The monthly magazine that Paul Wright founded from his jail cell now has a circulation of 10,000—and a reputation for not being afraid to fight the government to get its issues into prisoners' hands.
One hundred thirty-five million Americans are expected to hit stores during the long Black Friday weekend. Despite what we've been made to believe, happiness will not be available for purchase.
Photographer Ryan Shorosky spent a year working as a truck driver. This is a collection of photos taken during his time on the road.
Paris is deeply associated with love, but after the horrific attacks of last week, which left 129 people dead, too many are trying to use the city to fill us with hate.
In the wake of the Paris attacks, a group of mostly Republican governors is saying they won't take on any refugees from the war-torn nation—but experts say that they don't even have the power to do that.
A new photo book charts the rise and fall of disco as a crucial moment in history, and the impact the movement had on New York clubland.
Live coverage of the worst show on television last night.
Ahead of their IPF show, we spoke to Mossless photobook founder Romke Hoogwaerts about the enduring presence of print.
As the intelligence world becomes more technical and clogged with data, American universities have become training outposts for the military.
"We married in the winter, and our relationship began falling apart in the spring."
The point is not whether we choose to acknowledge or ignore the impact of race, but how white privilege defines all aspects of American life.
In the wake of a report that an Alabama judge gave offenders the chance to donate blood in lieu of fines or jail time, experts say that the batshit-sounding practice might actually be legal.
The success of The Martian has increased public interest in NASA's mission to Mars, but so far it hasn't increased the amount of money Congress is giving NASA.
After an altercation at a birthday party in July, members of a group called "Respect the Flag" have been charged with terrorism and participating in criminal gang activity.
Criminal justice professor Maria Haberfeld explains all the things you need to keep in mind when you're stopped by the cops.
With a new set of policy proposals, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is trying to change the tired national narrative around gun violence.
When we cover mass shootings without discussing America's troubled relationship with guns, we are covering a tree and ignoring the forest all around it.
The Prison Yoga Project is bringing mindfulness, meditation, and physical release to hundreds of prisoners.
Nearly 15 years ago at a diner in Texas, linguistics professor Hans Boas recognized a dialect of German he'd never heard before. It was Texas German. In a few decades, it will be extinct.
The 24-year-old activist, who has been advising other immigrants for five years, is the subject of a new PBS documentary.
In advance of the premiere of VICE on HBO's special "Fixing the System" on September 27, we've decided to leverage the entire VICE ecosystem—video, editorial, ten websites, mobile, and print—to focus on the subject of American jails and prisons.
"Anyone who kills friends of mine has made himself my target. I won't stop until ISIS is destroyed."
Thousands of people from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Nepal are traveling up to 10,000 miles from as far south as Argentina—a treacherous trip that can take anywhere from three to six months.
Breaking down the far right's obsession with welfare, crime, and the coming "reconquista."