People Need Weed, But Stores Can't Get Federal Funding in a Crisis
Cannabis businesses won’t be eligible for disaster relief loans, thanks to federal prohibition.
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Scams and Hoaxes Are Thriving in the COVID-19 Pandemic
"Wellness" peddlers and start-up goons are rushing to fill the vacuum created by a messy government, a privatized healthcare system, and rising anxiety about coronavirus.
Cuomo's Prison Workers Say They're Not Actually Making Hand Sanitizer
Inmates told VICE that they're really just putting a mysterious vendor's existing product in 'NYS Clean' bottles.
'Immune-Boosting' Products Are Trying to Capitalize on Coronavirus
Don't let brands taking advantage of pandemic-induced panic goad you into spending money on ineffective products.
Do I Have Coronavirus? I'll Never Know
I have a suspicious set of symptoms and tested negative for the flu, but people in my situation still don’t qualify for COVID-19 screening.
We Can't Believe We Have to Say This, But... Crystals Won't Cure COVID-19
“PrattDaddy.com out here saving lives energetically !”
Is It Safe to go to the Gym in the Midst of the Coronavirus Outbreak?
Gyms and especially exercise classes can be particularly grody environments. Here's what you need to know.
The Stupid Issue
How Stupid Do Cops Think We Are?
Why we’re often the ones getting messed with when police officers make food-tampering claims.
It Seems Not Even Coronavirus Can Stop St. Patrick’s Day
Day drinking in close quarters would be a prime virus transmission opportunity, but perhaps all revelers need is… the luck o’ the Irish.
5 Songs Better Than 'Happy Birthday' to Sing During a Vigorous Hand Scrub
A few 20-second snippets you actually won't mind having stuck in your head while you anxiously wash for the "right" amount of time.
Here’s What You, Personally, Should Do About Coronavirus
If someone coughs near you, do they have coronavirus? Should you buy a mask? Go outside? Stockpile food? Here’s everything you need to know.
Of Course Millennials Want to Stay Home—It's All We Can Afford to Do
Today's solo dwellers are less likely to design their homes around entertaining others than previous generations were. That makes sense: We're busy, on a tight budget, and exhausted.