Some guards are also accused of facilitating multi-kilo coke and meth drug deals on the outside.
It's called "wombling" and it's a real thing, apparently, so we sent a couple interns out to try it.
When someone dies, their debt doesn't just disappear—and in some cases, debt collectors resort to bullying, deception, and manipulation in order to get the money they're owed.
In our new comic series from Colombian artist Jim Pluk, Phil the Punk sees something he wants online and, like always, he gets it.
London homeowners renting out their second properties the whole year round aren't just driving up property prices, they're breaking the law.
Did we solve the last economic crisis by storing up an even bigger one for the future?
There's a bear market, and employment is down a little. So should I be trading all my money for Bitcoins yet?
For some young gay men, sugar daddies have more value than just sex and money, but the arrangement can come with serious drawbacks.
In the premiere episode of our series Justice, VICE examines the winners and losers of for-profit criminal justice and explores the emerging alternatives.
Aside from the fact that, theoretically, you only need to bribe one person.
Some cash-strapped former students are choosing to leave America behind in order to avoid paying off their giant debts.
In exchange for pleasing viewers, camgirl Lindsay Dye has amassed hundreds of anonymous gifts from her Amazon wish list. She has so many items, it's hard to tell what's a gift and what isn't in her apartment.
We asked an expert to help us work out how scared we should be, and the news wasn't great.
Scenes from an event so posh that the dude who played the Earl of Grantham on Downton Abbey was posing for pictures by wrapping himself in a British flag.
Canada's opposition parties need to get their shit together sooner.
This week, men will parade their finest dromedaries at auctions, races, and best-in-show events in the UAE. Prizes are given for the fastest, 'milkiest,' and most beautiful creatures. Less fortunate camels are served for dinner.
Leslie remembers a time when love was easy, motivation was still hard, and life just rolled along with the street cars.
Though the terrorism insurance industry didn't appear in the US until after 9/11, these days every spike in fear leads to an increase in customers.
The NSW Government has announced Uber will become legal, regulated, and probably more expensive from midnight tonight.
Infamous upper-class fraudster "Fast Eddie" Davenport recounts tales of his time in a UK prison.
It's possible to have a fulfilling, financially stable life that doesn't involve home ownership, but you better be prepared to learn a lot about investing.
It seems almost anybody, or any brand, can suddenly reboot themselves as a swagged-out standard bearer of cool.
We spoke to the economics expert advising the Finnish government on their plans to give every citizen a basic income.
"More Albertans die by suicide every year than they do in fatal car collisions."