Trump accuses China of "raping" the US, Australian tech entrepreneur Craig White says he's the creator of Bitcoin, and Malia Obama will attend Harvard University in 2017.
Comedians Matt Harkins and Viviana Olen decided to channel their fascination with the Olsen twins into an interactive art show, featuring paintings of Mary-Kate and Ashley hiding from the paparazzi.
I was forced out of my already expensive studio apartment by rising rents. My solution? Living in a shed.
VICE News visited northern Nigeria, where one Boko Haram victim explained how she was released by the militant group with her five children after "pretending that I was insane."
What does it mean to look like yourself on the internet anymore?
The teenage witch takes the VICE Interview and tells us about her stalkers, fear of flying, and obsession with weddings.
Norton Arbeláez turned $800 into one of the state's largest medical marijuana companies.
As individual states and nations consider how to regulate marijuana and other drugs, the UN needs to address some critical questions to set the stage for better drug policy in decades ahead.
@Seinfeld2000 spoke to actor John O'Hurley and the real J. Peterman about Seinfeld and their Kickstarter plans to bring Elaine's infamous "urban sombrero" to life.
VICE follows a suicide rescue team on the Han River in Seoul, South Korea to understand what the country is doing to end its suicide epidemic.
With all the street fights and police face-offs, the Baby Squad of Leicester crossed racial divides and created an unexpected utopia in a changing city.
This river is gross.
A handful of weed dispensaries received tickets from the city as of Saturday afternoon. Some were told to expect another $250 ticket in the following days.
There is obviously nothing to worry about when you start sleeping with someone you live with. How could that possibly blow up in your face?
Some clever idiots are extorting businesses by pretending to be famous hackers.
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta presided over the world's largest ivory burn on Saturday, which destroyed an estimated $150 million worth of trophies otherwise destined for sale on the black market.
The neighborhood cop tries to crash a party thrown by our heroic dog couple, Yorna and Schmulie. It'll take more than the fuzz to ruin the party animals' good time, though.
This week's installment is dedicated to frozen pizza and frozen pizza-inspired foodstuffs. Most frozen pizza things I've tried have been terrible so far, but serves me right for being so lazy that I eat frozen pizza.
There's a lot of baggage that comes with having a face tattoo—people may see you as a "freak," think you've been involved with some shady stuff, or assume you've been to prison. That's not always the case, though.
Just behind Citi Field sits an industrial wasteland of abandoned garages and festering garbage. This is Willets Point, a.k.a. the "Iron Triangle," and it's become a playground for some of the most talented graffiti writers in NYC over the last few years.
A US military investigation found that series of human and equipment-related errors led to the attack in Kunduz, which lasted for a full half-hour and killed 42 people before the gunship stopped firing on the hospital.
Prince was so influential and prolific and astounding that nearly every story about him is somewhat believable, but there's a lot of fiction mixed in with the truth.
A recent survey found that more than a third of people believe sexting isn't adultery. We asked some on-the-side sexters if they agree.
It's the only place in the UK where people can't marry whoever they want, regardless of gender, and one movement's fighting the law by playing politicians at their own game.