Nov 30, 2016
Not allowing ourselves to float aimlessly throughout life in a cloudy daze is an unquestionably hard challenge, but one we owe ourselves to face head on.
Art for when the art world says too much is just enough.
Guess we know what weed the guys in your English 201 class will be smoking.
The world may be a poorer place without the Purple One, but at least we'll get to celebrate his legacy with a new documentary starring a whole lot of famous people.
When photographer Jennifer Jackson started a portrait series of queer people in their local community, they ended up with a project that documented non-binary identities in all their diverse forms.
The world's favorite smart drug is much safer than Adderall and a promising treatment for substance abuse and neurodegenerative disorders—so why can't we use it?
Jill Stein has created a lot of headlines with her recount campaign, but can that enthusiasm be transformed into a viable political movement?
Scientists can precisely control the insects' movements through electrical stimulation, and say they could be used to save human lives.
Pelosi won 134 to 63 against her opponent, Ohio representative Tim Ryan.
I spoke with Anthony Bourdain and Laurie Woolever about YA novels, the hallmarks of a good burger, and the duo's new genre-busting cookbook, Appetites.
Books like 'Chew' and 'Heroine Complex' are showcasing Asian-American characters and proving the importance of representation.
The latest chapter in the ongoing Trump-pope beef is all about climate change, which the new president-elect once tweeted is a Chinese hoax.
On Tuesday, the US Food and Drug Administration green-lit Phase 3 clinical trials of the otherwise illegal party drug, which is the final step before potentially approving it for medical use.
Women from 13 cities across Europe talk about what it's like to walk alone.
It's a pretty nice change considering a spotty WiFi connection can really mess up your Bojack Horseman marathon.
For many young men, booze and drugs are a way out of fully confronting mental health issues. We spoke to a couple guys who decided to put down the pints to see what effect it's had.
Most Americans don't realize this, but el Líder Máximo was the inspiration for—and butt of—a lot of very excellent jokes.
Getting psychological help from an unfamiliar healthcare system comes with serious challenges.
We spoke to people who have received thousands of dollars that have nothing to do with working a job.
The president-elect tweeted that he will hold a press conference on December 15 to spell out the change.
Photographer Denis Vejas documents the practices of one of the country's last Sufi dervishes.
The VICELAND hosts pondered Trump's abrupt Twitter declaration, which may or may not have been sent before his first cup of coffee.
A pro-censorship regime could spell trouble for the Internet Archive.
CIA boss urges Trump to keep Iran nuclear deal, Trump picks Goldman Sachs veteran Steven Mnuchin as treasury secretary, Colombia Senate approves revised FARC peace deal, and more.