Ondi Timoner's 2009 film showed how a prophetic art project pre-empted 'Big Brother' and our mass rejection of privacy. We caught up with her to see what's changed since its release.
Healthy campaigns usually don't fire high-ranking staffers all the time.
"Soup is money in here."
Swardspeak is more than gay lingo—it's a common bridge between the incredible diversity of languages to be found in the nation of islands.
After losing her mother, Michelle Zauner turned to music and Jungian theory. And though the resulting record may be stormy in substance, it washes over you like a calm and cleansing wave.
New Zealand's media is worrying about a "British invasion" after 10,000 Brits registered interest in moving there, so we looked at which other countries have seen spikes in visa enquiries since June 24.
Sean Murray didn't lie about No Man's Sky.
Dmitrij Panov details his life with stage 4 cancer on his blog "Dying With Swag."
Like the other Olympics before them, Rio 2016 proved that the IOC is blithely indifferent to the waste, corruption, and human wreckage the Games leave in their wake.
About 20 white activists waved confederate flags outside the city's NAACP headquarters, calling for the organization to "hold their people accountable."
Colon, Michigan, was and is a beacon to magicians, circus performers and other assorted weirdos.
"Our zoo family is still healing, and the constant mention of Harambe makes moving forward more difficult for us."
In honor of the series' 30th anniversary, Scholastics editorial director David Levithan discusses his experience editing the Baby-Sitters Club, the books' influence on pop culture, and the weirdest BSC memorabilia he owns.
And not just any police station, but one of the biggest stations in the UK.
"Sometimes I think we're like those Japanese soldiers in WWII—the ones on the island who just kept fighting because they didn't know the war was over."
It's hard to define what makes a dive a dive, but you know it when you see one—it feels like home.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we visit the world's first post-apocalyptic car show to talk the fans building cars and costumes that could survive the end of the world.
Forty-four states have laws against hazing, but experts say most of them are symbolic at best.
One in three Americans are reportedly considering voting for a third-party candidate, Ryan Lochte admits he "over-exaggerated" his story of being robbed in Rio, pills found at Prince's estate contained fentanyl, and more.
President Rodrigo Duterte went on a tirade after UN officials expressed concern about hundreds of extrajudicial killings that have occurred since he took office.
Developers like Rami Ismail, Adriel Wallick, and Tom Sennett live life on the road—but that's only helped them to make games that reflect the world around them.
An even grimmer than usual episode highlights how far all of the major characters have descended into the darkness.
The game gave me so much in the way of experiences, interpersonal skills, and self confidence that I couldn't put it down.
Up your trip's artistic ante by learning the craft of eco-friendly garment design.