Ryan C. Doyle's Regurgitator interactive kinetic sculpture lives up to its name.
On the 20th anniversary of America's longest-running family drama, we look back at the show as a reaction to the sacrilegious media of the 1990s.
"When I go to the Muslim community I don't feel like I'm totally embraced because I'm a Republican, and when I hang out with Republicans I don't feel like I fit in there."
Researchers found that not only did the students with the attractive professor score better on the test, they rated the professor higher than the not-hot one.
How could I talk about building a foreseeable future with another person when so much of my own hinged on making just a little bit more an hour?
Researchers found amphetamines in water samples from six separate streams around the city, drastically altering the aquatic life.
Just take it easy with that stuff.
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.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we accompany a sex trafficking survivor to get a tattoo removed. A pimp had given her the tattoo as a mark of ownership.
Would anyone speak to me? Is there any truth at all that it's the "new Tinder"? How many drunk people would come on to me?
A cut means more inside than it does on the street, and that's especially true in solitary—where some guys haven't seen their own reflection in a month.
In an all new episode of Dead Set on Life, host Matty Matheson heads out into the woods with his friends and closes out the season with a home-cooked meal.
What do you do when you want to have sex with someone but can't? Spoon for hours in the protective caress of night, but no kissing.
Teaching LGBTQ history in public schools represents something much deeper than just that—it's the affirmation of the personhood of LGBTQ students.
America's favorite drag superstar reads the gay community, Hollywood's capitalist core, and his own legacy.
In this episode of The Chosen Ones, host Gavin Haynes dives into the world of horoscope-obsessed astrologists to discover his destiny as a Scorpio.
Jenkem is a throwback to those simpler days when we could all laugh at ourselves and know that, like most things, at its heart skateboarding is so very, very stupid.
The GOP nominee could be in a lot of trouble for purchasing thousands of copies of Crippled America.
"I had to be so focused, so disciplined for the whole year," he said.
A new exhibit at the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia explores the beauty and individuality of human skulls.
A carved box filled with the literary icon's ashes will go up for auction in Los Angeles next month.
If you're a woman, you're more at risk from ecstasy—so why is no one talking about it?
On the season finale of CYBERWAR, we investigate how far the NSA's surveillance program, TAO, goes, and how they determine who their targets are.
We spoke to Garnette Cadogan, whose brilliant essay in The Fire This Time shows how walking is yet another arena where a black person must tread carefully.