For several years, the Unis'tot'en clan have been manning checkpoints on the boundaries of their territory, where energy companies plan to construct pipelines.
Much-loved venues may be closing down, but the queer scene has always been in flux.
VICE News spent seven days in the trenches and bunkers of Ukraine's frontline, getting to know a platoon whose soldiers—and pets—have found flashes of luxury amid a ramshackle existence.
For 450 years, people have been jumping off of Mostar's old bridge and flying for three seconds before hitting the water.
The people in Bengkala, Bali communicate in kata kolok, a type of sign language that's unique to the area.
VICE Japan followed some of the country's most infamous bikers to hear about their violent pasts and dying subculture.
The scene of one of the deadly attacks in France's capital used to be the best place to get a caramel vodka shot on a Friday night.
A 55-year-old former British Army Officer has set off on a 75-day trek throughout Antartica—and he's doing it without any assistance.
Unlike many plantation tours, which lionize wealthy white slaveowners, the Whitney Plantation in Louisiana tells the violent history of slavery from the perspective of the people who were chained, maimed, and molested.
Daniel Ennett, who has no arms or legs, traveled from Edmonton to Florida to prove he could swim with sharks. Just don't call him an inspiration.
I found alcoholism, gambling, God, and deep conversations about Donald Trump at Vancouver's Kingsgate shopping center.
Mount Rinjani is spewing ash into Indonesian airspace, grounding flights and leaving people stranded on an extended holiday.
Called "pajdo," the drug is cheap and plentiful, but destroys the bodies of users who are already suffering under the crushing weight of poverty and racism.
For trans people, airport confrontations are more than embarrassing, they can also be incredibly physically threatening.
Nina Manandhar's street portraits capture the celebratory moments of living in London town.
Here, the bullfighting is bloodless. Bulls wear a Velcro patch on their shoulders while men on horseback try to tag them with Velcro-tipped darts.
A growing number of people who can do their jobs from laptops are realizing they don't have to be burdened with a permanent "home."
Native Americans in California are outlawing marijuana in order to save the environment—and themselves.
Ghost hunting turns out to have a lot in common with listening to a broken radio.
How a rivalry between Benjamin Franklin and another publisher sparked a rumor that's endured for more than 200 years.
We went to the conceptual art project that turned into a literal example of nation-building and is now a bizarre international phenomenon.
Due to the economy it's hard enough to live in Greece, but exorbitant burial costs, limited cemetery space, and endless bureaucracy make dying almost as difficult.
Action Pour Les Enfants was at the forefront of the fight against child sexual exploitation in Cambodia. Then, their former-director was arrested for alleged child sex abuse.
A Bangladeshi-American novelist's search for home in the hills and jungles of South Asia.