Netflix is the single biggest driver of internet bandwidth. But when looking at genres instead of single companies, there's one category that receives more visitors each month than Netflix, Amazon, and Twitter combined: Pornography. And according to the new documentary "Hot Girls Wanted," the number one search term for porn consumers is the word "teen." While some may see teen porn as a fantasy, there are thousands of real teen girls who are working for porn sites. "Hot Girls Wanted," debuting on Netflix on May 29th, is co-directed by Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus, and produced by Rashida Jones. Here, they describe making the film, and one of the girls profiled in the film, Rachel, shares her story of entering and leaving the teen porn industry.
Nestlé, the biggest producer of bottled water in the United States, has been tapping into California springs using water permits that expired 27 years ago. And they're not the only ones, a new investigation finds.
Seven states depend on the Colorado River for water. A new investigation from ProPublica finds that much of the drought is man-made—and subsidized by the federal government.
Who cares about soccer in the land of the Yankees, Lebron, and the Cowboys? Soccer isn't America's most popular sport, but FIFA is on the top of the agenda for the Department of Justice.
The Takeaway explores the charges brought against soccer's global governing body, we explore new water rules from the Obama Administration, and a new tech movement.