VICE News went to Guerrero, Mexico, to report on the protests that have erupted since the high-profile disappearance of 43 students who are now presumed dead.
Last July, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine, killing 298 innocent people. VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky traveled to the site of the crash to see how the investigation is going.
India made headlines last week for its misguided sterilization program, but it's far from the only place where a woman's ability to conceive children is interfered with by the state.
The All Blacks also won on the weekend, but that's not really news because we always do.
The author of Stone Butch Blues, one of the only depictions of masculine lesbian life to cross over into mainstream popularity, succumbed to Lyme disease on November 15.
VICE News traveled to Chile and witnessed the growing rift between the extreme left and right as the government threatens to enforce its draconian anti-terror laws.
Three years after the Libyan revolution and the subsequent downfall of its dictator Muammar Qaddafi, the country has descended further into chaos and insecurity.
Australia's Chinese-language newspapers rarely mention protests, human rights, or anything political. Why is this, and does it matter?
Artists Jasman Wagner and Natali Cohen Vaxberg made a video titled "Shit Instead of Blood" in which they literally shit on the flags of countries from all around the world as a gesture against nationalism—though it led to Vaxberg's arrest in Israel.
VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson traveled to London to speak with Nabeel Rajab, the unofficial leader of Bahrain's uprising, and then headed undercover to Bahrain, where he met activists, protesters, grieving parents, and alleged torture victims.
The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today we talk about Libya's deepening political crisis and the deaths of dozens of pilot whales off New Zealand's coast.
High schoolers marched through Athens on Thursday to demand changes to the exam system and improvements to the public schools.
Peter von Tiesenhausen has a novel approach to dealing with assholes from oil companies—he claims his land counts as copyrighted art and charges them $500 an hour to meet with them.
The Nevada Supreme Court recently ruled that exotic dancers are full-fledged employees, not independent contractors, so they are owed at least minimum wage on top of their tips.
On Sunday, rebels in eastern Ukraine held their first ever elections, voting for the incumbent leader Alexander Zakharchenko to continue to run the territory under separatist control.
VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson speaks with both patients and doctors at NGO Emergency's hospital in Lashkar Gah, and gauges their expectations of an Afghanistan free from international intervention.
VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson continues his visit to an NGO-operated hospital in Lashkar Gah, Afghanistan.
They're cheap, they're legal, and they're easy to get a hold of. But how dangerous are drugs like Valium, Xanax, and Tramadol?
Wilbert L. Cooper traveled to Southern California, the region with the highest concentration of high-end rehab clinics, to explore the peculiar and troubling side of the "for profit" addiction treatment industry.
A video of two men exchanging rings and then kissing has led to lengthy prison sentences for eight Egyptian men.
If you get a lap dance in the UK, you're probably receiving it from a girl who has to pay fees to work and deals with bullying bosses, arbitrary fines, and terrible conditions.
Louisiana's Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu is fighting a rising tide of conservatism in the Bayou State.
In today's news roundup, Libyan soldiers and militias battle for Benghazi, and tensions heighten between Israelis and Palestinians in Jerusalem.
VICE Alps Tori Reichel is a black Austrian whose photo was plastered all over his university's website as an example of a foreign-exchange student. Except he's not foreign.