You can't design every single possible death out of a system, as Germanwings flight 4U9525 showed.
Our verdict on last night's big "I'm honestly not a cyborg" competition.
We met one of the most fearless writers of our time to talk about her new collection of essays, Selma versus Selma, and the many absurdities of a life of letters.
The new season of Trailer Park Boys kicks off tomorrow, so I linked up with the dope-slanging Canadians to talk about everything from weed legalisation to their deal with Netflix.
After our workplace tryst, I had to tell the man who signed my paycheques that he had nearly killed my vagina.
In my mind, it was all planned out. I would arrive at 9 PM and just after he greeted me with a kiss, I would order him to turn around.
We talked with some longtime smokers who had to give up on ganja after it left them locked up, bloated from the munchies or mumbling to themselves in the foetal position.
"I would have dreams of being arrested or being hunted down by Mexican gangsters."
"Mulder realises he has been asking all the wrong questions and has sublimated his own insecurities about his sexuality through his pursuit of the x-files."
Local press have labeled Kishi Ryoichi's death a harakiri-style suicide, which is a ritualised tradition that has been endemic to Japanese culture since the 12th century.
It's not even the first time this has happened. Not even the first time.
Despite Putin's anti-gay propaganda law still reigning strong, Moscow's LGBT club scene thrives in the shadows. We hit up a couple of gay bars and found that there's hope for gay Russians yet.
An interview with Polish Green Party MP, Anna Grodzka.
From the black death to the Spanish flu epidemic to last year's Ebola outbreak, what did people do with all those diseased corpses?
The project, called This Is My Skin, aims to desexualise people in their skivvies.
I was 15 when I learned I had vaginismus, a psychosomatic condition that causes your pelvic floor muscles to involuntarily tighten when attempting penetration.
At one of the places I visited the cashier called me by my first name, despite the fact I had never met her in my entire life.
I met lots of IT professionals and a man called Roy who loves going to the supermarket and shitting himself on purpose.
Cassetteboy is confused and embarrassed by that weird "Cleggtown Funk" video.
He asked for my forgiveness and I said "OK," but it wasn't OK.
I talked to the guys behind "Britain Furst" about their latest attempt to wind everybody up, meeting fascists and getting death threats.
An existential crisis caused by a man in a mascot outfit not making any noise for six seconds.
VICE travels to Kuwait to meet the big cat stars of Instagram and learn about the dangers of animal trafficking – for both the pets and their owners.
The north is friendlier because they do not have traffic and they are never more than 10 yards from a chip shop.