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VICE is driven blindfolded to the secret HQ of the Al-Zebabist Nation of OOOG, who are running against Farage in South Thanet, Kent.
Magaluf club owner Paul Smith explains how a series of blowjobs resulted in the arrest of the local police chief on corruption charges.
We spoke to a school psychologist, a Harvard Medical School professor, and the director of Sesame Workshop's education and research team to find out what impact the changes might have on young viewers.
Inmates claim guards at High Desert State Prison use their guns to break up fights and don't give medical treatment to prisoners injured by birdshot.
First, we investigate antibiotic-resistant superviruses and the scientists racing to combat them. Then, we head to Indonesia, to see how our culture's love of palm oil is wreaking havoc on the Indonesian jungles and indigenous populations.
"I had a client who wanted me covered in as many clothespins as he could clamp on. The entire session was spent with him counting the number of pins he could attach to my skin."
The story of the youngest person ever to be cryonically frozen, and the widening allure of the human-freezing industry.
Does casual smoking actually work? We asked some experts to find out.
Have a look at all these very stylish mini-mes.
From abandoned warehouses to scenic picnic destinations, the fire-obsessed kids of Montreal brave all conditions to practice what they love.
What began as protests for higher wages and unions has turned into a social justice movement that aims to rally low-wage workers against systemic inequality.
Indigenous Australians only comprise 2.5 per cent of the population, but they make up 34.6 per cent of children in government care.
At long last, Australia is finally opening up its heart to raw-milk cheese. And don't worry—it's safer than ever.
Zauo takes the idea of "farm-to-table" and feeds it a barnful of meth.
Doug Hughes says he would rather die than "see this country fail." So naturally, he flew a small aircraft to Washington, DC.
Seattle is taking a revolutionary approach to treating drug abuse, diverting addicts who potentially face criminal charges to housing, treatment, and other services.
Jackie Robinson played alongside a pair of former Negro League pitchers in the Brooklyn Dodgers farm system, but the team—and baseball—never really gave them a chance.
Homelessness has risen by 55 percent in the UK since David Cameron became prime minister. We asked a number of homeless young Brits for their thoughts on how the country's being run.
There's still hexavalent chromium in the water, the town's houses are being knocked down, and the only place to buy beer is about to close.
Video games' character creation tools let you play as whoever you want to be—but, traditionally, that's presented problems for BME gamers.
A federal judge ruled to keep marijuana's position on the list of Schedule 1 drugs, alongside heroin, meth, and other drugs that are known for abuse-potential and lack medical merit.
Politicians blamed each other for delayed spill response last week, as many popular Vancouver beaches remain closed.
Noisey talks with mythical New York hardcore vocalist Mike Ferraro, better known as Mike Judge. Ferraro recounts his early days, unforgiving upbringing, and road toward straight-edge.