In 1979, Huntington Beach Police found hundreds of photographs of women taken by a murderer named Rodney Alcala. Many of the subjects are unidentified to this day.
If you've never gone through an existential crisis, you've never truly lived. Questioning who you are, where you are, and why you're here is a necessity for sentience. Here's a primer to get you started.
The Indonesian police force's insistence that female police officers under go an invasive gynaecological exam is an example of the country's ongoing issues of women's and gender rights.
Why do people on the internet hate the acclaimed author so much, or feel like it's cool to publicly proclaim that they do?
MoMA PS1's director spoke to the Creators Project about the new show—which explores how artists can confront political repression—and connections between protest and performance art.
This weekend the internet discovered the "Flogsta scream," a decades-old tradition where Swedish students all yell out their windows at the same time.
As Julien Blanc, the Canadian pick-up artist, is denied entry to the UK, we take a look at who came off worse: him, or Dapper Laughs—the comedian who sings a song called "Proper Moist."
Following the media attention and the millions of views garnered by the recent "10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman" video, people have been clamoring to recreate the same video all over again.
You don't think about the humble toilet much, do you, when you're filling it with piss or vomit? But they do an important job, and a lot of people don't have access to them.
From politicians to criminals, relationships to media relations, we're all liars living in a lying world. But how much do we care?
When expensive inpatient treatment facilities use a tank full of dolphins to cure drug addiction, is it based on evidence or is it just a marketing gimmick?
We investigate the future of love and sex in the digital age—including the evolution of the porn industry, "teledildonics," and the very real possibility of virtual romances.
Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome is a real thing that can happen to you if you smoke too much pot.
"It seems like he's going off in a bunch of different directions at once—which you might expect, given that he's a child."
Ed Templeton may be retired from skateboarding, but his photo game is still going strong. He talked to VICE about his upcoming book Wayward Cognitions, his company Toy Machine, and a possible upcoming, full-length skate video.
Model and reality star Janice Dickinson was one of the first women to publicly call out Bill Cosby in her 2002 memoir when she wrote about how he lured her back to his hotel room and became enraged when she said she didn't want to sleep with him.
New York Tyrant publisher Giancarlo DiTrapano asked Blake Butler to interview him about Butler's terrifying new book, Three Hundred Million, about a psychotic cult leader and the detective trying to understand him.
What would happen to the world's religions if we made contact with alien life? I asked Dr. David A. Weintraub, an astronomer at Vanderbilt University who's been trying to get to the bottom of that question.
A study just found that white people think that black people are actually, legitimately magic. It's the "Magical Negro" trope in real-life action.
If you're about to give birth any time soon, rest assured—they've seen, and been covered in, it all before.
For 28 days, Mark Farid will remain in one room, experiencing his every waking moment through the eyes of another human being.
Wouldn't it be useful to have a manual on how to deal with those in mourning? After her mother died, Annie Broadbent went and wrote one.
New fiction from acclaimed author, poet, and screenwriter Barry Gifford.
Protesting in the heat is fucking horrible.