A young woman remembers the glory days when she was semi-famous in Milwaukee, before the haters took her down.
A family takes a picnic in their new smart car. They are attacked by helicopters and have other troubles.
One day, this summer, I took off to look for the pockets of purple in an America usually divided between the red and the blue. And I found them—sort of.
'North of Dixie: Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South' spotlights moments in the fight against discrimination, focusing on areas of the country where the struggle for civil rights has been ignored by the history books.
In federal prison, you form friendships with gang members, violent men, and a whole slew of drug dealers and users of every variety. What happens after that is sensitive.
For four years, I taught a class in the Midwest, in a swing state. How could my students simultaneously respect me, and choose him?
On Tuesday morning, Barack Obama arrived in Athens for his final foreign trip as president of the United States.
The Massachusetts senator and Clinton ally said she'll work with the president-elect, but will not back down on "issues about treating every single human being in this country with dignity."
From Memphis to Tampa to Pittsburgh to Brooklyn, here are some reactions from the latest American election from the mouths of the Americans themselves.
The president is scheduled to speak at 12:15 PM.
Donald Trump to become 45th US president, recreational weed legalized in at least three states, Vladimir Putin congratulates Trump on shock win, and more.
We filed a FOIA request for all records the FBI had on Warren Weinstein, a US aid worker killed in a top-secret CIA drone strike in Pakistan. Our request was initially denied; we appealed. Here's what we found.
In this month's Artifact, VICE's Wilbert L. Cooper remembers defying the odds and winning a hog-calling contest at the Iowa State Fair.
Jeff Nichols has built his reputation as a director of terse and unusual American dramas with a distinct regional flair. We spoke with him about difficult histories, the best BBQ joints in the South, and his dream of a commercial hit.
In this edition of First-Person Shooter, we sent some cameras to a guy who makes quality beer at a microbrewery in Oregon. Based on his photos, we think he has one of the best jobs.
We talked to a young paramedic about what it's really like to work in emergency medical services. Turns out, it's not nearly as dramatic as TV makes it out to be, though when shit gets real, it gets really real.
In the new book Truevine, journalist Beth Macy details their mother's three-decade quest to get her boys back.
The first lady gave a rousing, personal speech Thursday about sexism in America and Trump's "locker room banter."
Ronald will be hiding out in the shadows like Batman at the end of The Dark Knight until the world is ready for his return.
Country rap, also known as hick-hop, has been dismissed as cultural appropriation and musical abomination. One group of rappers is trying to change that.
I was shocked when I drove through Detroit earlier this year. Throughout much of the city, the buff had advanced like an unstoppable disease—the best graffiti had been covered in blotchy gray and white paint. What happened to the one-time graf mecca?
On an all new episode of ABANDONED, Rick drives down the historic highway to count the closed businesses and see what, if anything, is left.
It's literally impossible to be racist to a white person.
Machine-gun lovers of all ages gathered in Casper, Wyoming, this spring to share in the joy of fully automatic rifles and artillery.