Since it illegally opened in 1976, Fineline Tattoos has lived through multiple sea changes in NYC tattoo culture. On the 40th anniversary of the shop opening on the Bowery, we talked to the longtime owners about ink in the Big Apple.
The effects of mass shootings are felt long after media attention has faded.
The apparent shooting of a Lebanese American man by a disturbed neighbor appears to be the latest incarnation of prejudice leading to deadly violence.
The duo takes us along as they travel to countries where homosexuality is illegal, as well as areas of the US struggling with anti-LGBT legislation, hate crimes, and tragedy.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we accompany a sex trafficking survivor to get a tattoo removed. A pimp had given her the tattoo as a mark of ownership.
Bernie Sanders officially announced his new progressive organization, a truck bomb hit a police building in Turkey, some plants in Baltimore are addicted to meth, and more.
A cut means more inside than it does on the street, and that's especially true in solitary—where some guys haven't seen their own reflection in a month.
The latest attacks on the Ghostbusters star speaks to a centuries-old disparagement and mistreatment of black women.
When the Boston Police Department started giving out free ice cream in 2010, it was viewed as an innovative community policing tool. But not everyone agrees that it's working.
In this special episode of GAYCATION, we visit Orlando in the wake of the Pulse nightclub massacre to talk to survivors and community leaders about the devastating shooting that killed 49 and injured 53.
Trump calls Clinton a "bigot" during a rally with Brexit leader Nigel Farage, an attack on American University in Afghanistan kills 12, Prince's home will be opened to the public, and more.
Thousands of Spanish-speaking immigrants are arrested in the United States every year, but there's no uniform Spanish-language translation for Miranda rights. That could soon change.
On a special episode of GAYCATION, we travel to Orlando to talk with survivors of the deadliest shooting in US history.
Police decided not to tell anybody about the military-grade technology keeping tabs on Baltimore.
The GOP nominee could be in a lot of trouble for purchasing thousands of copies of Crippled America.
"Guns are everywhere in my neighborhood. I want my community to know what bullets can do—and how they can exercise their rights."
On the season finale of CYBERWAR, we investigate how far the NSA's surveillance program, TAO, goes, and how they determine who their targets are.
The director of early Oscar favorite The Birth of a Nation was acquitted after a 1999 rape allegation, but that was another era when it comes to how sexual assault is discussed in America.
Amid a deluge of terrorist attacks abroad and mass shootings at home, American parents are doing what they can to keep their kids safe without inciting panic.
In states like Florida where most weed is still illegal—even for medical reasons—hydroponic gardening stores are battlefronts in the war on drugs.
"Soup is money in here."
And not just any police station, but one of the biggest stations in the UK.
"Sometimes I think we're like those Japanese soldiers in WWII—the ones on the island who just kept fighting because they didn't know the war was over."
Forty-four states have laws against hazing, but experts say most of them are symbolic at best.