And he went on Late Night with Seth Meyers to rant about it.
We spent a day at ground zero for the UK's new war on synthetic drugs.
While researching the pro-ana community for an article, I stumbled across some evidence that these forums have become a hunting ground for sexual predators.
Here's the advice she gave me about owing the government the price of a house, and what she would tell a kid thinking about signing on the dotted line for the first time.
The author of Where Did You Sleep Last Night shared an exclusive extra chapter with VICE.
Unfortunately, the blood does not contain any genetic material, so cloning is out of the question.
Ancient humans were using them to smoke dirty bowls mixing weed and opium.
It's a place where you can see every kind of naked body. Whether or not you get naked and have sex with one is up to you, your prospective partner, and the equipment you bring.
What will become of the young men setting up shop outside East London's night clubs?
In case that's something you and your pets are into.
The Met: Policing London put the burden of responsibility on the black community and its "suspicion" of the police, ignoring the UK's culture of institutionalized racism.
We sat down with legendary tattoo artist Horiyoshi the Third as he explained his work and the philosophies behind it.
Nothing says "we're the poison in your human machine" like paying 18.9 percent APR for a credit card with the word "bollocks" on it.
When I look in the mirror, I can't see my whole face any more, just my eyes and nose.
An excerpt from the novelist's astonishing new book about a failed writer and an eccentric billionaire, both named Joshua Cohen, in the internet age.
The author of the new book What We Think About When We Try Not to Think About Global Warming explains the "climate paradox"—understanding that we've really fucked up the environment, yet still haven't bothered to change our lifestyles.
The longtime editor's first novel, Muse, is both a satire of the publishing industry and a examination of the tangled bonds of family.
Cohen is promoting his fourth novel, second-drafting his fifth, and sitting on some five books of collected short stories and nonfiction. And he's 34.
We talked about Scottish independence (good), dancing frat boys (bad), and the value of starting arguments.
Listening in on the plaintive plea of a man who couldn't go inside his house because of an angry feline.
Talking to director Kitty Von-Sometime about body image, bravery, and C-Strings in the latest episode of The Weird Girls Project.
Getting the skin above my clitoris pierced made me wonder why there's still a stigma attached to genital piercings.
"I began to feel the raindrops trickling down again, so I pulled my hat down a little bit. That's the last thing I remember."
"A wheelchair can become just a big sex toy," said one of the organizers.