Oct 25, 2016
On the season two premiere of CYBERWAR, VICE reporter Ben Makuch investigates the most significant cyberattacks of our time.
"Sean Penn. He's a lovely bloke. But I tell you what, he can look after himself."
You do not need to live life as a peasant in GA.
The company is allegedly keeping tabs on whether you're more of a "pulse" or "cha cha cha" person.
Colin Powell called Donald Trump a "national disgrace" in leaked private emails, emergency aid to Syria could arrive soon if a ceasefire holds, New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman opens inquiry into the Trump Foundation, and more.
VICE caught up with director Oliver Stone to talk about the controversial subject of his latest film.
The cache of information also includes hundreds of employment, financial, passport, and transcript records of ordinary civilians.
Donald Trump promises to make America safe from violence in his speech at the RNC, an Indian military plane goes missing, a Colorado town finds THC in the drinking water, and more.
"Mall security had to be called."
On a new episode of Black Market, Michael K. Williams talks to people illegally bringing guns across state lines.
A massive population of marginalized immigrants and an overwhelmed security apparatus are a recipe for disaster.
People grabbed baseball bats from the shelves, and a 17-year-old split a guy's head open with a can of food.
On this episode of Daily VICE, CYBERWAR host Ben Makuch shares a behind-the-scenes look at the first episode of our new VICELAND show.
Jimmy Wales talked to us about the need to be on the lookout for threats to a free and open internet.
We like to imagine "hackers" as hoodie-wearing code geniuses, but the real threats, it turns out, are way more mundane.
Check out the trailer for our upcoming episode of VICE on HBO, airing May 27 at 11 PM.
Egyptian officials suggested terrorism may be the culprit, and Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were quick to weigh in after 66 people were presumed dead.
Some experts say it's only a matter of time before the heart of the European Union sees tragedy.
They could have probably saved a solid $1,399,999.75 if they just gave agents a quarter to flip.
I went on patrol with sleepy Frinton-on-Sea's new team of private bouncers.
A family of five have been fast-tracked to Perth because the mother is pregnant and will be soon unable to fly.
The government has already launched a series of police raids and bombed the Islamic State in Syria, but what's next?
Just how easy would it be for someone with runway access to put a bomb onto a plane before takeoff?
Does CISA mean that the government will one day be able to see that you're reading this right now? Maybe!