South Korea Has COVID Under Control. Here's What Daily Life Looks Like Now
The U.S. is still struggling to control COVID-19. According to a writer living in Seoul, his country has already adjusted to a new normal.
How I Get By: Five Days As a Cannabis Distributor During COVID
From Paris Hilton’s birthday party to anonymous dispensary runs.
Key NXIVM Leader Allison Mack is Reportedly Back in College
Mack, who is under house arrest and has pleaded not guilty to charges including sex trafficking and forced labor conspiracy, seems to be an unwelcome presence in her UC-Berkeley classes.
FSU Students Explain Why They're Publicly Shaming Their Maskless Peers
Current and former Florida State University students created @MaskUpFSU to hold their peers accountable for their flagrant disregard for COVID safety.
My 'Friend of a Cop' Card Got Me Off for Public Urination
And other stories of police letting "courtesy card" carriers go after they've broken the law.
How to Vote by Mail in All 50 States
States are scrambling to hold elections in a pandemic. You should be preparing to vote by mail.
Amy Rose Spiegel
It's Time to Get an 'Investment Mask'
Now that you’ve been masking up for a few months, you should have a better idea of what works for you and what just doesn’t.
The Biggest Sorority Insurer Made a COVID Waiver for Members to Sign
Nobody wants to be responsible for the consequences of communal living during a pandemic—especially not the people who are, you know, responsible.
The Little Cards That Tell Police 'Let's Forget This Ever Happened'
Some cops give their friends and family union-issued "courtesy cards" to help get them out of minor infractions. The cards embody everything wrong with modern policing.
COVID-19 Testing Is Only Getting Faster and Easier—For Rich People
Surprise, surprise—your COVID-19 testing experience probably has a lot to do with how much money you have!
COVID Deniers Are Buying Useless Mesh 'Freedom Masks' on Etsy
Crafters are making masks that cover the face but meet none of the minimum safety guidelines, and people who resent pandemic safety protocols are eagerly buying them.
VICE Readers’ Back-to-School Outfits Made Us Care About Clothes Again
Not even COVID-19 and remote classes via video chat can put a damper on the joy of a great first-day-of-school outfit.