- House of Cards: the Sitcom Give a Drunk Rat the “Cuddle Hormone”
- Saving Dogs From Winter Snow and Ice Why Some People Smell Their Hands After Handshakes
- What Will Happen to Afghan Women When The U.S. Leaves Jaw-Dropping Footage of the Chilean Volcano
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The Universal Allure of WarHow the enhanced emotional experience of combat takes hold in conflict zones.
Inside JobWhy American vet Elliott Ackerman wrote about insider attacks from the Afghan perspective in his novel, Green on Blue.
Terror of TravelI have extreme anxiety about traveling, but my boss wants me to for work.
“Violence Against Women Is the Foreigners’ Fault”What happens to Afghan women when the U.S. military pulls out?
“They’re Freebasing the Crystal Meth of Purpose”Why the pull of war is so strong for soldiers (and journalists) in combat zones.
America’s Worst PresidentHow Andrew Johnson betrayed Lincoln and screwed America for a century.
Saving Dogs From Winter Snow and IceLocal news stations report on owners and first responders pulling pups to safety.
Every Shot on House of Cards Looks the SameHow to compose a House of Cards shot: blue up front, yellow in back.
Miserly RelativesPrudie counsels a woman expected to pay her way at her brother’s child’s birthday party.