The goal of Emile Klein's You're US project is to paint portraits of three people from every state—cycling from subject to subject. So far, he's traveled 14,000 miles and painted 40 Americans from ten different states.
It's a dystopian solution to international complaints against Chinese tourists for spitting in the streets, yelling in restaurants, fighting in public, and otherwise disrespecting local customs and laws.
All the talk about rising oxycodone prescriptions in the UK causing a middle-class heroin crisis is gold-plated baloney.
A rundown of all the countries you should be scared of this year.
A 1990 Supreme Court ruling suggests the grand juror suing Missouri for the right to speak out has a decent shot at victory.
Celebrities, activists, and even Bill Nye the Science Guy are calling out the Canadian government for being in the pocket of the oil industry.
For two years, small-town business owner Clay Logan has been fighting animal rights activists to preserve a traditional beloved by locals and out-of-towners alike.
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VICE Reports travels to Mississippi, where the Ku Klux Klan is swelling its ranks by seeking out veterans who have just come back from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Now that the US and Cuba are friends again, are Havana's "jineteros" are going to be hip-deep in American women?
So it's kind of annoying that you're expected to accomplish micro-challenges at the same time as exploring every inch of a truly spectacular gaming world.
Just how easy is it to set up a bogus, anonymously owned shell entity in the United States that can be used to funnel money offshore to evade taxes or finance terrorism or crime? I decided to see for myself.
News reports on protests that focus on broken windows or a shop's momentary loss of income are missing the broader context of why people take to the streets to demand change.
The Iowa resident called the police on his wife and said she assaulted him, but they ended up arresting him instead. On the police report, the tool or weapon used was listed as "mc Chicken."
A late reprieve for the man who wore a purple cowboy suit and tried to call Jesus Christ to the stand when representing himself in court.
Little more than a week after a grand jury declined to indict Darren Wilson, another controversial white cop involved in a violent death got off.
It's pretty unlikely that all these women have conspired to ruin the reputation of America's number-one Dad.
If the 22-year-old found in a trash bin Sunday had chronic traumatic encephalopath (CTE), football oligarchs are in trouble.
The way to improve public perception of the police is to improve the police. Nothing else—certainly not shaming football players for protesting—will make much of a difference.
Transparently awful cops have enjoyed successful careers after being forced out of police work. Why not this one, who wasn't even indicted, much less convicted?
Scott Panetti is clearly insane, but Texas officials seem determined to execute him even as his lawyers are making a last-ditch effort to stop the state.
As stampeding crowds rush the nation's retailers little is being done to keep the peace.
The second round of protests was a bit less intense and way less destructive than the first.
We'll be keeping you updated as the town of Ferguson and the nation at large respond to the news that the cop who shot unarmed black teen Michael Brown this summer was not indicted.