But flies and stale beer are all that's available.
In the latest from Ines Estrada's Pachecomics series, Moco the Turtle hates his bad tattoo and decides to remove it with sandpaper.
"I was once told that the Earth was so angry I was born, that it chose to kill people. Others have called me a murderer and said that other people's blood runs through my veins."
Raccoon is going to get so much done!
In the latest comic from Mexican artist Ines Estrada, Boris the cat hogs the bathroom so he can shave off his whiskers.
The war on drugs isn't just fought with bullets. Recent announcements from Mexican authorities show that cartels are developing increasingly advanced networks of information technology.
In this episode of Pachecomics, a new comic series by Ines Estrada, three talking animals find a weed plant in the yard and decide to celebrate.
The developer wants to make games that "transcend the creation of art"—like throwing shoes and a bowling ball at Donald Trump wearing a chicken suit.
The former leader of a group of vigilantes in Mexico has just been released from prison, and is now eyeing a career in politics. VICE News speaks with Hipólito Mora about life after his release.
"Robbing banks was lucrative, but selling drugs is way less dangerous."
If anyone knows whether The Donald's border plans are crazy enough to work, it's Australia.
Donald Trump hasn't been the only one shooting his mouth off.
We asked the busy people what got them through a grueling day at work.
For three days every March, witches and warlocks gather in Catemaco to burn pentagrams and summon the devil.
We asked an expert whether the Republican frontrunner's new immigration policy would make America great again.
Several lawbreaking immigrants told VICE that no one takes the GOP candidate's aggressive rhetoric all that seriously.
Festival-goers in San Juan de la Vega strap explosives to sledgehammers and smash them to the ground.
"Are you looking for my grandma? She's not home. But if you want stuff, I can sell it to you," said the boy who opened the apartment's door.
VICE spent the day with filmmaker Matthew Heineman during his first visit back to Mexico since the making of his unflinching documentary Cartel Land.
The director of the new documentary Cartel Land describes how Mexican citizens have been driven to vigilantism because the police and military are unable or unwilling to help.
Author Malcolm Beith explains Mexico's biggest organized crime ring works and the odd of its ruthless kingpin quietly retiring now that he's free again.
New details on the escape keep emerging, but we still don't know how the drug lord essentially commissioned a huge public works project without anyone noticing.
Joaquín Guzmán Loera, better known as "El Chapo," surpassed Pablo Escobar as the most successful drug kingpin of all time years ago. This weekend, he pulled off his second elaborate escape from prison.
I collected the baggies while buying coke from the notorious Los Zetas cartel, in the town of Torreón.