A Photographer's Reflections on Capturing the World's Worst Conflict Zones

Japanese photographer Ryo Kameyama​ lost his sight in his left eye documenting the conflict in Palestine's Gaza Strip.


Dylann Roof's Sister Arrested for Bringing Weapons and Weed to School

She also wrote that she hoped students participating in the walkout would "get shot" and that "it's fixing to be nothing but black people walkin out anyway."


Columbia Spent $2.5 Million to Study Sexual Assault on Campus

After a national study found one in four college women have experienced sexual assault, Columbia University decided to do something about it.


Mizzou's QB Executes Sick Power Move By Drinking Water Bottle Thrown At Him

Hard to tell who's thirstier here: the fan hucking a water bottle at Drew Lock, or Drew Lock himself.


The Beautiful Chaos of Bomba Estéreo, The Colombian Band That's Blowing Up Stateside

As their surprise hit single “Soy Yo” threatens to cross over, the scions of electro cumbia break down their musical DNA.


The VICE Morning Bulletin

Nine people were killed and 40 more were injured in Chicago gun violence over the weekend, LAX was evacuated after police received false reports of gunshots, the US accepts its 10,000th Syrian refugee, and more.


The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump calls Clinton a "bigot" during a rally with Brexit leader Nigel Farage, an attack on American University in Afghanistan kills 12, Prince's home will be opened to the public, and more.


Photos from the Next Generation of Female Photographers

Columbia University's first all-female photography MFA class will be showcasing their work this weekend in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Here's a taste of what they've been up to.


Talking Weed Soda with a Dorm Restauranteur

In the latest episode of 'Tea Time with T. Kid,' our host is joined by Jonah Reider, a young chef who is sick of being described as the kid who transformed his dorm room into one of the hottest restaurants in New York City.


Listen to Danny L Harle's "Forever", The First Release From PC Music's New Major Label Backed Project

The collective have formed a partnership with the major label Columbia, which they call "a new, highly advanced pop weapon."


German Techno Deity Paul Kalkbrenner is Finally Coming to Conquer America

With the release of his seventh album, '7,' the East-Berlin native and live artist is hoping to take his famed minimal sound to more ears (and hearts) than ever before.