Again: Fuck you, 2016.
The demonization of black victims and the lionization of law enforcement have to stop.
We spoke to filmmaker Jim Cummings about his award-winning film Thunder Road and how he got the rights to use the Springsteen classic that inspired it.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we go to a zombie-apocalypse training camp to understand why so many people are obsessed with preparing for the end of the world.
America can't seem to go more than 24 hours without a new video of death making the rounds online.
How a shitty temp job landed me packing up Colin's living room, yards from the black human-shaped stain where he'd lain decomposing for three months.
How can you feel safe when black death is everywhere you look and tools like guns only seem to make you more of a target?
You're supposed to get better there, but you can get so much worse.
"HI MOM! It's me, your dead son."
From the darkly funny to just plain dark, here are tales of your deceased friends with tails.
As the crisis fuels a record number of emergency calls for Vancouver's official first responders, users are stepping in to save lives.
Ten other tragedies, though not even close to the scope or hateful nature of the national nightmare in Orlando, can't be ignored.
Rachel Stern's Yes, Death. is a new show opening in Brooklyn that features gothic-looking photos of graveyards in the American South.
A selection of new work from photographer Jess Cole.
It seems like I've divided my feelings into categories, the way that one might do with fragrance types: floral, citrus, earthy, smoky, gourmand, spicy.
We watched Welcome to the Dollhouse director Todd Solondz's new movie, and it will kill you if your depressing modern existence doesn't get there first.
Cremation is becoming more and more popular in the US. We spoke to a young crematory operator about what it's like to make a living incinerating human carcasses.
He also tore spark plugs out of his boat and pelted the crocs with them.
Can death be cured? I want to be a living man and walk about the living land.
Psychologists believe matricide is fueled by a combination of hatred and sexual desire.
Matthew Deutsch is so invested in cryonics—the process of deep freezing a body with the hope of reanimating it at a later time—he wrote a rock opera about it.
The late singer was scheduled to meet with the doc the day after he was found dead, according to a local paper.
If jellyfish can do it, why can't humans?