In part one of our documentary, host Wilbert L. Cooper heads back to his hometown to speak with members of the police force about serial killer Anthony Sowell's case, and revisits the horrific evidence of Sowell's heinous murders.
There was a time when I vowed to never bring another black child into this world. "For what?" I thought. "To be beaten, to be caged, to be taught to hate himself and everyone who shares the same skin as him?"
Considering the amount of illegal injections happening in communities across the country and the reality that these procedures can kill you months and even years after the fact, I'm afraid we've only seen the tip of toxic-ass ice berg.
Almost every fashion show has some kind of historical reference or allusion-based theme underpinning it. We took a deeper look at some of these concepts that were presented on the runways during New York Fashion Week.
Policemen in New Iberia, Louisiana, say Victor shot himself in the back in the rear seat of a patrol car while his hands were cuffed. His family and local activists think that's ridiculous. And an on-going investigation conducted by the state seeks to get…
The horror that befell Oscarina Busse's backside began in July 2009. The 35-year-old Floridian felt a dull but persistent itch deep in the meat of her buttocks, one that was impossible to scratch. Like thousands of women across the globe, Oscarina was suf…
This week on the VICE Podcast, Wilbert L. Cooper sits down with Adam Minter, an expert in the global economy of scrap, to discuss the ways scrap impacts our lives from the devices we use to the air we breathe.
Through my relentless search on the internet for the perfect gifts, I discovered three new amazing companies run by people with vaginas that make cool stuff for other people with vaginas. I was so inspired by their very different but awesome missions that…
One sweltering afternoon in July, I found myself breaking and entering into a derelict warehouse on the east side of Cleveland. I was in the middle of a crash course in metal theft from a man named Jay Jackson.
This month's cover by Marcel Dzama is the kind of strange painting you'd want to cut out and put on your wall, only you can't if you're just looking at it on your computer like a putz. Get a subscription already.
En Noir has become a go-to brand for fashion icons like Kanye West and A$AP Rocky, and it's easy to see why—their mix of luxurious leathers and streetwear swagger is perfect for a hip-hop dude with refined tastes.