Four friends traded their laptops for hammers to create a place of their own. They learned far more than craftsmanship.
A sobering look at how the city blew up over the Rodney King verdict 25 years ago.
Here’s why—and what it means for your relationship.
It could save Detroit, prevent poverty and more!
Investigating the legalization of pot in America’s most populous state.
Is the recent rash of awful PR a speed bump or a pileup? Michael Weinreb investigates.
Because really, it’s everywhere we look.
As the cycle accelerates, Michael Weinreb delves into one insane feedback loop.
The game used to be an annual blowout. Now it rarely is. Here’s why.
The triumphant return of punk rock is just one reason…
For MAD magazine and other outlets, the struggle to mock a human caricature is real.
An expat, an angry mob and a whole lotta cold, hard truth.
Contrary to her Golden Globes dig, the UFC is more inclusive than Hollywood.
For better or worse, it’ll probably move a lot of units...
Sinatra, born 101 years ago, met Jack Daniel’s back when stars and brands could have much simpler relationships.
Like him or not, the man is shaking things up in ways good, bad and weird.
F1’s Nico Rosberg retired as champ, while Darrelle Revis and so many others desperately hang on.
Blowing off a commitment is sometimes the best decision you can make. Here’s why.
The Brazilian plane crash that killed several Chapecoense players reminds us why certain deaths hit us particularly hard.
Still outraged over Hillary’s email? Say hello to a potential Secretary of State with even dicier security issues.
What one writer learned emulating the, um, enthusiastic Michigan football coach before the biggest game of the season.
Mark Zuckerberg has admitted it’s all over Facebook. Here’s how to stop the spread.
It’s essentially a five-day vacation. GTFO of town, man.
As Tony Stewart rides off into the sunset, we reflect on one of the most successful/controversial careers in racing history.
In honor of Veterans Day, let’s try to do some good.
It’s been one hell of a week. But here are some things we can all still celebrate.
Or how to reach out to everyone you muted on Facebook this year.
And it’s time to start thinking about having one.
A Made Man writer’s father-in-law discusses his month in a Taiwanese jail and what it could mean for America.
Examining the rapper’s Nightline remarks and more.
To raise the roof again, the pros should take a few notes from Jalen Hurts and co.
Pirates and octopi and Viking sex, oh my.
How gazing into space can help you right here.
Josh Brown, Ray Rice and Roger Goodell’s (mis)handling of unconscionable acts.
As The Walking Dead returns, get to know the writer who saw it all coming 60 years ago—not the Will Smith movie.
Until that whole “I’ll keep you in suspense” bit, of course.
A sex expert explains consent—and shares some great pattern-interrupting dating tips, too.
The former New York Jet’s death is tragic, but his recovery remains inspirational.
This election might just be about civilization vs. bestiality.
A smart(ish), staunch supporter of The Donald shares four reasons.
And possibly how many couples are canceling out each other’s votes.
Sure, supporting a sorry franchise is tough. But can it cause you to fail in the game of life? Michael Weinreb investigates.
A presidential candidate went full Hazzard County last night.
We get just one vote. MIKE SAGER explains why you shouldn’t throw yours away.
When he’s holding a club, leave him the hell alone.