"You can't just go down there, drop some money, do a photo-op, and come back," Rahul Jandial says about doctors who travel to hospitals in poor countries.
"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."
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.
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.
Take a page from the film industry and turn Los Angeles into any city in the world.
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.
In most of Asia, the practice of illegal bombing has been around for less than a decade. Tokyo, however, is an exception. I went out with one of the city's longest-active and most prominent vandals to get an inside look at Japanese graff.
At Tree Climbing Planet, "time stands still and your inner child lives."
On the finale of VICE Does America, the three hosts miraculously make it to the White House where they look back on the characters they met across the country.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we visit a hospital in Rio de Janeiro that offers low-cost surgeries to Brazilians who can't afford them.
As I traveled the nation for VICE, I saw some Americans yearning for a time that had long since passed, a time that they barely understood, a time that was defined by white supremacy.
Graffiti in Taipei used to be dominated by expats, but that's changing thanks to a new generation of dedicated and talented writers.
Legendary skateboarder Rick McCrank goes on a journey to explore the country's abandoned places and meet the people who love them.
VICE sent a black dude, a Muslim guy, and an immigrant lady to a Civil War reenactment down in Jacksonville and shit went from zero to 100 real quick.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we visit one of Rio's poorest neighborhoods in an attempt to understand a controversial form of tourism.
On this episode of VICE Does America, the trio continues its journey through Texas and stops at a museum dedicated to the idea that the Bible is a scientific document and that all humans can be dated back to Noah and his ark.
Increased tourist attention towards the favelas of Rio has afforded residents new financial opportunities—but not all stand to thrive from it.
In 2005, a law professor discovered the "Zone of Death," where a person could legally get away with murder. Eleven years later, you still can.
Since the Sousse attacks of 2015, Tunisia's deckchairs have been empty and its hotels abandoned.