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5.22.19

Big Tech Doesn't Want You to Be Able To Fix Your Things

The VICE Guide to Right Now goes inside the right to repair movement.

5.6.19

Someone Is Hacking GitHub Repositories and Holding Code Ransom

Hackers are trying a novel approach to extort developers of some money.

12.14.18

The Decline of American Peyote

The small, bulbous peyote cactus is central to the religious rituals of the Native American Church, but poaching and unsustainable harvesting practices put it at risk of extinction in the United States.

8.29.18

What Does a Nuclear Bomb Explosion Feel Like?

On the International Day Against Nuclear Tests, VICE's new film speaks to British atomic veterans to find out what it's like to experience an atomic bomb explosion up close.

4.25.18

This Device Lets You Interface with Your Own Dreams

On today’s episode, reporter Daniel Oberhaus talks about new MIT research looking into a stage of dreaming called hypnagogia.

4.17.18

What It's Like to Live in America Without Broadband Internet

In every single state, a portion of the population doesn’t have access to broadband, and some have no access to the internet at all.

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4.3.18

VICE Is Nominated for 30 Webby Awards

We need your help to win all those shiny metal springs.

11.3.17

Future Funerals: How Death Is Slowly Being Disrupted

How could innovative ideas improve funerals and final resting places? It’s a question not being asked enough.

9.20.17

Why You Should Never Post Pictures of Your Flight Tickets or Keys

Not only can it wind up being expensive to post these things on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter—it can also be very dangerous.

7.10.17

Double Future 1997: 'Escape From New York' vs. 'The Fifth Element'

Comparing a movie set in 1997 to a movie released then.

7.4.17

This Website Is Literally Just a Cat Purring Forever

Purrli is the white noise generator of cat lovers' dreams.

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