This video tells the story of a black teenager in Florida who was killed by a white man after an argument over loud music. The slain youth's father shares his loss.
A short documentary about a Chinese boot-camp-style treatment center for young men "addicted" to the Internet.
A look back at the impact of gun violence on Chicago's neighborhoods in 2013. Narration by Rick Kogan. Video and photography by the Chicago Tribune's photo staff. Warning: This video contains explicit language and images. Viewer discretion is advised.
Take a look back at the early generations of video game consoles in part one of our three-part video series. Hosted by Doug Aamoth, this installment features insight from Kotaku's Stephen Totilo, IGN's Greg Miller, Sony's Scott Rohde, and Video Games New York's Giulio Graziani.
Take a look back at fifth and sixth generations of video game consoles in part two of our three-part video series
It's Not Just About Playing Games Anymore. From the Wii to the Xbox One, and what the future might hold.
Eddie's first stop in the Bay Area is Oakland, CA. where he hangs with a local biker gang to show hipsters how to shoot guns and hunt for rabbit. After a few gruesome hours in the Oakland outback they head back to the club house to shoot the shit, throw back a few cold ones, talk about the disconnect between people and process it takes to put meat on our plates, all before cooking up a delicious meal of southern style deep fried rabbit.
After Oakland, Eddie heads to the Mission District in San Francisco with the girls who run a pop-up, street dining gig in the city, Rice Paper Scissors. Their Vietnamese food is some of city's best and brings buddies together to cook and hang out wherever they find space. The RPS girls show Eddie their go-to food spots to prep for their meals, before grilling up octopus, drinking rice wine and talking food as culture's gateway drug.
Eddie kicks it with Julez of the Barber Gang, a crew of Filipinos who cut fades and liners in San Francisco's Little Manila. First Eddie gets a fresh cut and hangs with local rap group The Jealous Guys, before heading off to Julez's favorite Filipino joint to talk chicken adobo, and how sisig could become the next sushi. Also in this episode, Eddie dives into the art of the Mission burrito, giving you a locals only tour ending with him crowning his personal favorite.
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Gulnaz prompted an international outcry in 2010 when she found herself jailed for adultery after being raped. But in the three years since then, her life has taken an even more shocking turn.
Posturing is destroying us.
Medical marijuana is legal in 20 states and the District of Columbia, but there are still use cases that are very controversial, like medical marijuana for children. Some claim it's a wonder drug for epilepsy, severe autism, and even to quell the harsh side effects of chemotherapy, while others decry pumping marijuana into still-growing bodies. We went to the small town of Pendleton, Oregon, where medical marijuana is legal, to visit Mykayla Comstock, an eight-year-old leukemia patient who takes massive amounts of weed to treat her illness. Her family, and many people we met along the way, believe not only in the palliative aspects of the drug, but also in marijuana's curative effectÃ¢Â€Â”that pot can literally shrink tumors.
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