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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.
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.
Art F City's Paddy Johnson is known for art coverage that's a mix of nerdery and humor. We interviewed her about hew work, and the article includes a lot of pictures of naked artists dressed as pandas from Art F City's racy new calendar, 'Artists as Pand…
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.
Why do people on the internet hate the acclaimed author so much, or feel like it's cool to publicly proclaim that they do?
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.
Watch archival footage from the infamous punk public access show as its orchestra goes back to the Middle Ages.
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.
Here's another episode from the archives of the infamous punk public access program that showcased the downtown New York art and music scenes in the late 70s and early 80s.
In this episode, Blondie swings by the TV Party stage.
In this episode of the classic public access cable show, we meet the TV Party Orchestra in living color.
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 punk public-access cable show ran from 1978 to 1982 in New York City and featured everyone from Debbie Harry and David Byrne to Iggy Pop and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Here's a documentary about the show and the late-70s downtown art scene.
VICE News spoke with those still suffering from the effects of the hurricane and investigated what's being done to bolster New York's coastal communities and protect the population from future storms.
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.
Glenn discovers his inner metalhead.
The TV Party fashion crew gives a woman a makeover.
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.
The mayor's office is hinting at big changes in how NYC cops will deal with ganja. Are we buying it?
In this post-9/11 era of national security state excesses, the largest police department in America is freaking out over the possibility of weaponized drone attacks by developing its own drone program.
For the past three months, Dan Perino's "Looking For a Girlfriend" flyers have been plastered all over New York City.