Michael goes to his awful friend's housewarming party but the house ends up getting way too warmed.
As Girls comes to a close and Zosia Mamet prepares to play the ultimate New Yorker Patti Smith in the new Mapplethorpe biopic, we meet the actress to discuss the intersection between Horses and Hollywood.
Japanese companies are infamously conservative about their games, even if that means punishing the very people who support them.
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'Weediquette' host Krishna Andavolu gives VICE a deeper look into the most recent episode.
Heather Marlowe's rape kit wasn't processed for two years after her assault. Now, she's suing the San Francisco Police Department for how they handled her case.
Would you eat fish that's over a week old? You're probably doing that already, and that might be just fine, according to seafood legend John Bil.
Trump's campaign claims that donors brought in more than $18 million in just 24 hours after Monday night's presidential debate.
VICE travels to Mexico City to sit in on a pastor's demon liberation ceremony and meet people who believe they've been possessed.
A new study from the University of Sydney has found dating apps help people find love as much as they help people get laid.
If you're at her funeral, then a burglar can be pretty sure you won't be home.
My obsession with being able to live like the rich led me down a convoluted path of hustling airline miles.
"Everyone who's been reading the manuscript is in tears by the second chapter."
"There are women who are going to be playing this type of music. Now let's look at them for more than just that."
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"We've also been told that avoiding strife and strain is proof of real success in life. But deeper inside, we realize this can't be why we're here."
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Laura Albert's creation of JT LeRoy wasn't the only identity-switcheroo pulled by a writer.
Check out the first trailer for Before the Flood ahead of its screening at President Obama's South by South Lawn festival next week.
He started Israel's nuclear program in the 1950s, and helped draft the Oslo Accords with the Palestinians in the early 1990s, for which he earned a shared Nobel Peace Prize.
A new study has proved that we spotty people will have our day.
Atlanta might be the best show currently tackling both the big and small frustrations of race—all without ever losing its cool.
In an excerpt from the book The Brooklyn Wars, author Neil deMause details how developer Bruce Ratner plotted to build the Barclays Center in order to attract the Nets to Brooklyn.
"Before my surgery, when a guy didn't call or text me back, I assumed it was because of my flat chest. Those days are over."
Chest binding is an everyday reality for many transgender and non-binary people, but healthcare professionals know little about the practice. The first ever medical study on the practice says that it's time to change that.
El Cajon police said that Alfred Olango was in a "shooting stance" and pointing an object at officers, which they later determined was not a weapon.