I would estimate that I've slept with up to 3,500 men. But sex, whether at random or not, always represents a human connection—and that can always be beautiful.
We talked to a white guy, a black guy, and Mexican immigrant girl about what it was like to serve, pour drinks, and run a marketing booth at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
More than 70 years after the nuclear testing that destroyed their community, the Tularosa Downwinders are looking for justice. But will they get it?
A lot, it turns out. But not for very long.
Over Goldschlager, the world's self-dubbed best counterfeiter tells us how he got caught, but is still a free man.
Investigators also concluded that 18-year-old Ali Sonboly bought his weapon—a reactivated Glock 17 pistol—on the darknet.
We interrupted some millennials' $5 coffee to ask if they think about displacing the poor.
The tobacco industry may not have been the first to deny that its products were harmful – it may have learned the trick from the oil majors.
He's back from prison, celebrating his freedom with his jubilant fans and looking likely to steer Atlanta trap music culture in an ever more positive direction.
Meet the artist reinterpreting the early 20th-century movement, in a bid to twist your mind inside out then up again.
If even the Isle of Man, also a traditionally conservative country, can step up and embrace equal marriage rights, we need to untangle the political mess that holds Northern Ireland back.
As any devotee to the /r/drugs subreddit will be able to tell you, eye wiggles—or nystagmus—are a real and mysterious hassle.
Jul 24, 2016
Iconic photographer Jill Freedman shares previously unpublished photographs of exotic dancers she took in 2002.
Lulu, a flat-butted Cinderella, is saved from having to clean the pigs by the Nicki Minaj Fairy.
As Amy's Kitchen served me and my coworkers lunch, I looked around the room and realized something: I can go nowhere from here. This will be my final frozen food column for VICE.
In Elizabeth Greenwood's latest book, Playing Dead: A Journey Through the World of Death Fraud we learn about the cottage industry that's cropped up around "pseudocide".
The suicide attack targeted Afghanistan's Shiite Hazara minority, who had gathered in thousands on Saturday for a protest against the route of an electrical line.
You need this because the government is poisoning the water.
A supervisor who reviewed the June 2015 video didn't see anything wrong with it. The chief of Austin's police says he wants to change the culture that led to that mindset.
Rock critic Steve Miller's new book examines how Insane Clown Posse went from small Detroit rap group to a band on Disney's record label to on the FBI's gang list.
What one British-Iraqi photographer learned after spending time with the soldiers from one of Hashd Al Shaabi's militia groups, out in northern Iraq.
The 18-year-old described only as David S was born in Munich and lured people to a McDonald's using a hacked Facebook account before opening fire, according to police.
"A pillowcase full of severed pigeon heads had been discovered in the inmate's cell."
It's been an absurd and frightening few days in Turkey. This is what it felt like to be there.