The Statue of Liberty as a skeleton, burning stars and stripes, and a Jewish guy with a really big nose are some of the more subtle images spreading over the building's multiple floors.
When my dad left Iran in the 1970s he came to the UK and made a new life as a doctor. Why is he planning to vote for a political party that rejects immigrants?
This week, host Hamilton Morris investigates the origins of a new legal drug called K2 that caused the death of hundreds of teenagers across America.
In Hezbollah's homeland of Lebanon, the preliminary agreement between the US and Iran to scale back the Islamic Republic's nuclear enrichment program is being celebrated as a resounding victory.
International negotiators announced Thursday that they had set a framework for a deal on Iran's nuclear program.
Today, troops from Chad and Niger retake town from Boko Haram in northeastern Nigeria, and more.
Lindsey Graham is convinced the world is exploding, and thinks he's the only one who knows how to work the fire extinguisher.
Meetings over Iran's nuclear program, which are resuming in Switzerland Monday, have reignited a small spark of hope for young Iranians I talked to.
Would Iran be a temperamental loose cannon like North Korea? Would they immediately push the Big Red Button and blow up Tel Aviv? What is everyone so afraid of?
Senate Republicans, desperate to stop Obama's nuclear negotiations with Iran, have resorted to sending hilarious letters to leaders of the Islamic Republic.
Despite growing tensions with Prime Minister Netanyahu, the Obama administration requested more than $3.1 billion in military aid for Israel this year. But what would happen if that were all gone?
In a controversial speech to the US Congress Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that a deal with Iran could spark nuclear proliferation across the region.
Earlier this month protesters rallied outside the Central East Correctional Centre in Lindsay, Ontario, to demand the release of immigrants who have never been charged with crimes.
The Iranian director's latest experimental feature, filmed in secret and smuggled out of his home country, is one of the Berlinale's most highly anticipated premieres.
It seems weird, but in Iran, they take martyrdom very seriously.
Over the past year and a half, regimes throughout the Middle East, from Turkey to the United Arab Emirates, have been snapping up former members of Congress to help push their interests in Washington.
Jews in Iran haven't always been treated like fellow countrymen, so a newly-erected monument honoring Jews who fought in the Iran-Iraq War serves as a proverbial olive branch.
One day Mana Neyestani woke up and found himself a criminal and a racist—a once-respected artist turned into a prisoner, then a fugitive, then a refugee.
We sat down with Ana Lily Amirpour and the film's star, Sheila Vand, to talk about love and loneliness in the genre-bending Iranian vampire Western.
We sat down with Ana Lily Amirpour and some of the other people who helped make her minimalist Iranian vampire flick possible.
In preparation for the theatrical release of A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, the brooding vampire noir film that recently blew everyone away at Sundance, we talked with director Ana Lily Amirpour and Elijah Wood, who co-produced the film.
We talked to the Iranian journalist, who was arrested and interrogated for months for appearing on The Daily Show and is now the subject of Jon Stewart's directorial debut, Rosewater.
VICE went to Tehran to check out the third annual Fajr Fashion Show, where Iranian designers have crafted ornate and colorful clothing that still adheres to the country's strict dress codes and laws.
Iran has the highest rate of nose surgery in the world per capita. According to most estimates, Iranians get four times the amount of nose jobs that Americans do. For Persian women and some men, the operation is a marker not just of physical beauty but al…