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We spoke to the creator behind ABC's consistently funny and cutting family comedy about politics, The Cosby Show, and aspirational TV.
The anti-Putin, feminist punk rock band has released a video calling out the Russian government for its rampant corruption.
How a string of murders became one of America's most infamous crimes, fueling wild conspiracy theories and rumors along the way.
Yesterday, the WHO declared Zika a global emergency—but, despite the fact that it's linked to serious birth defects in babies, women in affected areas still can't get safe abortions.
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Because no laws exist regarding the sale of human breast milk, it's technically not illegal but largely unregulated. We spoke to people who sell their breast milk online about why and how they sell their excess lactation.
We went to one such event in Canada, where no one seemed to have a problem with the controversial "sport," including the man being thrown.
Off-label use of SSRIs has proven a promising treatment for premature ejaculation, but not all doctors are convinced taking them to last longer is a good idea.
How can we love when the world is clawing against us? How can we feel hope when our New Year's diets have already gone by the wayside, dumped in the lay-by of January like a truck driver's murder victim?
He said it largely depends on the personality of the user and what they are going through before they take the drug.
Singer Joseph Coward was brought up as part of a church known then as New Frontiers International. His experience was one of homophobia, control tactics, and a system that bore "all the calling cards of a cult."
Then, Motherboard heads to Austin to see if Elon Musk's Hyperloop is any closer to becoming a reality and we investigate the deep-breathing workshops that are supposed to induce trance-like states.
I'm not revolted when I scroll through the adoring Columbine posts. They often appear in between photos of self-harm wounds and missives about loneliness. Instead, I feel pangs of sadness, pity, and on a bad day, recognition.
Anderson remembers his time on the front lines of the battle and what it was like to meet captured ISIS fighters face-to-face.
We spoke to Jacqueline Frances (a.k.a. Jacq the Stripper), the author of The Beaver Show, a new memoir about being a gay stripper, about all the weirdness that goes along with the job.
In Canada, where it's legal to sell sex but not to buy it or advertise it, it can be tricky for sex workers to navigate the laws and avoid dangerous or shady johns.
In Ballads of Shanghai photographer Graham Finks captures the transitional beauty of the city's derelict building sites.
A story about the unlikely intertwined story of a Nahua featherworker, a Spanish lawyer, and the infamous conquistador Hernán Cortés.
Body odor that smells like pot is a real phenomenon, according to some of the world's most eminent biologists and cannabis experts.
For decades, Ghanaian women have been banished to live in segregated camps on suspicion of witchcraft. The Gambaga witch camp is one of the most famous in northern Ghana.
At 30, I realized my big-city media career may not have been as fulfilling as my old friends' quiet lives back home. Goddamnit.
VICE's culture editor James Yeh travels to his hometown of Anderson, South Carolina, to investigate how one businessman and outspoken Donald Trump supporter is trying to influence this year's election.
For a recovering addict, doing insane things to your body for silly reasons isn't such a big deal.