A few elections ago, Australia was talking about carbon pricing schemes and solar subsidies. We've gone backwards, but there's a way to get moving.
We spoke to artists who have painted "Fuck Trump" murals, created instruments from items abandoned by border crossers, and used paint to make parts of the fence disappear.
Around 25 percent of 18 to 30-year-olds didn't vote in the last election. Some put this down to laziness, but that's a lazy explanation.
You can take Britain out of Europe, but you can't take the European out of Britain.
On this episode of Daily VICE we meet up with artist duo the Kaplan Twins in LA to talk about their Instagram project.
In the final political explainer before the election, VICE's Wendy Syfret breaks down how the major parties plan to save the Barrier Reef from rising sea temperatures, sediment run off, and the good ship "jobs and growth."
Lee Zachariah visits one of Melbourne's richest divisions to understand why an openly gay footballer and Bob Katter's estranged gay brother are causing the Libs so much pain.
"Let's just be real: I feel like marriage is a bit of a flawed institution, and I think for some people it's like, 'Why even bother?'"
The new e-book, Pounded by the Pound, imagines a steamy, post-Brexit hellscape starring a guy and his giant, living British Pound coin companion.
The 5-3 decision provides a clearer definition of what an "undue burden" on a woman seeking a legal abortion is and could affect legislation nation-wide.
A lot of resignations today. But whose resignation was the best?
In our final episode, we examine what it's like to be a journalist held hostage by one of the longest election campaigns in Australian history, Penny Wong's comments on the plebiscite, and Scott Morrison's painful revelations of discrimination.
For her first solo show, artist Carly Mark brings advertising and consumerism to its logical conclusion with an apocalyptic advert starring Eric Wareheim as an anthropomorphic sweet.
"There's a saying that people have now: 'Love is love.' But who is to say what real love is? How can you love me and hate somebody else? That doesn't make any sense to me. Things are changing, but it will be slow."
Share the Safety is a vicious, bleak joke, but it's the only kind of joke you can make about the debate over guns in the US.
Political scientist Heath Pickering argues for a voting system based on how long you'll have to live with the consequences of political decisions.
A writer and artist continue their combing of the oddest parts of the web for nuggets of gold.
Emma Cline's debut novel The Girls explores the phenomenon of young women opting out of society and into cult-like groups such as the Manson Family.
The country is on fire and the future is on fire and it's all your nan's fault.
In our final episode before election day, we talk the media's role in politics, Penny Wong on the plebiscite, and #Scomophobia.
"They just work you until you're broken and then you're done. It's very high turnover. It gets to a point where you weigh up your odds."
In the battle between "masc" and "fem", many gay men are making enemies of themselves.
If I recognize everything that could possibly be wrong with me in every situation, I won't be caught off guard if someone else sees it.
If you squint at your iPhone with one eye in a dark room, there's a chance you'll go blind for ~15 minutes. SCIENCE.