Amid their daily concerns, like violence and money troubles, some residents said voting just didn't seem that relevant. Donald Trump became the first Republican presidential nominee to win Wisconsin since 1984.
"I don't want to be a Michael Brown," one plaintiff in a new class-action lawsuit told us.
Christian charity Changing Lives releases reports about prostitutes "selling themselves," but their moralistic approach won't change anything for the better.
"When the last trains in Tokyo are gone, along with the businessmen and women, students, and the workers of restaurants and bars, Tokyo is deserted, and the 'other face of Tokyo' emerges," writes photographer Masatoshi Naito about his photo book.
25 years after the fall of the Soviet Union, many Georgians are struggling to survive in the new economy. In the outskirts of the capital, Tbilisi, over 150 families are forced by necessity to live in an abandoned military hospital.
When I was diagnosed with schizophrenia, living in rural Maine became a nightmare.
For years now, Gaza has been rocked by the proliferation of a synthetic opiate called Tramadol. We sent a photographer to document sales, police confiscations, and the human suffering that pushes people into opiate use.
What seemed inevitable when President Obama visited a federal prison and everyone from Charles Koch to Newt Gingrich was onboard is now a pipe dream. But could that be a good thing?
When she was 17, Tiona Rodriguez was arrested for allegedly shoplifting at Victoria's Secret, and cops quickly discovered her third child's corpse in her bag. Now she's facing life in prison in a case that may rest on shaky science.
Episode four of the brilliant new show featured an ethnically ambiguous internet troll and the odyssey-like struggle of being poor.
Hillary Clinton's dismissal of many Trump voters as "deplorables" wasn't a gaffe or a mistake but a conscious dismissal of the concerns many poor white Americans have.
A police killing was followed by violent protests in a city where many say race still rules.
A "frictionless" cash system is creating the perfect shitstorm for people with money trouble. It's making people ill—and it's making ill people poorer.
Mechanization of farming jobs, disease, and isolation left Belle Glade poorly developed. Less than 50 miles away on the island of Palm Beach, billionaires including Donald Trump live in mansions.
On this episode of Daily VICE, Williams meets a pastor in Newark, New Jersey, and discusses the city's longtime struggles with crime.
The party needs minority voters to win national elections. But the solutions they're offering are nowhere near enough.
Check out the first episode from Michael K. Williams's new VICELAND show about the desperation driving the world's underground economies before it airs July 5.
Residents generally seem to prefer 'homeless hotels' to regular shelters, even if city officials see them as a last resort.
A short film by Girl Effect tackles gender bias.
Alternatives to holding suspects hostage for amounts they can't pay are gaining traction nationwide.
We asked an expert whether any of the clichés surrounding abortion rates are true.
Opa-Locka might just be the most corrupt city in Florida, which is really saying something.
Campers say they've got nowhere to go, and a British Columbia Supreme Court judge recently agreed—at least temporarily.
Photographer Giles Clarke spent months documenting the lives of some of the country's poorest people.