The Nuwaubians' leader was sentenced to life in prison more than a decade ago, but the Brooklyn cult perseveres.
Zac Bissonnette talks to VICE about the story of Ty Warner's billion-dollar plush toy empire and the speculative bubble it created.
There's probably never been a president with a criminal appetite like Frank Underwood's, but that's not to say that criminal activity has somehow steered clear of The White House altogether.
In honor of his mother, a cancer survivor, Shane has established a gift-matching campaign to help the Mayo Clinic continue their groundbreaking cancer research.
Bill O'Reilly is a pestilence to reason, an objection to the concept of critical analysis. He is the spirit child of the segment of America that won't stand for nuance or patience.
Also this week: A guy beat a baby because it was crying while he was trying to watch TV.
The performance Discotropic—premiering tonight, February 27, at the New Museum's Triennial—is the cosmic intersection of science fiction, classical dance, queer politics, and one fierce black headdress.
We talked to them about their new philosophy book, The Age of Earthquakes, FKA Twigs, and Generation Z's perception of time.
Like, everything. Started with vomit and just got worse. She lost control of everything.
When I was sentenced to a decade behind bars, I knew that the earliest I would be online again was in 123 months. A lot can change in that time.
Books about skinheads, Syria, and segregation.
Writer Blake Butler's guide to some of the most gloriously and perversely unpublishable texts you can read for free online at UbuWeb.
When I was ten I stole some books from my grandmother. They were all really smutty. I learned about prostitutes, the 70s American attitude toward Jews, class anxiety, and the best positions for cunnilingus.
Studies have found that driving, walking, cycling, and using public transportation can be dangerous when you're drunk. So what the hell are you supposed to do?
A growing number of families in the UK can't afford to properly bury their loved ones. Why is the cost of dying rising so fast?
We talked to the creator of the fighting style about the responsibility that comes with teaching people how to defend yourself with a knife.
We talked to a gay and trans teacher about what it's like to be out—and not out—in the classroom.
We spoke to the British performer about his new show, in which he pretends to be a woman online to catfish truck drivers and drills a hole in his wall to record the sound of his neighbors having sex.
Helen Hollyman is editor-in-chief of Munchies, VICE's food channel, where she covers everything from the tasty to the unsavory. She says she recently ate a doner kebab that tasted like the Donner party.
Everyone lies and many of the men are desperate creeps, but for single women it's an easy way to go on expensive dates without worrying about commitment.
An attempt to preserve a stencil of a girl holding an atomic bomb recently failed when an anonymous vandal wrote "GRAFITTI" (sic) all over it.
"Hurling the Silver Ball" is considered to be Cornwall's official sport and involves residents engaging in what's probably best described as a lawless game of street rugby.
There's been an increase in the consumption of porn in which the actors pretend to be related, but is incest really what the fans want, or do they just crave something more outrageous than the last thing they saw?
Conversion therapy is the practice of "curing" gay people by trying to turn them straight. The practice has been around for a while, but these days it is considered ineffective, harmful, and potentially deadly.