The second round of protests was a bit less intense and way less destructive than the first.
"I hope people wake up. I hope people are starting to understand that the system is really not with us. It's actually against us."
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Another day, another disaster for everybody's favorite police force.
The notoriously secretive department might get a badly-needed dose of transparency when it comes to its counterterrorism operations.
I talked to her about all that stuff and also Sex and the City.
In the wake of the terrifyingly random death of a man pushed in front of a train, some are wondering if more could be done to prevent transit-related fatalities in New York City.
We talked to the documentarian behind STOP, a film about the national embarrassment that is the NYPD's routine hassling of young black and Hispanic men.
In 1979, Huntington Beach Police found hundreds of photographs of women taken by a murderer named Rodney Alcala. Many of the subjects are unidentified to this day.
Interpol, one of the greatest bands of the last ten years, is stuck on their tour bus in the middle of an apocalyptic snowstorm.
For decades, NYPD have been busting people for small amounts of weed not because of any state law, but because they were rewarded every time they made an arrest.
With fliers, menus, and business cards serving as their advertising arsenal, these street workers—mostly immigrant men—struggle to survive in America's largest city.
A Christian group from Texas is getting ready to sue Wantagh High School over allegations administrators violated a student's religious liberties by not letting her form a Christian club.
To celebrate LGBT lives, we're creating a new photo column called "Being Gay Is Beautiful in..." about how great it is to be queer in cities around the globe.
In the inaugural episode of TV Party, filmed on December 18, 1978, artist Robert Delford Brown stops by to talk about his art religion.
New York City is mulling a "right to know" law after a summer defined by police brutality across America.
The margins, the twilight, the fringe of society—that's where the present first rolls over into the future, and this column aims to report from there.
Did you miss the New York opening of our 2014 VICE Photo Show? Were you there, but continue to lie awake at night pining for that balmy July evening in Brooklyn? Well, good thing we made a video, because now you can relive it.
New York is nowhere near ready to meet public demand for medical cannabis in the state, let alone foster a healthy pot industry. So why would anyone in their right mind have a weed trade show here?
Signed prints by some of the greatest living photographers are for sale for $100 each for the next three days only.
After decades of arresting people for having weed on the streets of New York, the NYPD is ready to change its tune. But don't get TOO excited—we're a long way from legal marijuana.
Nov 11, 2014
Past mistakes shouldn't make it impossible to pursue an education.
The mayor's office is hinting at big changes in how NYC cops will deal with ganja. Are we buying it?
Howie Hawkins won't take New York's gubernatorial election this year, but he could prevent incumbent Democrat Andrew Cuomo from winning another landslide.