What It's Like to Believe You're Constantly Being Watched
VICE meets up with a few Americans who claim they're victims of "gang stalking"—a vast organized surveillance plot.
This Three Percenter Militia Is Hell-Bent on Keeping Its Guns
VICE embeds with one of America's controversial, right-wing, "anti-terror" militias, the Georgia III% Security Force.
What Right-Wing Militants Are Hoping for After a Government Collapse
We talked to Three Percenters and experts on the modern militia movement about their nebulous vision of a future many Americans want nothing to do with.
Def Leppard’s 'Hysteria' Has Rocked for 30 Years but You Still Can't Stream It
On the heels of their hit album 'Pyromania,' plagued by setbacks, the band set out to make an album with seven hit singles—and succeeded.
I Got Shocked By the Machines Once Used to ‘Cure’ Homosexuality and Hysteria
These electro-shock devices act as a pocket history of healthcare and repression.
Longreads Or Whatever
How Bjork and Beyoncé Destroyed Pop Music's Heartbroken Woman
When women are angry, they are expected to be sexy. When women are hurt, they are expected to be dignified. These two records changed that.
Here’s What's Causing Outbreaks of Mass Hysteria in Schools
Behind the mysterious incidents of spirit sightings, mass fainting, and strange tics happening in schools across the globe.
Why Women Need to Drop the 'Chill' Act and Embrace the Hysterical
The pressure to be "chill" is just the modern iteration of calling women "crazy" and "hysterical."
Watch Youth Decay Get Abducted in The Middle of Nowhere With "Hysteria"
The Vancouver band learns not to get in random people's trucks and drink unknown substances, the hard way.
Remembering the Hipster
We Asked an Expert Why People Hate Hipsters
Are you a hipster? No? That's because no one is.
Third-Hand Smoke Could Kill You
An experiment done at UC Riverside concluded that "thirdhand" or "passive" smoking can also lead to a higher risk of cancer. This means that the hysterical reaction people have to you lighting up in public is only going to get worse.
The Eight Dumbest Things About the Daily Mail's Laughing Gas Article
If you're reading this, you have presumably inhaled laughing gas recreationally before. So you probably know that it makes you feel kinda funny for about 30 seconds and then wears off. And that's pretty much it. The UK's 'Daily Mail' beg to differ.