We sat down with the writer to talk about her career, how New York has changed, and the problems LGBT people still face.
They wanted to smear paramilitary organizations and scare kids into staying indoors.
From Teklife to a digital arts collective, Anibal Luque has made a career out of helping DIY artists and alternative entrepreneurs navigate the often-complicated legal snags that come with starting a business.
Pot is more plentiful and powerful than ever, but low-grade shake still has its fans.
An interior designer, who works with A-list clients who spend upwards of $50,000 a room, explains the sociopathy and delusional thinking that comes with disposable incomes.
Juliet Jacques spoke to VICE about Trans: A Memoir, gender dysphoria, and being the writer she wants to be.
New research out of Osaka suggests a male birth control pill may be closer than we thought—no scary needles required.
The Oregon college shooting has sparked a renewed push to restrict gun ownership. But how women actually feel about gun laws is more complex than you think.
Along the old Trans-Canada Highway in New Brunswick stands a disturbing statue of an emaciated racehorse. Once you break inside the old amusement park behind it, things get even weirder.
Some believe that these so-called "pro-ana" and "pro-mia" spaces—some of which are banned on social networks—offer much-needed community and representation to vulnerable individuals.
"Bye Bye, Beavers" forced Daggett and Norbert to confront the reality that they were cartoon characters, and that they were about to be cancelled.
Advocates for women's reproductive health have Satan on their side.
HABEAS CORPUS live projects the image of former prisoner Mohammed el Gharani onto a massive sculpture in the Park Avenue Armory.
Also this week: A man was arrested after complaining to police that a local newspaper had violated his human rights by posting a photo of him shoplifting.
It may be terrible, but the worst music video of all time brings with it a message of deep hope.
We got six casino workers to tell us their best and worst anecdotes.
She suffers from body integrity identity disorder, a controversial condition in which able-bodied people believe they are meant to be disabled.
Welcome to the Chateau Vino where they don't sell alcohol, but do have 11 play rooms out back.
An excerpt from longtime VICE contributor and Broadly editor-at-large Monica Heisey's new book, I Can't Believe It's Not Better.
Sue Ellen Allen went to prison when she was 57 years old and emerged determined to improve conditions for every woman who goes to prison.
We spoke to a law professor who conducted in-depth interviews with FLDS survivors about the abuses women face in the church.
For her latest show, the award-winning photographer Juno Calypso traveled to a Pennsylvanian love hotel to capture marriage and intimacy at its most alienating.
The Deaf West theater company's re-envisioning of the controversial Broadway play reminds us that the only thing separating the deaf from the hearing is a language.
There are a lot of creeps out there.