The National Democratic Training Committee offers assistance to people who want to run for office, but aren't sure where to begin.
For the 18 million veterans whose records were lost in a 1973 fire at the National Personnel Records Center, that question can be a recurring nightmare.
RIP, gas stations.
John Fetterman, a man once dubbed America's "coolest mayor," is fighting to separate himself from the Democratic pack in Pennsylvania's Senate primary.
He wants to give you a guilt trip every time you pull up to the pump.
The high-profile case has put the spotlight on America's fondness for killing criminals even in the face of dozens of death row exonerations and serious questions about the drugs used in lethal injections.
VICE spoke with attorney Don Knight about Richard Glossip, who last week found out he would not be executed just hours before it was scheduled.
People don't play the lottery because they expect to get rich. They play the lottery because it's fun to indulge in the fantasy that, one day, their lives could suddenly get easier.
Stenography is a potentially lucrative, female-dominated profession that appears to be disappearing—and no one seems to care.
Gas stations are a microcosm of American culture—everyone goes to them, rich or poor, young or old. Working behind the counter means seeing a slice of life pass through the doors each day.