The compelling and charismatic performer returns.
So many secrets.
It's being hailed as a turning point in the long, long war, but it's too early to declare peace just yet.
What was supposed to be a simple James Franco–Seth Rogen comedy film has become the target of terroristic threats, and several theater chains are refusing to show it.
Republican Senator Tom Coburn singlehandedly blocked a veterans suicide bill, even as numbers show the epidemic is only getting worse.
In part one of a five-part documentary, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky gets exclusive access to an IDF special operation, highlighting the unusual relationship Israel has with its Syrian enemies across the border.
In part one of THUMP's three-part look at the Jersey Club movement, they head back to where it all began—Newark—to help break down some of the elements that make the scene's music and culture so enthralling.
It used to be that esports was almost a dirty word, a concept that even people who played games sneered at. Well, now it's all grown up. Now, it's looking down on us, saying, "I tried to tell you."
Host Ben Ferguson and director Marc Isaacs travel to the Lincolnshire town of Boston to reveal a local story—set inside a burger truck—about communal fears about change and immigration.
From the makers of Noisey Chiraq comes a new ten-part series documenting the Atlanta rap scene. Hosted by Thomas Morton and directed by Andy Capper, the series stars artists like 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Migos, Rich Homie Quan, Young Thug, and more.
To this day, sex workers are targeted by serial killers and other criminals and are afraid of going to the police. Tragically, their lives don't seem to matter to many people.
Last Thursday, just a day after releasing video of their new laser guns in action, the US Navy tested the frickin' sharks upon whose heads they might theoretically mount them.
VICE Reports travels to Mississippi, where the Ku Klux Klan is swelling its ranks by seeking out veterans who have just come back from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Eggwater is a comic about this little dude who finds himself in weird scenarios for no apparent reason. And although he's cute, he definitely has some issues.
"Designer vagina" operations in the UK are at risk of falling into the same category of crime as female genital mutilation, suggesting that doctors might be prosecuted for carrying out certain procedures.
Can a couple of $2,500-a-year social clubs help mitigate the tech industry's notorious whiteness and maleness? Probably not, but at least some millionaires seem to know there's a problem.
According to a new report, Mexican federal police shot at the students and collected bullet casings to cover up their involvement.
Sexism's had a strong year, so let's look back with misty eyes at all the misogyny and reactionary weirdness from horrible dude-bros.
Like the ruins of the Coliseum or shuttered drive-in theaters, the ghosts of web 1.0 linger. And scattered throughout that hidden world are the early Internet churches.
Nobody likes feeling brushed aside, and for those like my uncle—those with a "moderate" intellectual disability—all it takes is a conversation to change that.
Even with minimal engagement, it remains one of the most visually luscious, emotionally jarring things you'll ever see.
I got tons of food from guys online by posing as a girl—but what could I get IRL as a man?
Obama will announce today that the US and Cuba are "normalizing" relations for the first time in 50 years.
There are serious concerns about what "sound cannons" can do to our bodies and our politics.