I Went to an Islamic Exorcism in the Back of a Glaswegian Nail Salon
Turns out it's as good a place as any to cleanse your soul of evil spirits.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup
Photos of Paris Partying After France's World Cup Win
Sunday's match was France's second win in 20 years.
Ten Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Chef
"Almost everyone does drugs in this business. I think it helps stimulate your creativity and muscles when you're standing in a kitchen for 15 hours straight."
We Visited Berlin's 'Homeless University'
The project offers anyone the chance to learn, a cheap meal, and a community to lean on.
I've Broken Out of Jail by Helicopter, Twice
We spoke to Alket Rizai about his escapes, which were remarkably similar to the escape last week by French prisoner Redoine Faid.
Your 2017 Guide to Cults and Fringe Religions
This Is How Cults Work
Ian Haworth, an ex-cult member, has been running the Cult Information Center since 1987. I caught up with him recently to get an insight into how a modern day cult operates.
Daniel Dylan Wray
Italian Summers Are Glorious
Here are some photos to make you feel worse about Winter.
Big Cats of the Gulf
VICE travels to Kuwait to meet the big cat stars of Instagram and learn about the dangers of animal trafficking—for both the pets and their owners.
How Crowdfunding Websites Are Helping Brits Repatriate the Dead Bodies of Loved Ones
If a British family member dies abroad without insurance, the cost of getting them home can be astronomical.
VICE vs Video games
If These Truly Are the Final Days of the Wii U, Let It Go Out with a Bang
After a somewhat disappointing E3 showing, Nintendo's Wii U might be heading for the scrapheap. But it's not about to go out quietly.
We Took a Ride on the You Me Bum Bum Train
It's not immersive theater; it's a bizarre, joyful, nonsense experience that can't really be put into words.
The Mayor of São Paulo Talks Public Health, Protests and Brazil's Drug Problems
"Sometimes regular civilians are less intimidating than a police officer. I really believe in the power of social control coming from within the community itself."
Débora Lopes and Peu Araújo