Taser Takes Aim At Europe

Taser, the billion-dollar weapons behemoth, has captured the U.S. market. Now, it wants to conquer Europe.

The Short, Strange Tale Of Cuddlr

Whatever happened to the "Tinder for cuddling" app? Cuddlr became a media sensation overnight and then just disappeared. Now it's back, this time as Spoonr.

Inside Congo's Rape Crisis

An international trial against a Congolese warlord is shedding new light on how rape is used as a combat strategy in Congo's mineral-rich east. It's also offering new hope for victims.

In The Eye Of The 'Tempo Storm'

What does it take to eat, sleep and train with a professional eSports team? For one thing, it takes a lot of milk — and no women.

'I Want To Want To Have Sex'

A new drug that promises to boost women's libido has inflamed controversy over whether it helps or hurts women. IBTimes interviewed seven women about what it's like to live with a low sex drive — and got their thoughts on a little pink pill called Addyi.

Underneath Ohio

Thanks to fracking, America is the world’s No. 1 oil and gas producer. But the economic bounty it delivers to small communities across the nation comes at a price. Now it’s dividing friends and neighbors in one Ohio county.

Breaking The Law For Love

Billie Minear thought she was doing the right thing, but helping her in-laws find a better life in Europe didn't bring joy — it brought human smuggling charges. That's because her new family members are Syrian refugees.