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What should've been an awesome trip to climb mountains turned south in a hurry thanks to some heavily-armed terrorists.
We spoke with Taha Anis in Karachi, Pakistan, where over 1,000 people died there this past June during a heat wave that saw temperatures topping 113 degrees Fahrenheit.
We're starting to come to the conclusion that there is a seedy underbelly to every single job and industry in the world.
We spoke to William Lane, a former player and volunteer coach in Central Texas. He told us some things about the crazy zeitgeist surrounding high school football.
Maybe we need to show the lifeguards a little more respect.
How accurate is that impression, though? We spoke with a few Eastern Kentucky residents about what life is really like in the poorest part of Appalachia.
It turns out the reality behind ... reality television is much more dramatic.
What do you really know about the Australian outback? We spoke to someone who works there and this is what we learned.
Basically, it seems like Wikipedia has some weird problems with regard to gender -- so what's up?
We spoke to those who lived under Fidel Castro's rule. Here's what we learned.
It's not super easy to get former nuclear missileers to talk. But our source had just been kicked out of the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for reasons we'll explain momentarily.
Belarus is frequently called 'Europe's last dictatorship.' We sat down with a man from there, and this is what we learned
We talked to some biohazard cleaning technicians -- folks who handle messes too dangerous or terrifying for mortal maids. Here's what they told us ...
We spoke to Christie, Emily and Kevin about the strange things you experience when medical professionals cut your skull open and start playing around inside.
As paid sex goes, a trip to the massage parlor sounds classier than hiring a hooker.