VICE News' "Complexify" series takes you down the rabbit hole, to show you why just about everything is more convoluted than you think.
HBO's docuseries 'The Vow' makes clear that NXIVM was filled with Hollywood types—but why was the cult so good at recruiting them?
A religious cults expert said that members of the controversial Shincheonji Church believe that getting sick is a sin because it keeps them from “doing God’s work.”
“All the deaths [of nature and humans] happening around us are because of the evildoing of these kinds of people.”
The infamous self-help group’s founder Keith Raniere will stand trial alone on May 7.
The founder of Universal Medicine thinks he's the reincarnation of Leonardo Da Vinci. Others think he's the leader of a cult.
Clare Bronfman, Nancy Salzman, and other NXIVM insiders were taken down for allegedly running pyramid schemes.
As electric-vehicle rebates dry up, would-be Tesla owners are facing an existential crisis.
After the recent news of Turkish televangelist Adnan Oktar's arrest for fraud, sexual assault, and espionage, I look back on what it was like to meet him and the women of his "Islamic Creationist" cult, known as his "kittens."
"There was a quiz in a magazine titled 'did you grow up in a cult?' I answered 'yes' to every question and realized the truth."
As the leader of the "Ideal Human Environment" movement stands accused of sex with a minor, the group's inner workings come to light.
In a town with a reputation for religiousness, a group of Satan worshippers are among the faithful.