Trump says he might soften his immigration strategy, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake leaves dozens dead in central Italy, Tesla unveils a new "milestone" battery, and more.
This morning, US Olympic swimmer Simone Manuel made history in Rio, the Trump campaign will meet with the RNC to try and plot a turnaround, Russia launches war games in the Black Sea, and more.
Michael Phelps wins his 19th Olympic gold medal in Rio, Iran executes alleged US spy Shahram Amiri, Suicide Squad takes home $135 million in its first weekend, and more.
What if you could paint graffiti on the side of a busy street in broad daylight without permission, and no one cared? In Bangkok, this is a reality, even if you get caught in the act by police.
I found cum-stained paper stuffed into every crack, crevice, and corner of my bedroom.
This morning, Trump donates millions to vets charities after the press questions him, ISIS launches a counter-attack against Iraqi forces in Fallujah, the US has wasted billions battling the cocaine trade, and more.
Thai authorities want drunk drivers to "feel the pain, so that they may understand and attain a good conscience."
Members of Thailand's Empower organization want the sex trade industry to be treated just like any other profession.
Until recently, Thailand's Molam music has been marginalized and dismissed as "taxi driver music," or entertainment for the lower classes. The genre, with its traditional flutes and Sabbath-inspired psychedelic riffs, is now experiencing a new life worldw…
Cambodian rocket gambling is one of the world's most bizarre gambling schemes. But for the poor locals who live below the launch zone, it's also life-threatening.
In 2015, India, Nepal, Thailand, and Mexico—nearly all the major markets for commercial surrogacy—banned the practice for foreigners. But the global demand isn't going anywhere.
Johan van Laarhoven, who was convicted for spending money in Thailand that he earned by selling cannabis in the Netherlands, is baffled and shocked at what has happened to him.
Two decades after a mining operation dumped its wastewater into the river that Lower Klity Creek residents depend on for drinking a fishing, villagers are still grappling with the horrific consequences.
After race officials pointed runners in the wrong direction, they ran 17 miles instead of 13.
Yet more Clinton email revelations, Thailand's great firewall, another load of Cosby allegations, a new 'X-Files' trailer, and more.
A post accusing a woman of summoning a ghost that eats its victims from the inside out racked up three million views.
It was supposed to go to a tipster—but since the police arrested a suspect themselves, they're keeping the cash.
The Chiang Mai Women's Massage Center by Ex-Prisoners helps female inmates transition back into the real world—and for $5, it gives one of the best massages in the country.
A California woman claims that consumers who bought shrimp from Costco should receive a refund because the retail giant didn't disclose its suppliers' shady labor practices.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha described the bombing, which killed at least 22 people, as "the worst incident that has ever happened in Thailand."
VICE Japan investigates 'yaba,' the methamphetamine-based drug sweeping Thailand, and the unique rehab program to cure addicts through daily group vomiting sessions.
If a British family member dies abroad without insurance, the cost of getting them home can be astronomical.
Created by Wine Kongsorn and Nat Maitreemit to give the Thai Wiccan community a place to gather, Ace of Cups features spells, rituals, and cakes that match your astrological sign.
Tham Krabok, Thailand's monastic equivalent to the Betty Ford Clinic, helps people overcome their addictions by living like monks and drinking a "cleansing" brown liquid that makes them vomit excessively each day.