In previously recorded conversations with a biographer, Trump comes off as someone who is wholly insecure, obsessed with the spotlight, and unable to reflect on his faults or past mistakes.
Sep 26, 2016
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In this episode of VICE Talks Film, we sat down with the filmmaker to discuss his new documentary, Author: The JT LeRoy Story, and the woman behind the scandal that shook the literary world.
Trump says he might soften his immigration strategy, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake leaves dozens dead in central Italy, Tesla unveils a new "milestone" battery, and more.
His pictures are tribal—the many vibrant differences that make up the entire city are on display.
We asked a lawyer what to do when a big corporation steals your money and then says you can't join a class action suit against them.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) prevents HIV infections in HIV negative people through a continuous daily regimen of Truvada. Truvada is an antiretroviral medication that blocks the enzymes that HIV needs to "infect" a person.
Despite all the pessimism, the too-damn-high rents, and the trend pieces about mass migrations to LA, I'm staying right where I am. Here's why.
We talked to the New York Times reporter who spent a year investigating the true cost of manicures in New York.
"I know what it's like to put a show on and be disappointed with everybody's responses, because you want them to see it the way that you see it."
Can two strangers really fall in love by asking each other 36 psychologist-approved questions and staring into each other's eyes for four minutes straight? Filmmaker Gia Coppola decided to find out.
Last night, author and journalist David Carr collapsed in the New York Times newsroom. He was hurried to St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, where he was pronounced dead. He was 58 years old.
Margalit Fox, a senior writer for the Times, talks about how it feels to call someone and say, basically, "Hello, you don't know me, but we think you're going to die someday, and we'd like you to talk to us about it."
The mayor's office is hinting at big changes in how NYC cops will deal with ganja. Are we buying it?
Dropping bombs is sold as a way to liberate women, but it's also how some men get off.
Another one of those frequent but still oddly satisfying moments when the duplicity of the executive branch of the US government is on full display.
The role of the press in the turbulent conflict playing out in the Gaza Strip is becoming more and more a part of the story.
A flood of selfish little Central American brats are daring to risk their lives in the hope of a better future. Here's how we should stop them.
In the spring of 1989, New York City went nuts over the brutal rape of an investment banker jogging at night in Central Park and put five black and Hispanic boys in jail for a crime they did not commit. Now, it's time for $40 million worth of sweet justic…
Are journalists at fault for failing to convince us just how horrible global warming will be? Denial and doubt can be tempting—even to those who cover this stuff for a living.
The New York Times columnist's tale of getting too high on edibles raises some intriguing points about packaging and the potency of edibles and whatnot. But let's be honest, all she had to do was ask the state-licensed dispensary employees who'd be…
David Brooks totally smoked weed when he was a teen but now he knows better. Therefore, marijuana should be illegal throughout the US, according to a column the New York Times blowhard recently brought into the world.
In this week's sux o'clock news: New Zealand's undefeated soccer team, flaming jandals, and the country's shittiest criminal.