Detroit schools are shutting off drinking water 5 days before kids come back from summer
The district has now shut off water in a total of 34 schools — including 16 announced on Wednesday — due to water quality issues.
You're Smarter Than That
Chill, Your Moscow Mule Probably Isn’t Going to Poison You
Contrary to recent reports.
Lead Contaminated Drinking Water Is Much More Prevalent Than You Think
Three thousand communities in the US have four times the amount of lead in their water as Flint—partly because of a misunderstood law.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
Trump renews promise to deport millions of immigrants, Michigan cop suspended for driving truck with confederate flag to Trump protest, Leon Russell dies at age 74, and more.
Photos of Swiss Hardbodies Lubed Up and Flexing What They Got
If you breathe deeply, you'll smell the body oil and tanning product from here.
Jojo Schulmeister, words by Seraina Manser
We Talk Stand-Up with Hannibal Buress on Today's 'Daily VICE'
We grabbed lunch with the comedian and talked about his new special, 'Comedy Camisado.'
Police in Peru Shoot Dead at Least Two Activists as Anti-Mining Protests Turn Violent
Locals have been protesting the construction of the $7.4 billion Las Bambas mine project in a remote region of the Andes.
Canada's Mines Could Harm Alaska's Salmon — and Its Economy
Alaskans fear that a newly opened gold and copper mine in British Columbia could poison their rivers, so they're asking for an international review of the project.
Inside the World's Biggest E-Waste Dump
215,000 tonnes of second hand consumer electronics, mainly from Western Europe and the US, come through Ghana a year.
Opinion and Analysis
Get Ready For an Explosion of Mining on the Ocean Floor
As global demand for metals and minerals continues to skyrocket, mining companies are looking to strike it rich at the bottom of the sea — and environmental groups are trying to stop them.
MUNCHIES Presents: The Real 'Pot Dealer' of Istanbul
Get ready to spend the day with the busiest pot dealer in Istanbul: Emir Ali Enç, the owner of Soy—the only Turkish company making handmade copper and silver cookware.
Emir Ali Enç
It Turns Out Silver Spoons Make Food Taste Awful
A new study unveiled yesterday at the Science Museum in London shows that flavor-wise, the figurative “silver spoon” may not be the best spoon for dining. It's all about that GOLD.