new jersey

Cannabis

Inside the Strange, Messy Fight to Legalize Weed in New Jersey

A plan for recreational pot in liberal New Jersey fell apart. It points to the snags that can arise when politicians try to get in the social-justice game.
Alex Norcia
3.29.19
Weed

Legalizing Weed In the US Has Become a Race Between Lame Dads

New York and New Jersey are jockeying to see who might get it done first – a year after one of their governors called pot a "gateway drug."
Alex Norcia
12.20.18
Travel

Arguments About Trump Have Been Ruining the Jersey Shore All Summer

Supporters and opponents of the president have been rubbing elbows at the beach, with combustable results.
David J. Dent
9.13.18
Jersey, Sure

I Became a Caddy at Trump's Golf Club Doing What Trump Does Best: Lying

Carrying a bag was a big part of the job. Even bigger? Massaging the egos of very rich men.
Alex Norcia
7.23.18
Jersey Shore

Pauly D Got Invited to the Party, and He's Never Leaving

Yeah, buddy.
Alex Norcia
5.14.18
true crime

What Life Is Really Like at Martin Shkreli's New Prison Home

"Shkreli needs to realise that serving time in federal prison comes with discomfort."
Seth Ferranti
5.1.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

'The Sopranos' Is Coming Back, and So Is Its Famous Strip Club

The club that housed the Bada Bing is back in business.
Alex Norcia
3.28.18
politics

Being Rich Is the Easiest Way to Get Elected

Running for office in the US requires an aggressive grassroots fundraising operation. Or you could just give your campaign $20 million from your pocket.
Paul Blest
12.13.17
true crime

A Guide to New Jersey's Most Colourful Real-Life Mobsters

OK, so some of them may have been caught on tape comparing themselves to 'The Sopranos'.
Seth Ferranti
11.29.17
politics

This Teen Wrote the Literal Textbook on How to Get into Politics

A high school student thinks young people don't vote because no one tells them how—and he wants to change that.
Harry Cheadle
9.4.17
Corruption

The Corruption Trial All of America's Crooked Politicians Are Watching

Thanks to a 2016 Supreme Court ruling and a new normal of influence peddling in Trump's DC, the federal case against Robert Menendez has taken on new urgency.
Erin Schwartz
8.30.17
Life Inside

My Son Was Murdered on Mother’s Day

People have asked me about my experience with the criminal justice system, and all I tell them is that it was brief.
Cheri Burks
5.19.17
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