A conversation with author Mike Jay on nitrous oxide's remarkable history.
A historian, a doctor, and a sex therapist talk about what we talk about when we talk about masturbation.
Five days ago, Trump's campaign tweeted and deleted an image that was accused of being anti-Semitic. Here's why this is still a thing.
Why magazines refused to run the group's startling ad.
Thirty-five years ago, Granger Taylor left a note saying he was boarding an alien spaceship for an interstellar journey. He was never seen again.
Ceaușescu Decree no. 770 banned women from having abortions in Romania. That resulted in the birth of about 2 million children, who have since been known as "Generation Decree."
Want to know who the original Dick is? We sure did.
What we talk about when we talk about toilet paper orientation.
'I became obsessed with reading, watching, and looking for lesbian images.'
In many societies, rape was defined as a crime against property—if it was defined as a crime at all.
Trip reports from government researchers, confusion about how LSD gets made, and much more.
My father, a Romanian theater director, was considered a threat to the Communist regime of his time.
Murder in the jungle.
VICE sits down with Mario Van Peebles, Mandela Van Peebles, and Mark Wolper to talk about their new four-part miniseries that retells the classic story of Kunta Kinte.
When your whole thing is absolving people when they repent, it's hard to make your enemies go away for good.
The Itinerary is a 2,400-page book listing where the Führer was on each day of his life, how he got there, what he did, and who he was with.
Before the construction of the Channel Tunnel, French photographer Gil Rigoulet saw England as a gloriously strange, distant planet.
The museum in San Bernardino, California, is filled with all manner of McDonald's memorabilia—old Happy Meal toys, photos of early employees, even a straw wrapper from the original restaurant.
We asked an expert what the black icon might have thought of Trump's plan to build a wall, ban Muslim immigration, and make America great again.
Freddie Oversteegen was 14 years old, when a gentleman visited her family home in the Netherlands to ask her mother if she would allow her daughters to join the resistance.
Started in the summer of 1971, Denim Delinquent covered the angry young bands that the high-minded rock press refused to touch.
A new history of brutal lynchings at the same spot in 1918 and 1942 offers insight into the terror of white supremacy.
The new time-hopping mini-series by Broad City's Ilana Glazer and Paul Downs follows in a long tradition of stoner comedy.
Jazz artist Jaimeo Brown breaks down the power of work songs, which have an influence that extends from the plantation to the trap.