Florida braces itself for Hurricane Matthew, Drake postpones upcoming shows due to an ankle injury, and more.
Donald Trump told the press that "President Barack Obama was born in the United States, period," but blamed Hillary Clinton for starting the conspiracy theory that he wasn't.
Obama is set to endorse Clinton, NASA made it to Jupiter, France is considering a new intelligence service, and more.
Tonight on an all new episode of VICE World of Sports we meet Jake and Zane Robertson, New Zealand twins training among Kenya's champion distance runners.
This morning, Hillary Clinton wins the California primary, the FDA warns that people are overdosing on anti-diarrhea drugs, Edward Snowden claims the NSA is still withholding evidence about him, and more.
Check out two exclusive clips from our upcoming episode of VICE on HBO, airing April 22 at 11 PM.
Uganda's infamous anti-gay law forced hundreds of LGBT people to flee to Kenya, a country nearly as inhospitable as their home. What can the UN do to protect them?
This morning, more than 50 million people on the East Coast are preparing for a blizzard, a former Russian spy has dismissed a UK report's claims that he murdered Alexander Litvinenko, Kenya might ban Netflix, and more.
In a country where pornography is illegal and obscenity is closely monitored, Peter Karanja a.k.a. Dr. Crocodildo saw a business opportunity.
My sister gets a goat, my dad gets a trenchcoat, and I get to get married.
This year, the Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival has fewer coming-out stories and more "post-gay" movies—but queer cinema remains a vital, vibrant scene.
Yemen digs out of the rubble after Saudi airstrikes, China rescues 64 babies from human trafficking gangs, and more in today's VICE News Capsule.
There's only one Kenyan artist, Yvonne Brandle-Amolo, at the exhibition. The rest of the names at the pavilion belong to a number of artists from China, plus the Italian Armando Tanzini.
"A strong animal like an elephant could be reduced to the status of a dry fruit, completely emptied, which is an image that I carry inside forever."
Simon Ostrovsky traveled to Somalia to learn how the militant group al Shabaab evolved from a localized threat to a regional one.
The Nairobi-based arts collective the Nest created an anthology of short films that was recently shown at the Toronto International Film Festival.
I visited Cutter at the swanky McCarren Hotel in Williamsburg to chat about the making of his debut feature film about Somali pirates, Fishing Without Nets.
We purchased the ketamine from a small gas station pharmacy just down the road without even so much as a prescription. The whole bottle cost less than a round of beers at a roadside Kenyan watering hole.
We recently published two articles that referenced the female prostate. Many commenters freaked out, incredulous at the authors' seemingly poor grasp of human anatomy. So we asked Kara Crabb to respond by writing her own guide to the mythic gland.
The recent discovery of a load of crude oil is causing a bloody battle for land and resources.
The popularity of skin-bleaching injections has rocketed over the last 18 months. The trade in black market creams and injections is completely unregulated. There is no way of knowing just how dangerous they are.
Yesterday, Glenn Greenwald and The Intercept revealed the names of four out of five countries that the NSA is collecting the phone calls of using a program called MYSTIC. Now, Wikileaks is threatening to release the name of the fifth country in question.
It's common knowledge that the al Shabaab terrorist organization has been running youth recruitment in "Little Mogadishu"—the Eastleigh neighborhood in Nairobi, Kenya—since 2009, which has in turn spiraled the area into a police state where no one feels s…
Meet Ifran. Last November, her life changed when police started bullying her into bribes, accusing her of being a terrorist, and threatening her with deportation.