I visited Athens's Apollo street to find out what Orthodox clergymen are wearing this Holy Week.
Cooper Union started charging tuition two years ago amid allegations of financial mismanagement, and now the school is having to defend its actions in court.
A new study reports that one in 20 British students have engaged in some kind of sex work—we talked to a few that have about their experiences.
Pissed-off former students are launching an attack on the institution of for-profit education in America, and on Tuesday, they're meeting with the feds in DC.
VICE travels to Kuwait to meet the big cat stars of Instagram and learn about the dangers of animal trafficking—for both the pets and their owners.
A university study says it doesn't work. We say they're doing it wrong.
Women haven't traditionally been protagonists in major movies, but that might be changing—even if that change comes too slowly and not soon enough.
The history behind 'Monopoly' is full of lies and lawsuits, obviously.
They're mad at Tony Abbott for suggesting Indonesia repay $1 billion in Tsunami aid by staying the executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
Ian Marks is a 23-year-old celebrity jeweler with nearly 40,000 followers on Instagram, hundreds of thousands of dollars in sales, and his own reality YouTube series. He also says he's a god.
Community groups were promised $13 million from the government to develop de-radicalisation programs. They're still yet to see that money.
I've put off dealing with my bad credit for years now by ignoring 1-800 numbers and continuing to rack up debt. But then I had a thought: What if I could trick myself into fixing my credit by throwing myself a party?
People are paying hundreds or even thousands for one of the most ghoulish "collector's items" of all time.
Two moms who work as adult actresses describe the struggle of balancing porn and family, why they entered the industry in the first place, and how they feel about being "cool moms."
Thanks to the surplus of men and dearth of entertainment options, strippers in the indoor mining town of Fermont, Quebec, can earn roughly $5,000 in a week.
James Schamus was the screenwriter of 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' and producer of movies like 'Brokeback Mountain' and 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.' But he's also a man in a fedora who will tell you that money isn't real.
Wall Street is said to be fueled by the twin passions of greed and fear. That's true enough, but not the whole story. There's also a credo, a conviction, that all the deals and emotions add up to a surge of general bounty.
A look at how we use to use money and how we use it today.
By opening a crowdfunding platform with no pretense of "funding" anything other than a person's needs or wants, did Indiegogo essentially build an entire site just for the potato salad Kickstarter guy?
While we idealise the middle as presented to us through the media, the reality is Australians are far more affluent than they want to admit.
Drug smuggling is surging at many California county jails thanks in part to gang members getting pinched on purpose for minor offenses so they can take part in the lucrative contraband trade.
If shell companies can be said to be getaway cars for bank robbers, then Mossack Fonseca may be the world's shadiest car dealership.
What if you need to go to the mall to get your cell phone screen fixed, but it's on the biggest shopping day of the year? It might drive you to tears too.
Gotham now lays claim to Great Depression levels of homelessness, with nearly 60,000 humans sleeping in shelters, on the street, or underground. Can a new mayor change the game?