to two trees and tortured ruthlessly by venomous ants. » 4/14/14 11:58pm 4/14/14 11:58pm