Bad Education

Malaysian Textbook Tells Young Girls That Their Bodies Could Bring Shame to Their Families

It goes on to warn nine year olds about the dangers of wearing immodest clothing and sitting in a quiet place for too long.
Mustika Hapsoro
2 hours ago

An Interview with Abu Huzaifa, Canadian ISIS Fighter

“I guess the title of having been a Mujahideen,” said Abu Huzaifa al-Kanadi, the infamous ISIS fighter at the center of the “Caliphate” podcast, “it's just not something you want to give up so easily.”
Ben Makuch
3 hours ago

Rihanna Is Suing Her Dad

The singer claims her father has been misusing her name to conduct business without her knowledge.
Kristin Corry
a day ago

Parliament Just Had to Decide Whether 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Was Too Dangerous for Singapore

The central government was forced to respond to questions about the hit show after a MP tried—and failed—to get a live performance either shut down or censored.
VICE Staff
2 days ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now

When You Find 15 Pythons in Your Home’s Pipes, Maybe It’s Time to Move

Suddenly, the bathroom seems pretty terrifying again.
VICE Staff
3 days ago

What It's Like To Sell Burgers In North Korea

What's it like selling hamburgers in North Korea, and how much of a shift for the nation does the burger business signify? VICE News Tonight speaks to the owner.​
4 days ago

Inside Mong La, the Myanmar Town Where You Can Buy Drugs, Sex, and Endangered Animals

Mong La is a 5,000-square-kilometer fiefdom in the Golden Triangle that is infamous for the flagrancy of its sin-based industries like prostitution, gambling, and the selling of endangered animals.
Paul Vrieze
5 days ago
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Meet Nyango Star: This Heavy Metal Cat Mascot is Trying to Save a Rural Farm Town In Japan

This Japanese mascot isn’t just cute. He's an economic stimulus package.
Gaby Wilson
News Zealand

A Biker Gang-Run Facebook Page Wants to Keep Kiwis Away From Fast Food

Zoe Madden-Smith

Chinese Ambassador Just Accused Canada of 'White Supremacy' Over Arrest of Huawei Executive

“The reason why some people are used to arrogantly adopting double standards is due to Western egotism and white supremacy.”
David Gilbert

Researchers Retract Study That Said Fake News Is Just as Likely to Go Viral as the Truth

A paper that claimed the quality of information doesn't factor into how viral it becomes under conditions of "information overload" has been retracted.
Jordan Pearson

Disturbing Video Shows Canadian Cop Repeatedly Running Over Deer With Broken Legs

With many members of the public outraged, the incident is being looked into by the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team.
Mack Lamoureux