While many think of legal weed as an unmitigated good, legalization and regulation could present hardship for some.
Mayor Chokwe Lumumba began to make Jackson, Mississippi, a model for new African American politics and economics. And then he died.
The social media–savvy activist told us how he went from a teacher to a protester to an unlikely candidate for mayor of Baltimore.
Inspired by an esoteric Mormon ideology, Ammon Bundy had been a hero to people long before he led the takeover of the Malheur refuge.
Three cheers for Geoff Dyer, Alice Newell-Hanson, Mallika Rao, and all the other employees of the month behind our Holy Cow Issue.
When you move to a new country as a kid, you never fully fit in with your home culture or your adopted culture.
Universities and other organizations are now considering the ethics of using nootropics and other "smart drugs."
VICE investigates the secret world of Indigo Children, a select group of people who are said to possess extraordinary sensory talents, but who critics say suffer from ADD and ADHD.
It's not just the US—in New Brunswick, women have to navigate a confusing and costly labyrinth to get a safe and legal abortion, and there's only one clinic that operates in the province.
Tonight on VICELAND, Danny Brown and Big Sean take us inside Detroit's music scene on NOISEY, then we meet the major women of the pot trade on WEEDIQUETTE.
Thai authorities want drunk drivers to "feel the pain, so that they may understand and attain a good conscience."
With reports of sexual misconduct cropping up in pretty much every industry, we spoke to the woman responsible for changing the dialogue about workplace sexual harassment.
When networks are stooping to revive not-good-the-first-time trash like MAD TV, it's time to pull the plug on television's necrophilia trend.
Springtime isn't the only thing turning people into itchy, watery, red-eyed monsters.
Instead of fighting the politicization of drug policy, the UN has failed to challenge the ideology and junk science that fuel the demonization of drugs.
Stop taking acid and vomiting on the floor of the car and maybe you'll have a better rating, doofus.
Hawa Arsala and Tonia Beglari champion diversity in the arts through their collective.
Child actress Fatima Ptacek was given a three-day suspension after getting caught vaping at school, while her less-famous accomplice was expelled.
'Darknet' opens this week at London's Southwark Playhouse. Playwright Rose Lewenstein and director Russell Bender discuss their creative process.
The idea that black social movements tend to be led only by male leaders of African-American churches is being left in the past.
The painting, which depicts the Donald with a very small penis, was blocked on Facebook and banned from public display in the US, so a London gallery is exhibiting it instead. We asked some people who'd seen it what they thought.
Researchers put some people on acid into MRIs to figure out what anyone who has fried balls and stared fixedly at colorful lights for hours already knew.
If wine, soup cans, fascist symbols, and a man wrapped in a tent beside a coyote can be art, then why not dirty diapers?
Between death and taxes, death might be the more pleasant of life's two certainties.