The Jesus Lizard play “Monkey Trick,” one of their best songs, in 1992 at CBGB in New York City.
During Eagles of Death Metal’s November 13 show at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, gunmen entered the venue and opened fire on the crowd, leaving at least 90 dead. The band spoke about the tragic events that took place that night.(Source: VICE)
The filmmakers who produced “9/11 Press for Truth” interview Richard Clarke, the top counter terrorism officer for the U.S. government when the 2001 terror attacks occurred, about how the CIA managed to overlook the men who trained to be pilots in the U.S. then hijacked four airliners.
When armed suspects stand off against the law today, one event continues to cast a shadow on both sides of the police line: the 1992 siege at Ruby Ridge. (Source: The New York Times Retro Report)
Directed by Ray Nowosielski, this documentary is a concise and fascinating look at what government officials knew about the plans and threats made by terrorists against the United States prior to the 9/11 attacks. It also examines the role of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in funding the attacks.
This short video from The Guardian explains the life of the leader of ISIS, a terrorist organization bent on killing and raping and spreading its own warped version of Islam.
Wendy Fisher leaves her kids behind and jumps back in the game of hardcore big mountain skiing at Whistler, British Columbia. She takes a dangerous tumble but goes right back up the mountain and skies the same run flawlessly.
Footage filmed by ‘Le Monde’ journalist Daniel Psenny captured the moment crowds fled the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, Friday, after gunmen began shooting at the crowd around 10:00 p.m. local time.
Understanding what consciousness is, and why and how it evolved, is perhaps the greatest mystery known to science.(Source: The Economist)
Syria’s War Drug: A look inside production of Captagon, the powerful amphetamine being used by soldiers in Syria. (Source: Journeyman Pictures)
In 1982, fans tuned in for Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini fight which left one young boxer, Deu Koo Kim, dead. Today, with concerns about the toll of football on the rise, is America’s favorite game nearing its own inflection point? (Source: The New York Times)
The actor and comedian Rob Williams talks about playing a tiger in his first Broadway role, the war in Iraq and why being funny isn’t always a good thing.(Source: Times)