We talked to an expert about why leaving an abusive relationship is much harder than it looks.
I did the maths, and I think you could – it would just take a complicated scenario involving hundreds of people hooked up to space toilets.
American political memories can be both impressively long and terribly short. And somewhere in the middle, minds start to change.
Geek out with me as I take a look back at the year's best comics, board games, webseries and gadgets.
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French artists Fannie and Poussy want to break down sexual repression early, believing it will tackle rape culture and promote consent.
If you die in Los Angeles and nobody cares enough about you to claim your body—or can't pay the fees to do so—you wind up at the LA County Crematorium Cemetery.
It's natural to wonder why North Korea would go so overboard with their reaction to The Interview, especially when they have never responded so fiercely to a negative portrayal in American media before.
Simon Ostrovsky visits the Ziv Medical Centre, a hospital that is unique for its proximity to the international borders with Lebanon and Syria, and for treating victims of hostilities and soldiers injured on both sides of the border.
Now that America an Cuba are friends again, Havana's "jineteros" are going to be spoilt for choice for wealthy American wives.
Get the low down on the artists who've brightened up 2014 for our UK team.
At last, some cool science news.
Seven MPs voted against making big companies tell everyone if they're paying women less than men, but they don't want to talk about it.
Here are the most desperate things celebrities did to stay famous this year.
Yesterday was the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, and the London demo had last year's excessive police raids on Soho's working flats at the front of its mind.
What? You thought the last 12 months was just a plague of misogynist arseholes? Think again.
Witness the horrors of war in this award-winning interactive virtual reality documentary.
In part one of a five-part series, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky gets exclusive access to an IDF special operation, highlighting an unusual relationship they have with their Syrian enemies across the border.
How female mantids use pheromonic deception to lure males into death traps.
On Christmas, when UK markets basically shut down, local shops will still be bestowing their convenience - and comforting reliability - on us all.
The UK rap star premieres the short film that followed his biggest tour ever.
VICE News follows the Hooligans against Salafists movement, from its first full-blown demonstration-turned-riot in Cologne.
The US and Cuba swapped prisoners and announced a plan to resume diplomatic relationships, starting a "new chapter" after half a century of hostility.
The UK maintains it did not kill or torture Kenyans in the '50s, but claims that even if it had, modern-day Britain can't be held responsible.