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So Bored Today
So Bored Today

Researchers Say That Smartphones Are Causing ADHD-Like Symptoms in Adults

It's not good enough to just put your phone away in your bag.
Jake Kivanc
3 days ago
So Bored Today
So Bored Today

It's Not Just You, Most Millennials Are Bored at Work

A new survey says that millennials are the generation least engaged at work, and most of us are ready to look for new jobs. What's wrong with us?
VICE Staff
6.18.18
What's On Tonight
What's On Tonight

Catch an All New Episode of 'HUANG'S WORLD' Tonight on JawaPosTV

We travel along the US-Mexico boarder on 'HUANG'S WORLD,'
VICE Staff
5.7.18
Television
Television

We Talk to Spike Jonze About the Birth and Future VICE's TV Series

It's been a minute since VICE launched its own television channel in the US, and now we're bringing you some of our favorites right here in Indonesia.
VICE Staff
5.5.18
The Sick Day Issue
The Sick Day Issue

Figuring Out the Freelance Economy

Could new technology make the lives of freelancers less lonely and more secure?
Nathan Schneider
5.1.18
Israel and Palestine
Israel and Palestine

The History and Rage Behind the Deadly Protests in Gaza

Reports of violent encounters with Israeli forces are not exactly rare in the deeply contested Palestinian territory. But this time feels different.
Patrick Hilsman
4.6.18
Stuff
Stuff

College Advice from a 75-Year-Old Who Went to School for 55 Years and Got 30 Degrees

His message to young people: Don't quit too soon.
Michael Nicholson as told to Emma Collins
3.26.18
climate change
climate change

The Next Millennial Trend Is Suing Big Oil for Destructive Climate Change

New York is the latest—and biggest—city to sue giants like BP and ExxonMobil over damage from extreme weather. It probably won't be the last.
John Surico
1.14.18
Film
Film

Why Are Christmas Movies So Bad?

From overt manipulation to mawkish sentimentality, the worst Christmas movies have it all.
Julian Cornell
12.25.17
southeast asia
southeast asia

Will North Korea Drive Japan to Remilitarize?

Thanks to the legacy of American occupation, Japan hasn't had much in the way of a military since World War II. An election this past weekend might help change that.
Allie Conti
10.26.17
The Sick Day Issue
The Sick Day Issue

Cambodian Journalists Are Dying Trying to Save the Country's Forests

In Cambodia and across the remote forests of the world, a rising boom in the illegal sale of wood, land, and minerals has turned the environmental beat into a new kind of conflict journalism.
Saul Elbein
10.13.17
refugees
refugees

Inside the Most Urgent Refugee Crisis in the World

Tens of thousands of Muslims who escaped Myanmar are living in hellish conditions despite fervent efforts by a small army of international aid workers to provide relief.
Shahirah Majumdar
9.29.17