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Which Philosophy Can Best Explain 2016?

And maybe give us some hope for the future.
Tom Whyman
12.27.16
News

The World Is Running Out of Fish Faster Than We Thought

New research suggests the number of fish caught for consumption is double what is being reported.
James Wilt
12.19.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Teens Don't Party Like They Used to, Study Says

The number of teenagers using drugs, drinking or smoking is the lowest it's been since 1990.
Lauren Messman
12.19.16
Stuff

We're Here, We're Queer, We're Ghosts

The surprisingly serious search for queer ghosts.
Matt Baume
12.16.16
Film

Why Does Will Smith Keep Making Sad Movies?

Collateral Beauty is the latest in a string of depressing films starring the Hollywood megastar.
Larry Fitzmaurice
12.16.16
Film

Rob Zombie Hates Christmas

We talked to the musician and director about his film '31', creepy clowns, and what his Christmas movie would be like.
Mack Lamoureux
12.15.16
News

How Canada's Weed Industry Is Reacting to the Just-Announced Legalization Report

Although there's some reason to be optimistic, not everyone is thrilled.
Manisha Krishnan
12.14.16
politics

America Is Not Prepared for President @RealDonaldTrump

Donald Trump's Twitter account has an enormous amount of power, and an unlimited capacity to troll the country.
Harry Cheadle
12.13.16
News

Mass Shootings Killed More People in Europe Than the US This Week

Bizarrely, both mass shootings in Europe came at the hands of apparently unwitting security or police personnel.
Mark Hay
12.10.16
News

What Happens When Your Friends Get Abducted and Sold into Marriage

We spoke to the filmmaker behind a new documentary about the abduction and sale of women as brides in China.
Jules Suzdaltsev
12.9.16
News

No, Weed Doesn't Make You a Better Driver

"If you go back 40 to 50 years, people thought, I'm only going to have a drink or two because it relaxes me, so I'm a safer driver, a calmer driver."
Jake Kivanc
12.8.16
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The Perilous Lives of Cambodia's High Rise Construction Workers

Some work 11 stories high without safety harnesses, wearing flip-flops. Every month, there's another story of someone falling to death.
Alex Consiglio
12.8.16
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