Noisey went to Creation Music Festival in Pennsylvania to catch a glimpse of what goes on inside the bubble of Christian music.
The country famously—and controversially—quarantined its HIV-infected population at the onset of the crisis, and maintained an aggressive approach to containing its spread for decades after. But recent reports suggest a dramatic and troubling shift.
In case there was any question how women's rights might be impacted by the incoming administration, Donald Trump's pick of Tom Price to lead the Department of Health and Human Services may provide some clarity.
Gaetan Dugas was trying to be helpful when he provided a list of his past sex partners to the CDC. Instead, he was incorrectly maligned as a sociopathic deviant who knowingly infected countless people.
Psilocybin can help cancer patients cope with depression and anxiety, according to two new US studies. But will President Trump fund research in what could be a revolutionary development in psychiatry?
A group of 16- and 17-year-olds was able to recreate Daraprim for just $2 a pill.
Unlike Game of Thrones, the HBO show uses nakedness not so much to desensitize nudity, but to desexualize it.
Because owning 10,000 punk badges just isn't enough.
VICE Sports spent a day with a young skater named Leiani Hernandez Puentes to learn how she got started in skating, and why so many girls are deterred from doing the same.
Videos shot by Native American drone pilots have shown percussion grenades launched into a crowd of people protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Australia is such a diverse country—but are we inclusive?
To get a job, you need experience. But to get experience, you need a job. See the problem here?
I walked around Kuta soaking up the heady vibe of adolescent celebration.
To understand whether this divide has caused a significant chasm within Anonymous, we spoke with a hacker who calls himself Discordian.
I hung with a couple of them to see what their world is like.
This morning, protesters scaled the roof, erected a huge banner saying "Close the Bloody Camps Now," and dyed the Parliament House water feature blood red.
A no fly zone enacted by the FAA violates the First Amendment, experts say.
Dec 1, 2016
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Ten years later, it can still be a dense, disquieting listen, but it's a masterpiece on its own terms.
Dec 1, 2016
Not allowing ourselves to float aimlessly throughout life in a cloudy daze is an unquestionably hard challenge, but one we owe ourselves to face head on.
The world's favorite smart drug is much safer than Adderall and a promising treatment for substance abuse and neurodegenerative disorders—so why can't we use it?
Guess we know what weed the guys in your English 201 class will be smoking.
Women from 13 cities across Europe talk about what it's like to walk alone.
Photographer Denis Vejas documents the practices of one of the country's last Sufi dervishes.