After being raped on her second day of college, Aspen Matis dropped out and took on one of the most difficult hikes in the country. Now, her memoir, Girl in the Woods, is getting widespread acclaim.
The towers were visible for miles around and had become a symbol of the successes and failure's of the city's housing schemes.
Because of French laws criminalizing sex work, many prostitutes in Paris do their work hidden in the woods. L'Association Les Amis du Bus des Femmes brings the resources directly to them by way of their bus.
Last weekend in Aspen, Colorado, members of the snowsports industry gathered to discuss a changing media landscape, where skiers and snowboarders are creators and brands foot the bill.
The writer is composing his next book over the course of the next five days, and you can watch him do it in an experiment that's sort of like Twitch for novelists.
After an altercation at a birthday party in July, members of a group called "Respect the Flag" have been charged with terrorism and participating in criminal gang activity.
It's easy to forget that Antarctica is actually a large continent and not just a warped white blob at the bottom of world maps, but scientists say climate change is melting the Antarctic so fast there may not even be a continent to forget about come next
A NASA-backed project has created a way to feed future martian explorers.
We talked to two members of the anarchist group Class War why they hate the Cereal Killer Café so much and what they hoped to achieve by throwing paint at it.
Parramatta Mosque, where 15-year-old Farhad Jabar prayed before shooting a police employee, has become the site of the latest conflict between anti-Muslim activists and their opponents.
I spent a hazy evening in Ghana's capital, to partake in the delights of a drink named "Amen"—a cocktail of marijuana-infused akpeteshie, Sprite, and other "secret" ingredients.
Before sexting even existed, I was stripping on webcam for boys at my school. My only regret is being found out.
The war on self-balancing scooters—a.k.a. "hoverboards"—has officially begun.
For 15 years, David Bateson has been playing the role of gaming's most infamous assassin.
Iran's Revolutionary Court has pronounced Jason Rezaian guilty—but the details of the verdict and the evidence against him are still shrouded in secrecy.
My condition was both the thing that led me into crime and an extra punishment on top of my jail sentence.
It's time we take a minute to look at what this guy did wrong, some of which was pretty racist.
Not only are there a bevy of young street rappers looking to take the crown as Philly's next rap pariah, but there's also a growing scene of alternative rappers embracing the city's creative class as a means to achieving success.
As legalization is debated in Westminster today, we spoke to the founder of Transform, a drug policy think tank, about how budget cuts could inspire change far quicker than expected.
Opening Monday at NYU Fales Library, "positive/negative: HIV/AIDS" is a multimedia exploration of the devastating epidemic in 1980s and 90s New York.
That doesn't really help his dental practice's dismal Yelp page, though.
Politicians are mulling changes to the law, but many prisoners are worried they'll slip through the cracks.
Activision has just released two old-looking new games, but only one of them doesn't shit on your memories.
As part of World Mental Health Day, VICE spoke to the newly-appointed Labour MP about the state of Britain's mental health.