[View the story "What's your vice?" on Storify] What's your vice? Share yours with @NewsHour and see what others had to say. The dreary days of February are coming to a close, and we can’t say we’re sad.
By Colleen Shalby
While self portraits have evolved over centuries of art movements, the more recent popularity of the selfie speaks to their longevity.
By Ruth Tam
Billions of dollars in gambling is happening in a currency that is largely unregulated, on websites set up on offshore servers, and right under the noses of officials who are unaware it exists.
By Simone Pathe
Type the terms #thinspiration, #thinspo or #ana into various social media networks, and a disturbing underground world comes into focus. Images of emaciated legs and protruding ribs are flanked by words like "starving for perfection" and drastic tips to drop…
By Colleen Shalby
In their new book, “The Outrage Industry: Public Opinion Media and the New Incivility,” Tufts University professors Sarah Sobieraj and Jeffrey M. Berry examine the rise of incendiary rhetoric and indignation in political commentary and how it's become our new…
By Ellen Rolfes
Often rooted in a heightened level of expressed emotion, uncensored anger or frustration, the rant is accessible to anyone armed with a computer keyboard and an Internet connection. But what are Internet ranters really after? And does ranting bring them…
By Robert Pursell
Juliet Lee once ate 160 shrimp wontons in six minutes. Another time, she scarfed down 51 burgers in eight minutes. She’s eaten enough hot dogs in one sitting to fill a wheelbarrow. And she’s done it all in the name…
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
We all procrastinate. We put things off we know we shouldn't - then scramble to get them done. But is it a fault of our environment? Or a trait for which we are hard-wired?…
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