Last summer there was a reported 13 percent rise in fat-transfer operations—where fat is taken from the stomach or thigh area and squeezed into the buttocks—among plastic-surgery clinics in the UK.
Who is comic mastermind Alex Schubert thankful for this year? One very lucky VICE commenter, that's who.
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VICE Japan traveled to Malica, where 4,600 Japanese soldiers and 3,200 American soldiers were killed on the battlefield, and where local "bone hunters" are still searching for the soldiers' remains.
There were many people who could have lessened the damage done in the aftermath of the now infamous shooting of Michael Brown—and virtually all of them were Democrats.
The notorious former Canadian Broadcasting Company host is out on bail and gearing up for what's sure to be a high-profile legal battle.
Kendrick and Nigel hang out in Puerto Rico and go back and forth on getting bikes stolen, family, and how they focus on their careers rather than quick hits.
Through the evening and into the night, the Stratford Center houses a community of skaters, dancers, and body-poppers who move liberated from stereo to stereo. It's like being in an 80s version of the future.
"We had just come back from Switzerland and we were eating a lot with our friends, and the smell from the flatulence was really terrible. We couldn't breathe, so me and a friend decided something had to be done."
After Matthew Hoh's critical resignation letter was published, he was frozen out of Washington and became suicidal. Now he's trying to help whistleblowers have an easier time.
Refugee Chefs is a show where chefs who fled their countries of origin tell stories about what they left behind and what recipes they brought with them. In the first episode, we meet Roudi Chikho of Syria.
Fightland breaks down the Star Trek captain's combat methods, from the ax handle to the head scissors and beyond.
The second round of protests was a bit less intense and way less destructive than the first.
Most people remember their first time inside a strip club. For New York–based filmmaker Tom Gould, that rite of passage was so memorable he made a film about it 14 years later.
The pervading view of autism isn't just misleading—it's creating an autistic underclass of depressed, jobless, misunderstood people.
Paul Addo was kept in prison-like Immigration Removal Centers for 32 months while demanding to be returned back to Ghana.
The MISL was once America's premier soccer league, but it's mostly fallen on one dedicated fan to keep the league's rich history alive.
The charity that runs a community for people with learning disabilities is being accused of harassing its residents, but they say they're doing nothing of the sort.
If you're looking for an escape from familial bonding over the next couple of days, these are the worlds you should immerse yourself in.
It's hard for people to reconcile that a woman like me can still call herself a feminist. But I am, unequivocally. I have a vagina and I refuse to let that make me any less powerful, ambitious, or successful than someone without one. It's that simple.
There was no way the authorities were going to let Ebola patients be treated with sugar pills soaked in water.
I hovered over a pot of hot water filled with special herbs for almost half an hour, because sometimes your vagina needs to get pampered.
Paul Thomas Anderson is not afraid to get weird. His latest effort happens to get weird in the sense that it seems to deliver a contact high as you're watching it.
Being black is not a choice, but what if it were? I made a list of pros and cons for my ethnicity amid my Ferguson-fueled depression.