Border

Cartel Chronicles

Tired of Smuggling Humans Over the Border, Mexican Cartels Are Refocusing on Drugs

This does not bode well for overdoses in the U.S.
Deborah Bonello
6.27.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Gamblers Made $270,000 Betting That Trump Would Lie a Bunch in His Address

"We knew we were in trouble early with this one," a bookmaker said.
River Donaghey
1.9.19
Weed

Canada’s New Weed Minister Is a Cop

Bill Blair, former Toronto police chief, is now officially in charge of cannabis legalization.
Manisha Krishnan
12.6.18
News

Jogger Detained by US for Two Weeks After Accidentally Crossing Canadian Border

Cedella Roman, 19, was jogging along a White Rock beach near her mom’s home when US border guards apprehended her.
Sarah Berman
6.25.18
News

Oh Good, Drones Have Flamethrowers Now

Just when you thought this hellscape couldn't get any worse.
Drew Schwartz
6.20.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Someone's Been Launching Weed Over the US Border With a Giant Bazooka

Mexican authorities found the makeshift cannon inside a cargo van, along with around 1,800 pounds of weed and 2,000 rounds of ammunition.
River Donaghey
11.19.17
music video

[Premiere] iPhone-Shot Music Video Explores Beauty on the US–Mexico Border

Areas surrounding the US–Mexico border are places of tranquil beauty in the music video for Balmorhea’s “Sky Could Undress,” shot by artist Claire Cottrell.
Kevin Holmes
7.22.17
Sports

This Might Be the Most Daring Tennis Stunt Yet

Swedish sports brand Björn crosses borders—literally—in a new spot.
Emerson Rosenthal
7.13.17
at the drive-in

At the Drive-In Turned Me into a Border-Hating Communist

The band's genre-defying punk sound taught me that borders are meant to be broken.
Gabriel A. Solis
6.8.17
digital art

Here’s a 2000 Mile Digital Wall of Immigrant Artwork to Rival Trump’s Barrier

A retort to the planned physical border, a digital wall encourages artists of all backgrounds to unite.
Diana Shi
3.26.17
immigration

Inside the Border Town That Would Be Split in Two by Trump's Wall

Donald Trump has called Laredo dangerous, but residents here are more worried about his proposed policies than crime.
Serena Solomon
3.25.17
Photos

Intimate Portraits of the Thousands of Haitian Refugees Stranded in Tijuana

About 3,500 Haitians are waiting to cross the border into the US.
Hans-Maximo Museilik
2.10.17
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