5 ways Edward Snowden can smuggle himself out of the Moscow airport.
How it's possible for Botswana and Sweden to top a global ranking of rape.
You ask them to stop it.
Anything not designed to kill. But that doesn't mean it can't be used for bloody ends.
Bad news: You need more than a passport, some pocket change, and a healthy disdain for the IRS.
Call the religious police's Anti-Witchcraft Unit and get them to set up a sting operation.
Perhaps, plus or minus 50 million babies.
Depends what you consider rich. (But yes.)
Depends where they keep it.
For the most part, yes, unless they're fighting against America.
It all depends on if the country is able to pay its debts, and whether it's willing to.
Because people don't keep their vegetables around to study.
No, but sometimes it helps.
It's a uniquely American form of gridlock.
Not as dangerous as the other substances it's releasing.
Technically, yes, thanks to a vague U.N. resolution.