Why Are Selfie Deaths So Common in India?

The country claims around half of the world's selfie death toll.
Dhvani Solani

We Asked 105 Experts What Scares and Inspires Them Most About the Future

Climate change, extremism, and artificial intelligence were among the top fears, and young people, technology, and equality were among the top hopes.
Becky Ferreira
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Driverless Cars Should Spare Young People Over Old in Unavoidable Accidents, Massive Survey Finds

In the Moral Machine Experiment, a survey of more than two million people from 233 countries, people preferred to save humans over animals, young over old, and more people over fewer.
Tracey Lindeman

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

You Can Get Cocaine Delivered Faster than Pizza in a Surprising Number of Countries

Apparently we've learned nothing in the 33 years since 'Less than Zero' was released.
Jelisa Castrodale

All the Worst Things You Can Do During Sex

According to this big survey of people who've had sex and not enjoyed certain stuff about the sex they've had.
Mac Hackett
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Lot of American Adults Think Brown Cows Make Chocolate Milk

Around seven percent apparently believe we live in some kind of Wonka-fied world where cow udders lactate Ovaltine.
River Donaghey
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Open Relationships Are Less Sexually Satisfying Than Monogamy, Study Finds

Around 82 percent of people in monogamous relationships said they were satisfied with their sex lives, while only 71 percent of polyamorous people said the same.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

People Would Pay More Just to Avoid United After Its Controversy, Says Study

About 79 percent of participants who heard about David Dao's incident would choose American Airlines over an identical United flight.
Drew Schwartz
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More and More Americans Are Down with Weed, Survey Says

The number of Americans who think weed should be legalized grew to 57 percent in 2016, a new survey found.
Lauren Messman