The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

4.19.19

A Guide to What's Happening with Julian Assange

Sifting through all the news surrounding the WikiLeaks founder's recent arrest.

2.24.19

How Tech Giants Enable ‘Stalkerware’ Software Sold to Abusive Partners

Spyware to spy on romantic partners is a booming industry, but it doesn’t exist in a vacuum.

2.16.19

YouTube Is Incentivising Vloggers to Promote Conspiracy Theories

And there's no easy fix in sight.

2.10.19

Cities Are Secretly Testing Predictive Policing Software

According to documents obtained by Motherboard, the use of the predictive policing software PredPol is far more widespread than previously reported.

1.20.19

Why Some Women Are Staying Home for the Women's March This Year

A look at the popular protest three years after its first iteration.

12.22.18

What We Lose When We Shop Online

How much time are we really saving—and at what cost?

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12.20.18

Why Are We Obsessed with Self-Care?

And what does the trend reveal about mental health care in America?

11.20.18

When Meditation Goes Wrong

For some people, meditating can lead to severe complications, from depression to traumatic flashbacks.

10.13.18

When Believing Women Isn't Enough to Help Them

The #MeToo movement has led more women to come forward with stories of sexual misconduct, but that hasn't often led to justice.

10.11.18

Unpacking the Devastating UN Report on Climate Change

If this report doesn't stress you out, nothing will.

10.2.18

How We Talk About Consent

VICE host Isobel Yeung discusses her special HBO report "Consent."

9.28.18

How We Covered the Kavanaugh Hearings

VICE editors discuss how they approached reporting on the momentous hearings over an allegation of sexual assault against the Supreme Court nominee.

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