On this episode of Daily VICE, we meet up with the traveling cast of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' to find out why their fans are so drawn to drag.
We're closer than ever to eradicating malaria, but not there yet. If we don't double down, we risk losing all the progress that's been made.
Motherboard's editor-in-chief, Derek Mead, gives us an exclusive look at new shows like Whiz Kids and Greatest Moments in Hacking History.
We visit the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art to see a new exhibit celebrating 1970s gay culture and political expression.
Matthew Deutsch is so invested in cryonics—the process of deep freezing a body with the hope of reanimating it at a later time—he wrote a rock opera about it.
Then VICE Sports takes us inside the family-owned business in Taiwan that's been making NBA courtside seats since 1925 and Motherboard tells us about former Blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge's alien obsession.
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Then Motherboard tells us how eSports is bringing back mechanical computer keyboards and VICE Magazine explains how a rare breed of cattle survived for 2,000 eating only foraged greens.
Then Motherboard tells us why tourists are facing extreme weather conditions to visit a military plane wreck in Iceland, and MUNCHIES explains how chef John Besh is helping aspiring chefs in New Orleans.
Then we look at Swiss artist Namsa Leuba's South African photo diary and Motherboard explains how the Plum Island Animal Disease Center became a potential terrorist target.
Then Motherboard explains how cheap cell phones are changing the way people illegally cross the Mexican border, and we find out why Ammon Bundy's bodyguard fled the Mormon militia.
A technological arms race between migrants, cartels, and authorities is heating up at the Mexico-United States border. At its center? Cheap, pay-as-you-go phones.
Then Motherboard explains how Facebook is using artificial intelligence in a new feature for blind users, and VICE Sports tells us how a lucha libre wrestling school is trying to change the sport's regulations.
Then Motherboard explains the science behind automatonophobia, or the fear of statues, and VICE Sports tells us about Tony Barnette, an American MLB player who got his start in Japan.
Then VICE magazine explains why many abortion clinics across Texas may soon close and Motherboard follows a doctor in Antarctica who is researching the effects of the isolation of space travel.
Then THUMP explores what LA is doing to ensure drug safety at music festivals and Motherboard explains how an entrepreneur plans to bring space tourism to the Coachella valley.
Then Motherboard explains the problems inhibiting the rise of sex robots and i-D celebrates Vans' 50th birthday.
Then, Motherboard weighs the arguments against panda conservation and the Creators Project explains how virtual reality will change the future of storytelling.
Then the Creators Project takes us inside New York's Armory Show art fair to discuss the fetishization of African art and Motherboard goes behind the scenes of Richard Branson's Bitcoin summit.
Then we get an exclusive look at the Creators Project's new documentary about an artist who documents underwater surveillance sites, and Motherboard meets the premier frog expert of India.
Then Motherboard asks if ISIS's rise could be influenced by solar cycles, and Munchies highlights chef Ronnie Killen's new gourmet spin on traditional Texas BBQ.
Then we revisit the unsolved case of a chlorine gas attack at a 2014 furry convention in Illinois and Motherboard investigates the decline of AM radio.
We also sit down with activist Leon Ford Jr., a man fighting for reform after being shot and paralyzed by Pittsburgh police.
We're throwing a premiere party for the short film in Hollywood this Friday night, before it airs next week on Motherboard.