I met with a group preparing to cross the Cambodian border in an attempt to make it to the UN office in Phnom Penh.
You don't know true loneliness until you drink two cans of cider alone in an ASDA's garden-furniture department.
Local culture, exquisite aesthetics, and the brutalities of hunting and fishing converge in a current exhibition at the Wyoming State Museum.
Laws for governing the treatment of dead bodies are murky at best and contradictory at worst, since it's more of an ethical question whether corpses should be treated like people or property.
Sam the Orangutan from Dunston Checks In? He's dead. And the Taco Bell chihuahua? Also dead.
Medical marijuana for animals could be a good idea, but it's not an excuse to get blazed with your pets.
People talk about the scandalous novel by Marguerite Duras as if it's some kind of spiritual experience, and it is, sort of.
I died on August 19, 2011, near my house in Mesa, Arizona. I was fully engulfed by blackness. That's all there was. I was not in my body, I was not with my body, I was not part of my body, but for a while I was still somehow aware of it all.
The man behind the camera for such strange, hilarious shows as Chris Elliott's Eagleheart and Comedy Bang Bang discusses what it's like to work with his heroes.
"We recently had an elderly woman in here selling her used mattress protector because she'd spent all her money on pokies."
With a film about him premiering next month, we explore the buoyant popularity of New Zealand's most controversial media figure.
Have we lost our sense of wonder?
In a country where gay men are subject to anal examinations in police cells and imprisonment because of text messages, Alice Nkom has dedicated herself to helping people find justice in a homophobic system.
The MSM blood ban is enforcing homophobia.
"The dressy clothes, the parties, the cigars, the jacked-up prices in the hotels and restaurants, the disappointing food were all of a piece. It was exhausting and repetitive and depressing—and no one in publishing would have missed it for the world."
With great national support for the legalization of marijuana, the America of 2015 is Amsterdam compared to the zeitgeist that birthed Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue 25 years ago.
A popper is essentially a bong hit with a cigarette. You may think that's disgusting, and you're not wrong.
I saw a paralyzed cat regain mobility and found out that some animals would rather shit on the water treadmill than work out.
The city's stoners descended on Flagstaff Gardens yesterday to celebrate pot culture. We mostly went to ask some questions.
Jesse Willesse, the son of an Australian journalism great, was arrested after sparking up on the steps of Sydney's Town Hall.
Irvin Rosenfeld has smoked over 200 pounds of government-gifted weed, and he says it doesn't get him high.
VICE's crime editor talks to one of our UK writers about why the police carry guns and why so many Americans are afraid of them.
Like it or not, there is no disabled character on television with as much exposure as Daredevil. We took a closer look at the new Netflix show and how its portrayal of the blind impacts the way people view the disabled.
Naomi Jacobs went to bed a 32-year-old woman and woke up believing she was a teenager again. After temporarily losing 17 years of memories from a rare form of amnesia, Jacobs wrote a memoir about piecing her life back together.