All The Dating Apps, Ranked By How Badly They'll Disappoint You

If you use The League, you're a Tory.
Helen Meriel Thomas
a day ago
Views My Own

Amazon Is Creating Cities for the Rich and Democrats Are Bending the Knee

Meanwhile, debt is exploding, Americans are very angry, and Donald Trump is honing in on a second term.
Matt Taylor
3 days ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now

I Don't Care if This Robot Dog Can Dance, It Will Still Kill Us All

Don't let its cute new moves fool you.
River Donaghey
Views My Own

Climate Change Edgelords Are the New Climate Change Deniers

People who get off on being wet blankets about the coming climate apocalypse are as bad for the cause as skeptics, if not worse.
Mike Pearl
2018 election

The Government Isn't Doing Enough to Protect Voting Systems from Hackers

Outdated voting machines, high costs, and a lack of security around databases are just some of the problems as the midterms approach.
Mark Hay

'Maniac' Nails What It's Like Living with Mental Illness

The Netflix series stars Emma Stone and Jonah Hill as New Yorkers seeking a psychological cure-all.
Kara Weisenstein

Memes Have Finally Made It to the Museum

Inside the boyfriend-distracting, Doge-approved KnowYourMeme gallery exhibit, which traces the evolution of "Two Decades of Memes."
Luke Winkie
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Some Assholes Changed New York City to 'Jewtropolis' on Snapchat's Map

The anti-Semitic hack also showed up on apps like CitiBike and StreetEasy.
River Donaghey

Despite Everything, Melania's Anti-Cyberbullying Campaign Is Still Going

What is she thinking?
Eve Peyser

Emojis Bridged the Language Barrier Between Me and My Father

They're doing the same for many in households that speak multiple languages.
Arimeta Diop

Inside the Reddit Forum Where Panicked People Ask Strangers for Legal Help

The LegalAdvice subreddit may not be the worst place to turn when you're in a crisis.
Nicole Clark
Social Media

A Social Media Expert Explains Why You Should Just Delete Your Old Tweets

"Not everything needs to be broadcast to the world, especially when people can’t hear your tone, where you’re coming from."
Harry Cheadle