"Everyone is looking out for one another. Everyone is learning from one another. Everyone is coming together, to fight for water, that all life on earth needs."
Between court costs, lost tourism revenue, and company boycotts, HB2 has cost the state an estimated $395 million since it was passed in March.
Liberal, Missouri, was founded to be an atheist oasis in Bible country. But today, you'd never know it.
David "Cuba Dave" Strecker is facing a year in prison for violating Costa Rica's sex tourism laws after blogging extensively about his experience with the country's prostitutes.
Giselle Natassia traveled to Phuket, Thailand, to photograph the "mason" of the Nine Emperor Gods festival, who pierce their cheeks, tongues, and bodies.
On this episode of VICE Specials, we travel deep into the Annapurna mountains to join a Gurung village on its hunt for honey that some believe is poisonous and others say has hallucinogenic effects.
Naomi Harris spent the better part of a year capturing America with a point-and-shoot film camera.
On the season two premiere of GAYCATION, Ellen and Ian meet openly gay journalists, activists, and drag performers working toward progress in the post-Soviet nation.
Several attempts have been made to conceal the odor, but the "smell of fresh crap" still lingers over the city, according to one resident.
With few places to turn, the families of the city's mentally challenged people often have to turn to facilities that are overcrowded and underfunded.
This month's cover of VICE magazine was taken in a favela called Santo Amaro, in Rio de Janeiro. We spoke to photographer Stefanie Moshammer about her work in Brazil and the inspiration behind the shoot.
Every year, for centuries in Nepal, members of the Gurung ethnic group have climbed down the sides of cliffs amid swarms of bees—putting their lives on the line—to collect hallucinogenic honey.
Take a page from the film industry and turn Los Angeles into any city in the world.
Next time you fly, maybe bring a hazmat suit.
Photographer Erin Lee Holland pairs her photos from a recent trip with those of an unknown Cuban photographer from the 60s and 70s.
Legendary skateboarder Rick McCrank takes us inside the abandoned spaces that are becoming unique skate spots Friday night on the premiere of his new VICELAND show.
Part travel log, part epic skate video, and part in-depth documentary series, the show follows pro skater Rick McCrank as he explores North America's strangest deserted spaces.
Last month, more than 30,000 people showed up to watch young Ugandan men get their foreskins sliced in public.
Starting Wednesday, the airline will be the first in 50 years to operate direct flights between the US and the island country.
More than 42,000 minors entered Germany alone last year seeking protection from conflict zones. Most of them are teens, hoping to adapt to a new culture on their own.
The fair in Salem, Oregon, is the country's first to include marijuana plants along with other agricultural crops.
Critics say the minister's comments place the burden on women to prevent rape in a country with a rampant sexual-assault problem.
The duo takes us along as they travel to countries where homosexuality is illegal, as well as areas of the US struggling with anti-LGBT legislation, hate crimes, and tragedy.
At Tree Climbing Planet, "time stands still and your inner child lives."