Miscarriages of justice continue to take their toll on the mental health of prisoners after their release.
Inside an investigator's hunt for a key witness that could prove someone innocent.
As of today, legal highs are no longer legal in the UK. We spent the night with some salesmen and users to get their take on what comes next.
Being a pro pot tester is more complicated than you might expect.
Unfortunately, grown-ass people aren't usually phased by a barrage of elementary school fists.
An interview with the man who owned the UK's biggest legal high wholesale business.
It's about time.
There are no longer any horse slaughterhouses in the United States, but it's still legal for Americans to buy horses and ship them to other countries to be processed as meat.
Tonight on VICELAND, we visit Uganda's only maximum security prison and its elaborate inmate soccer league.
The executive who publicly wept after 12 miners were killed at one of his plants in 2006 was found shot to death near his wife's grave.
Citing the harsh treatment faced by criminals in society, a Brooklyn judge decided not to send a young convict to prison.
VICE looks into Toronto's Dixon City Bloods to find out if the group is a media fabrication, a violent menace, or something in-between.
We spoke to New Zealand TV journalist David Farrier, co-director of an investigative documentary into the bizarre, litigious world of "competitive endurance tickling."
Has the pioneering scheme in Leeds' Holbeck district actually made sex work safer?
This morning, police and protestors clash at a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico, the Afghan Taliban appoint a new leader, Bill Cosby's case will go to trial, and more.
Some high-end clients were quoted $8,400 for 14-hour appointments, prosecutors say.
Some people just have "extreme overvalued beliefs," apparently.
Let this be a lesson to all would-be crooks.
Alternatives to holding suspects hostage for amounts they can't pay are gaining traction nationwide.
May 24, 2016
Cosby said a modeling agency provided him "five or six" girls a week at one point.
This morning, Obama says he approved the drone strike that killed a Taliban leader to stop threats to US troops in Afghanistan, thousands of refugees are being removed from a Greek camp, Shia LaBeouf is asking people to drive him around, and more.
Civilians "better duck, first of all, because the bullets are gonna fly."
We touched on the recent removal of the police chief, racist text messages, and Donald Trump.
In LOCKED OFF we explore the current state of illegal raves in the UK, where young people are breaking into buildings to hold parties until the early hours.