Tonight on VICELAND, we head to Venezuela on STATES OF UNDRESS to understand what it means to be beautiful in a country on the brink of economic collapse.
Condoms cost about $70 each, while the government is trying to teach women how to make their own pads, with fabric.
Experts and former drug warriors say the debacle represents a stunning blow against the US government's efforts to punish those who profit from the global drug trade.
In this episode from season three of our HBO show, we traced the cocaine highway from Venezuela to the sinuses of Europeans. Then, we investigated India's growing industry of gestational surrogacy.
I stayed in a five-star hotel, bought hundreds of beers for under $15, and paid to fill up the gas in all my neighbors' cars.
Scenes from a gay beauty pageant night in the port town of Maracaibo.
Doctors in Venezuela have been behaving abominably on Instagram.
His new book looks at how the American government, banks, and intelligence agencies enforce a very covert and modern type of imperialism.
We chatted with producer Alex Chitty about the trail of cocaine running from Caracas to a small, strange town in Niger called Agadez.
Falling oil prices have led to empty government coffers, and as a result, the country is suffering from a shortage of imported products.
Featuring songbirds, cocaine, female Chinese bodyguards, and the Chileans in charge of slaughtering beavers.
Fuel in Colombia costs twice what it does in Venezuela. This has created a booming black market.
On March 8, thousands gathered in the center of Caracas yet again to protest the food shortages in Venezuela, which they hold the government responsible for.
Yesterday in Caracas, Venezuela, thousands of citizens gathered to mark a year since the passing of the country's late president Hugo Chavez. Meanwhile, across town, protests by anti-government activists continued, unabated.
VICE News's Alex Miller is on the ground in Caracas, Venezuela, reporting live, as hundreds of demonstrators take to the streets.
VICE News continues its coverage of the rising tensions in Caracas, Venezuela, against President Nicolas Maduro's government. We visit a construction site near Altamura Square, where protesters are mining the left-over materials to use as barricades and w…
VICE News continues its coverage of the protests in Caracas against Nicolas Maduro's government, where opposition leaders organized a massive roadblock in the center of the city.
VICE News continues its coverage from Caracas, where students took to the streets once again to protest President Nicolas Maduro's government and pay tribute to those killed in earlier protests.
Over the past six weeks in Venezuela, a coalition of political groups opposed to the President—Nicolas Maduro—and students angry over dramatic crime rates have taken to the streets in mass demonstrations.
Many of the anti-government opposition groups taking to the streets in Venezuela have been backed by the US for years and are supported by wealthy Venezuelans. Is that reason to be concerned?
What started as a protest early this month following a sexual assault at the University of the Andes, in San Cristóbal, has escalated into massive demonstrations across the country with no clear end in sight.
Roberto Redman and Bassil Da Costa hadn't met before they encountered each other at a protest in Caracas on February 12, but now they'll forever be linked thanks to their deaths at the hand of the government.
The Cuban government once again has plans to reform the country's struggling economy, though they haven't revealed how exactly they intend to do it. But if history is any indication, Cubans may want to hold onto their wallets.
Over the past 15 years, ten male members of the Barrios family, based in Guanayén, northern Venezuela, have been killed. It is the belief of one female member, Eloisa Barrios, that the men were all killed by the police as part of a multi-generational vend…