RuPaul was barely out of diapers when Walter Cole first took the stage. Thirty-nine years later, he's still the top queen in Portland.
We spoke to Paul Refsdal about his new film Dugma: The Button, in which he shadows a group of Jabhat al-Nusra fighters who have added their names to the "martyr list."
Broadly heads to Nepal to witness the centuries-old tradition of worshipping Kumari, a living goddess manifested in the body of a young girl, to see how life is for the sacred children spending their lives in a temple.
"Ten years later, I still remember the moment I found out perfectly: what I was wearing, how stunned I felt, how cold it was outside on the way home."
"Most of the girls I've found only wanted to have sex with me and then never texted me back. Which is great, but I'm looking for something more."
IKEA may have created a Yeezy bed prototype, but you won't be struggling to build it anytime soon.
Slaughterhouse moguls, smarmy vampires, murderers-turned-preachers, shot-off dicks—what's not to like?
You can find the main character's resentment of otherness, intense fear of change, single-minded devotion to law and order, and pointless brow-beating in Donald Trump's supporters.
Fifty-six barbers gathered in Englewood to stop gun violence, one haircut at time.
A new evolutionary study says female orgasms were for baby making, not fun.
Judging by how many people love the show, maybe this is the real reason for Hillary's recent bump in the polls.
A dachshund in New York is currently battling for a $100,000 trust fund. We asked a pet trust attorney why—and how—pets inherit their owners' riches.
"I thought it would be hilarious to get a gang tattoo with a picture of an uzi, but now I can't take my shirt off on the beach. Joke tattoos are only funny for a little while."
HBO's legal drama is not a show about justice, but the justice system. And never has that difference been more apparent than on Sunday's episode.
The whole thing is pretty cute as far as stunt proposals go, but the 101st precinct isn't happy.
Feel bad about something you did? Congrats, you're human!
Snooki is just the latest "artist" trying to capitalize on sexy, sexy motherhood.
We asked a criminal psychologist about this phenomenon, in the wake of recent news of a prison nurse being banned from work after falling for a prisoner.
It's hard being the receptionist in Heaven's waiting room.
In her new book, Venomous, molecular biologist Christie Wilcox goes in-depth exploring the culture and history of venom. VICE sat down with her for a chat about her interest in the world's deadliest creatures.
A new BBC Three documentary searches for answers in the ongoing case of a teenage boy who went on a night out in 1996 and never came home.
The rapper tells us how a small lie led to a very awkward moment at a Hollywood party.
A reporter is heading to jail for allegedly creating a fake profile that featured posts about high school gossip and personal letters exposing sexual information about an underage girl.