We also examine labor practices in Nicaraguan rum production and head to a highly exclusive golf tournament.
A decade ago, the UK's pubs and clubs were given the go-ahead to serve alcohol around the clock. Did this result in "unbridled hedonism," as the Daily Mail claimed?
We also get inspirational life coaching from a young millennial, check out a wrestling school where amateurs train like WWE superstars, and more.
Psychedelic expert Andy Roberts talks about bad trips, set and setting, and how to figure out how strong a tab is.
The refugees who've risked their lives to flee terrorism could find themselves becoming scape goats.
If Paul Hannaford's stories about suicide attempts, smearing his body with his own feces, and injecting himself with dirty, blunted needles don't make you afraid of heroin, nothing will.
What's more British than a turd in a plastic bag floating in the ocean?
We spoke to a few of London's Uber drivers to get their thoughts on picking you up when you're shitfaced.
Richard Branson just posted an embargoed document from the UN Office on Drugs and Crime that urges governments to ease off on the prosecution and imprisonment of drug users.
Some just have a name and a number. Others feature fancy graphic design, weights, prices, and all sorts of other evidence of intent to supply.
We had a chat with Derek Ridgers about his upcoming book, The Dark Carnival: Portraits from the Endless Night.
I was a virgin when it started and she made me promise that I loved her. The thing is, I really did.
Last night, social media in the UK was ablaze with rumors of a riot brewing in Walthamstow, East London. VICE sent a reporter down to see what all the fuss was about.
It's the second time in five years that the UK's end-of-life care has been recognized as the best in the world.
Yet more Clinton email revelations, Thailand's great firewall, another load of Cosby allegations, a new 'X-Files' trailer, and more.
British police have a long history of spreading disinformation about illegal drugs, which—in the long run—doesn't help anyone.
Pre-election, the Conservative Party said it wouldn't allow drilling in sites of special scientific interest, but it just went ahead and granted licenses that cover 293 of them.
The famed activist punk band debuted their new song "Refugees In" and say they're going to get more involved with refugee-related activism in the coming weeks.
The inmate, who contributed to a series of VICE stories about the detention center, has been cleared for release since 2007 but will now—at last—get to return to his family.
The UK's Prevent program is colossally idiotic. It's hard to think of anything that would more efficiently drive an angsty and solitudinous teenager to Islamic fundamentalism than thinly veiled racism.
It was the size of a soccer field, and police are now getting ready to destroy it all.
A couple of years ago, we spoke with the founder of London's Club Drug Clinic. We checked in again recently and found out he's got all sorts of new issues to contend with.
An e-cig is not medicine, the school says.
We met some of the dancers involved for a chat about what the event, dubbed the Art of Stripping, will involve.