Trump accuses China of "raping" the US, Australian tech entrepreneur Craig White says he's the creator of Bitcoin, and Malia Obama will attend Harvard University in 2017.
Risk, romance, and losing your toes inside the exclusion zone of Chernobyl.
Tonight on VICELAND, we explore Russia's strict gender roles on STATES OF UNDRESS and visit the Ghanaian slum that has produced more champion boxers per capita than anywhere else in the world on the premiere of VICE World of Sports.
Just some tunes celebrating Putin for his decisiveness, stable character, and moderate alcohol consumption.
Russia is staying mysteriously tight-lipped about what they'll be used for, but if they turned them into swimming battle drones it wouldn't be the first time.
The biggest leak in history is a plot against Vladimir Putin, a CIA operation, a George Soros–controlled precursor to the New World Order—and something that could expose the truth behind 9/11.
This morning, Apple wants the FBI to reveal how it hacked the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone, Trump says he won't support the GOP nominee if it's not him, the EgyptAir hijack suspect appears in court, and more.
Vladimir Putin's surprise announcement that Russia would pull out the bulk of its military forces from Syria is just the latest development in a long game of geopolitical chess.
This morning, polls show Sanders is creeping ahead of Clinton in Illinois, Russia withdraws from Syria, Mother Teresa will be made a saint, and more.
This morning, the Koch brothers are not funding efforts to block Trump, North Korea defies UN sanctions by shooting missiles into the sea, a team of refugees will compete at the Rio Olympics, and more.
Constant bombing attacks, the destruction of hospitals and schools, and the severing of supply chains have left Aleppo and its estimated 320,000 remaining citizens in dire straits.
This morning, Apple will contest a court order to hand over the San Bernardino gunman's iPhone data, China 'deploys' missiles to the South China Sea, Eagles of Death Metal return to play Paris' Bataclan, and more.
VICE reporter Milène Larsson investigates why the deadly industry of mining and selling asbestos—a known carcinogen that kills more than 100,000 people a year—is still going strong.
Ukraine's drug addicts have always been at risk for deadly diseases, but the precarious economic situation and the war has only increased the danger of contagion.
We asked experts if Syria's embattled leader could face prosecution for atrocities committed during the war that's torn his country apart.
In this episode from season three, Shane Smith meets with Kremlin officials and American leaders to learn what is driving the new standoff between the US and Russia.
What else are you going to do when it's New Year's Eve on the Trans-Siberian railway and your only fellow passengers are the friendly young activists from a bizarre political movement?
Rami Jarrah, also known by his alias, Alexander Page, says Russian and Syrian airstrikes are targeting residential areas, not just areas controlled by rebels or ISIS.
This is the story of Russian oligarch Sergei Polonsky's adventures in exile on his private island covered with stone penises, and what's left of his crumbling empire.
This year, we brought the wildest people and places to your screens with amazing documentaries released every week. Here's a look at the best of the best of 2015.
After 18 months of mutual swiping, we asked an expert if escalation is in the cards.
The gang's leader has garnered media attention before with statements like, "We have to burn out all the feminism and homosexuality from our Orthodox Christian country with hot steel."
We met the founder of Frigidaire, the most irreverent and unconventional magazine in Italy, at his abandoned fascist summer camp and magazine headquarters.
Something to Come, premiering on HBO Europe this week, follows a child in a Russian garbage dump over the course of 14 years.