The much-awaited premiere of HBO's sci-fi series about a robotic cowboy theme park started off with a bang.
The author died in 2014 at age 29 from endocarditis due to IV drug use with contaminated needles and related conditions—before the heroin problem was being treated like a national crisis.
In this episode of High Society, we investigate how the dangers of using MDMA pills can be reduced.
Meet the young volunteers working to undo the damage that a perilous journey across the ocean has done to refugee children fleeing conflict in their home countries.
"It's a beautiful way of experiencing data on a body level."
When recent news spread of two separate attacks in Harlow – one fatal – the town found itself at the centre of a media circus framed around race and deprivation.
Live in one of the 25 states with legal marijuana? Here's who you have to thank.
Apparently climate change could make this terrible, terrible thing happen. We asked some experts about the anxiety, unemployment, and energy drink addiction it might cause.
A new BBC 3 documentary explores the state of black people's mental health in Britain, to spark a conversation around a topic that's been controversial for decades.
Leslie Jones and Fifth Harmony are among the stars who were harassed by members of the sexist, racist fringe political group on social media.
Some tips from an academic on how to pursue knowledge when your university wants you to chase a job.
A new study has found that taking hormonal birth control pills as a young woman makes you more likely to experience depression.
It's not much, but it's something—and that'll have to do for now.
In VICE's new web series, we meet the users, dealers, and manufacturers contributing to the country's astronomical rate of drug consumption.
On an all new episode of ABANDONED, Rick investigates nuclear paranoia at closed nuclear sights in the Pacific Northwest.
The Full Frontal host's presidential debate special is making comedy lemonade out of a particularly sour election.
Under Saudi Arabia's guardianship system, women are required to have a man sign off on their decisions to travel, work, and even get some medical procedures. We spoke to an activist trying to change that.
We talked to creator Cheo Hodari Coker about his eagerly awaited Netflix show where "the heroes come with hoodies."
The show kicks off with a grand opening on Friday at the U-HAUL office in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood.
Who you are in bed with one person isn't who you have to be with another.
"I always see adults sitting around on sofas, and enjoying just sitting and doing nothing. So take the sofa to work with you!"
Life is rough, so how can we turn our lives into one big laugh?
On this episode of Daily VICE, we head to Venice beach to talk about his new art show Apolitical Process.
"I'm worried someone without context will see my hand on a bus or something and start fearing me... or thinking there are more white supremacists and that they are a bigger threat than they really are."