I've grown so used to shouting the names of martyrs I will never meet that when I finally stood before one, my character collapsed in a moment of surrealism. I said to myself, "This is the one they've been talking about."
VICE hosted a roundtable discussion, moderated by VICE founder Shane Smith, with President Barack Obama and five students. They discussed the challenges surrounding student debt and the pursuit of higher education in the US.
New York's ban on the long-bodied animals was recently upheld, and the city's ferret owners are furious and determined to continue to fight for their rights.
We asked an expert how the UK's rising right-wing party would fare without its famous leader.
It's hard to seek guidance for your questions about sexuality or polyamory or kink or gender if your therapist doesn't understand any of it themselves.
Believe it or not, a pro-gun Tory MP made some bigoted comments on a radio show.
I talked to homeless New Yorkers about taking refuge on the subway, watching out for the cops, and why sleeping on the street was sometimes better than staying in a homeless shelter.
Local activists say they fear that this incident will derail slow progress in restoring trust between community and police.
In 2012, Benito Vasquez-Hernandez was picked up in California and taken to Oregon to testify against his son in a murder case. He's still there.
Will Texas Senator Ted Cruz, a staunch opponent of immigration reform who was born in Canada to a Cuban father, endure Obama levels of scrutiny from his Tea Party supporters?
VICE founder Shane Smith interviews President Barack Obama, discussing everything from foreign policy and marijuana legalization, to global warming and political gridlock.
When I read the Justice Department report on the police in Ferguson, I literally shook my head twice to make sure that the authors were describing Missouri cops and not the New York Police Department.
By now, everyone knows that the subject of the HBO documentary series was caught on tape muttering what sounded like a confession—but it's not clear yet whether those remarks will count against him at a trial.
Meetings over Iran's nuclear program, which are resuming in Switzerland Monday, have reignited a small spark of hope for young Iranians I talked to.
Go play hide-and-seek somewhere else.
I spoke to the authors of a new book about the blacklists kept by bosses in the UK to make sure that employees who complain can never work again.
It's good news for Britons who don't want to spend thousands of pounds to watch people play guitars.
Robert Durst, son of a wealthy New York real estate family and suspect in three murders, has been arrested for the murder of an associate fifteen years ago.
Russia could raise tensions further by deploying nuclear weapons to Crimea, officials say, a threat that has riled lawmakers in Washington.
The Category Five storm is the most destructive to hit the region in years and "could potentially be one of the worst in Pacific history," said New Zealand UNICEF executive director Vivien Maidaborn.
Thousands of Nigerians flee to Cameroon to escape Boko Haram, Gaza exports first produce shipment to Israel since 2007, and more on today's VICE News Capsule.
Newly released photos reveal bin Laden's crude living conditions in the Tora Bora mountainside of Afghanistan back in 1996.
On Wednesday, the Utah State Legislature created a sex-offender-style registry for warning the public about Utah's Gordon Gekkos. The idea might just catch on.
When a new land mass pops up like the one off the coast of Tonga, who does it belong to and how is it named?