Hong Kong: Protesters Demand Justice for Masked Mob Who Attacked Them With Metal Rods and Clubs

Police knew about the suspected gang-affiliated attack in advance, took an hour to arrive on the scene, and didn't charge anyone for weeks.


Why My Completely Open, Boundary-Free Relationship Works

While some may think there's a limit to the amount of love one can give, I discovered in London that the more my family expands, the more I feel the opposite is true.


Can I Buy and Sell Drugs in a Video Game Better Than a Real-Life Dealer?

'Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars' has got me moving acid and coke across Liberty City. But how do my exploits measure up to the real thing?


How I Figured Out the Rules of My Three-Way Relationship

At my wedding, my husband and I introduced our families to our boyfriend. Two weeks later, he moved in with us.


The Future of Drugs According to VICE

Until the planet explodes, melts or drowns, humans will want to get high.


The Feds Say You Should Use Shitty Hotel Wi-Fi or Risk Being Spied On

The government's legal brief against an alleged Chinese mobster speaks to its unchecked surveillance powers in the Obama era.