If your name happens to be Elizabeth Gallagher and you have a Canadian passport, have we got the deal of a lifetime for you!
Long-distance marriages between Syrians living in Israel and those still in the motherland are common in the Golan Heights, but recently crossing the border has become extremely complicated.
The stones were "recycled" by the Communist Party after World War II to build houses, roads, and gardens in Brest, Belarus.
We were suburban teenagers there for a Halloween scare, but it suddenly seemed like we were about to become characters in a horror movie.
It's recommended to be in a safe, familiar place when you're tripping so that you won't lose self-control from overstimulation. That makes a haunted house easily the worst place to drop acid.
ALONE: An Existential Haunting is an elaborate (and expensive) Halloween event in downtown Los Angeles that focuses less on ghouls and zombies and more on making you feel like shit.
Hated by cops and locals, "Frestonia" was home to a bunch of pioneering weirdos who built a micronation complete with its own cultural institutions.
"I wouldn't say I was brave. Or maybe it is bravery, but the most important thing in my mind is to look objectively at the risks and decide whether or not you think you could help."
On December 7, 1959, sometime between midnight and dawn, Dr. Harold N. Perelson lost his mind. After beating his wife to death with a hammer he attacked his daughter—who survived—and then killed himself by drinking a glass of acid. No one lives in the hou…
Imbalu, the public circumcision of adult men, is an age-old ritual that government representatives and local boosters in southeast Uganda want to promote as a major tourist attraction. But the dubious ethicality of imposing the painful procedure on unwill…
I spent a night seeing what London nightlife looks like for tourists. As it turns out, it's full of tacky pubs and overpriced transportation.
VICE News was in Belgrade to monitor the anti-LGBT protests and meet members of Serbia's gay community who were determined to defy the intimidation and march through the streets regardless of the risks.
While every country holds the right to refuse access to foreign nationals, it seems that Israel is extending the concept of "security threat" to anyone expressing oppositional political views.
In September, 2015, Danish citizen Andreas Mogensen will become the first of his countrymen to be shot into space.
Carlos Pedro used to body-surf. Now he leads a project to map the Rocinha slum using handwritten algorithms.
I wanted to see what London looks like to the rest of the planet, and it turns out it's pretty much the misery capital of the entire world.
Like the dude on safari who doesn't lift his head from the lens, many of us have started vacation to accumulate stories, photos, and experiences rather than just letting the unfamiliar wash over us, and reveling in the surprise of unexpected things.
When I visited the camel market in Birqash recently, I could hear sticks as they whipped through the air and cracked on strained, burdened flesh.
In parts of Peru, there's a culinary delicacy that's made by liquefying rare frogs. Drinking the concoction is said to cure bronchitis, tuberculosis, asthma, arthritis, and even impotence.
In roughly 20 years Vietnam went from being one of the poorest countries in the world to a place where drinking until you puke is such a large part of the culture that many bars have "puke sinks" built into them.
I talked to the full-time volunteers working to spread the good news about the end of the world and turn commuters into converts.
As the Detroit Blight Task Force begins tearing down the city's crumbling buildings, the artists of the Seafoam Palace are trying to save the wreckage and transform it into something new.
Flagstaff, Arizona, is trying to combat panhandling by giving homeless people coupon booklets called "Better Bucks." I tried them out to see if they were all they were cracked up to be.
I talked to a French-Hungarian who opposes immigration to Hungary but is hoping to set up a community of French nationalists in his adopted country.