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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
4 days ago
The Borders Issue
The Borders Issue

The Epic Saga of Royals in Exile That Shaped Indian Identity

The epic story of a prince and princess in exile unfolds in this ethereal series by photographer Vasantha Yogananthan.
Vasantha Yogananthan
5.4.18
Interviews
Interviews

This 90-Year-Old Lady Seduced and Killed Nazis as a Teenager

Freddie Oversteegen was 14 years old when a gentleman visited her family home in the Netherlands to ask her mother if she'd allow her daughters to join the resistance.
Noor Spanjer
4.29.18
Anzac Day
Anzac Day

How Rupert Murdoch’s Dad Turned Gallipoli Into Australian Folklore

Before the Murdoch empire consumed the planet, Keith Murdoch was a young reporter looking for war stories in Europe. He got lucky in Turkey.
Lee Zachariah
4.25.18
Stuff
Stuff

Pilots Explain Why We Shouldn't Worry About Turbulence

"We avoid turbulence because it's stressful for passengers," says former military pilot Keith Tonkin, "but for pilots it's just not an issue."
Julian Morgans
4.6.18
Stuff
Stuff

How Not to Be a Dick On Valentine's Day

Single, BF, GF – it doesn't matter, Valentine's is full of pitfalls.
Robert Foster
2.13.18
travel
travel

Photos from a Festival for Ugly People

The World Association of Ugly People counts more than 30,000 members, whose aim is to fight the cult of beauty in modern society.
Mattia Micheli, Words by Leon Benz
1.31.18
NSFW
NSFW

Meet the Woman Making the Best New Male Sex Toy

We talk to the creator of Swoon Kink's cozy, cashmere, friction-filled penis sleeves.
Brian Moylan
12.14.17
sports
sports

The World's Most Anarchic, Hectic Sport: Welcome to 'Three-Sided Football'

The game was devised by a Danish philosopher as a way to explain his refinement of the Marxist dialectic. It's as confusing IRL as it is on paper.
Daniel Oberhaus
12.2.17
Health
Health

We Asked a Doctor if a Hickey Can Really Kill You

Last week a Mexican boy allegedly died from a hickey-induced stroke. In the interests of public safety, we had to find out more.
Isabelle Hellyer
9.29.17
FOOD
FOOD

Visiting the Cafe That's So Good You Forget It's Run by a Cult

Katoomba's Yellow Deli is owned and operated by the Twelve Tribes. Amongst other things they're about "producing an army of 144,000 male virgins, who would prepare the way for Christ's second coming."
James Courtney
9.29.17
crime
crime

One Man's Interviews With A Doomsday Cult

Members of the doomsday cult Aum Shinrikyo have been impossible to interview since their 1995 Tokyo subway attack. Unless you’re a US security adviser.
Julian Morgans
9.25.17