The UK media has been becoming steadily more right-wing when it comes to talking about immigration and immigrants.
What makes an iconic villain moment? Sometimes it's evil, but more often than not, it's how they show their humanity.
It's official: Dubya's brother has "decided to actively explore the possibility" of becoming the third Bush in as many decades to run the country.
This year, a Tibetan Mastiff puppy reportedly sold for almost $2 million in China, making it the priciest dog ever purchased. VICE China went to the the 2014 Yidu Tibetan Mastiff Fair in Tianjin to learn more.
The new media artist hooked some method actors up to biofeedback sensors, mapped the data to correspond to particular lights and sounds, and, in essence, made it so the robots reflect a live emotional, human performance.
Bureaucratic obstacles are making it next to impossible for families to find their lost loved ones, or even learn where they died.
Composer and sound artist Holly Herndon organized a five-part performance at the museum to explore how technology can mediate natural sounds to create a "hyper-intimate" experience.
Old people are getting it on more than ever before, which means they're getting more diseases than ever before. Do our grandparents need sex ed?
I think chewing gum is the most disgusting thing you can possibly do with your face, which is just about the only thing I have in common with Oprah.
Despite more and more young people being diagnosed with HIV because of a lack of information about the issue, the UK government announced devastating cuts to the national HIV prevention program.
The Kanavape is a vaporizer that lets users inhale the pain-relieving cannabinoid CBD without inhaling any of that intoxicating THC.
Around six Taliban militants entered a military school in Peshawar, then killed 135 people and injured 114, most between the ages of 12 and 16.
NG7, a food bank in Nottingham, says the local government relies too much on private charities to feed the hungry and plans to focus on changing the system rather than providing for individuals.
A musical puppet show, an animated short about our fear of death, and Spike Lee's documentary about Mo'ne Davis all made our list.
Janzen Jackson was once one of high school football's most exciting prospects. Then one day his life went off the rails, but no one is sure how or why.
Nearly 80 percent of the models on the catwalks at New York Fashion Week were white. Who's to blame for this lack of diversity, and how can we fix it?
Ian Haworth, an ex-cult member, has been running the Cult Information Center since 1987. I caught up with him recently to get an insight into how a modern day cult operates.
Self-harm hospital admissions among children are at a five-year high in the UK. The BBC reported yesterday that admissions of girls aged 10-14 had increased by nearly 93 percent over the past two years—with a rise of 45 percent in boys of the same age…
James Murphy partnered up with IBM and transformed algorithmic data generated by professional tennis matches into an ethereal soundscape punctuated by funky-ass dance tunes.
While we idealise the middle as presented to us through the media, the reality is Australians are far more affluent than they want to admit.
What is it about a Santa suit that makes the average New York bro totally lose his shit?
Highlights from the year include: national security excesses, a double standard for the rich and poor, corruption, oligarchy, racially biased policing, and straight-up torture.
In 2014, bodies turned up in weird places, people had complicated feelings about suicide, and the circumstances of our eventual deaths became disturbingly clear.
A brief history of violence against Wall Street and its accomplices, and an examination of why the revolution never fully arrived in America.