VICE travels to Kuwait to meet the big cat stars of Instagram and learn about the dangers of animal trafficking—for both the pets and their owners.
The three women I spoke to are hoping that Minder and Salaam Swipe will make meeting eligible Muslim men a little less impossible.
The rising star shares the personal struggles she went through in becoming an LGBT icon in the New York art world.
Given enough time, even the most reviled politician has a chance at redemption.
Plane crashes are terrifying. As humans, they play to some sort of visceral fear inside of us—we aren't supposed to fly, so the thought of something going wrong up there is particularly unsettling.
I spoke to Michael Santini, author of Venus: Don't Go There, about why we shouldn't.
From the black death to the Spanish flu epidemic to last year's Ebola outbreak, what did people do with all those diseased corpses?
Video artist Jonathan Monaghan's striking Escape Pod fuses together all sorts of objects—human, animal, and other—that nature never intended.
We talked to Rahman about the idea of reverse racism, Charlie Hebdo, and the place of politics in stand-up.
Christopher Baker didn't want to pay for his Valentine's buffet for one.
My attempts to ascend the British class system were less like climbing a ladder and more like walking under one and getting crushed by it.
An afternoon spent grilling with Dad and his new girlfriend turns dramatic in this powerful excerpt from the epic novel.
Jim Davidson's fairly racist, unfunny stage show in Glasgow came to an end after he went drinking during intermission.
Making off with a whole house is hard to manage, hard to get away with, and hard on the victims. It also happens more often than you might think.
We talked to people diagnosed with autism and leading experts about how sociological factors, academia, and the media are letting women with autism down.
Some tips from a former inmate that go beyond the stereotypes of endless rapes and shankings.
A reporter filed a FOIA request for complaints against Amtrak's café cars and received 317 pages of complaints, all of which were redacted with the aggressiveness usually reserved for CIA memos.
As a "therapeutic school," you'd think King George's curriculum would involve some healthy combination of therapy and school. Unfortunately, it did not.
Am I being selfish? Probably. But I believe I earned that selfishness after many years of having sexual encounters with men who rarely bothered to reciprocate.
It was supposed to be used to shelter soldiers after they lost the war.
I'm still trying to figure out what the most loaded two syllables in the English language mean to me.
There's a hair salon 350 feet from the world-famous, sky-blue Scientology building in Los Angeles. Here ex-Scientologist Lynn Campbell helps the shaggy, as well as those who are questioning their faith.
Her subjects were a group of Istanbul residents who came from central Turkey and had never seen the sea despite living about 15 miles away from it.
Michelle Joni Lapidos, a.k.a. Miss Joni, can persuade grown people to pay to join projects like the "Skipping Club" and a "preschool for adults." What's her secret?