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Toronto’s Ebhoni Sends a High-Energy “Warning” Riddim to One Night Boys

The new video is a dancehall anthem for breaking hearts and moving on.
Devin Pacholik
ruh roh

Canada’s New National Alert System Failed Spectacularly During Its First Test

Alerts didn’t make it to mobile devices in Quebec and Ontario.
Jordan Pearson
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Agency That Messed Up Hawaii's Nuclear Alert Keeps Passwords on Post-Its

At least they weren't using "password."
Drew Schwartz
The VICE Guide to Right Now

'We Are Heavily Armed' Florida Church Warns No One in Particular

Signs papering the building warn that any attempt to wreak havoc within its walls will be met "with deadly force."
Drew Schwartz
climate change

15,000 Scientists From 184 Countries Are Warning Humankind We Are Screwed

Human impacts on the environment are putting our future at risk, they say.
Stephen Leahy
polar bear watch

I Guarded an Arctic Base Against Polar Bears at the Frontline of the Apocalypse

The DEW Line was built in the fifties to warn of a nuclear threat. I guarded six workers there from polar bears.
Duncan Ferguson

A Rare Conversation with 40 Watt Sun's Patrick Walker

Stream the contemplative new album from the voice of Warning (but don't call it doom)
Sarah Kitteringham

The French Government Has an App to Warn People About Terror Attacks and Nuclear Disasters

The new app will geolocate users to send them relevant notifications and advice in the event of an incident in their area.
Pierre Longeray

FTC Warns 12 Android Developers to Stop Eavesdropping on Unwitting Users

The trade watchdog has warned developers to stop quietly tracking users.
Jordan Pearson

Diet-Shaming Just Makes People Eat More Junk

It would seem that food warnings actually “backfire” and make unhealthy foods even more appealing to dieters.
Nick Rose
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Bad Pills Warning After a British Teen Dies at a Music Festival

Eighteen-year-old Christian Pay died at Kendal Calling after taking a pill.
Amber Roberts
the internet

A Woman Is Trying to End the Cinnamon Challenge After Her Son’s Death

Kentucky mother Brianna Radar wants to raise awareness about the dangers of the masochistic YouTube trend after cinnamon-related asphyxia killed her son.
Munchies Staff