Can Magic Mushrooms Help Us Come To Terms With Death?

Promising research suggests psychedelic experiences could be the future of palliative care.


Doctor-assisted suicide is now responsible for one percent of all deaths in Canada

Since being legalized last year, new data shows voluntary euthanasia has grown by nearly 50 percent.


Bambii’s Video Mix Reclaims Dancefloors from the Male Gaze

Watch the globetrotting Toronto DJ's powerful 'EUTHANASIA' visual.


Young Canadian who fought for assisted suicide for mentally ill has died

Adam Maier-Clayton became the face of the mentally ill in Canada's right to die debate.


This 27-year-old is fighting for his right to die, even if it means committing a crime

Adam Maier-Clayton is 27. Canada's new assisted suicide legislation won't allow a doctor to help him commit suicide, so he's planning to do it himself.


The VICE Morning Bulletin

President-elect Trump to meet Japanese PM in New York, more than 300 US companies urge him to stay in climate pact, Clinton exhorts followers to "never, ever give up," and more.


Heartbreaking Photos from the Front Line of Burma's Rohingya Genocide

If these Rohingya people go to their nearest hospital, they fear they will be forcefully euthanized.


We Investigate the Right to Die Debate on the New Episode of 'VICE' on HBO

Watch the trailer for the this Friday's episode from season four of our HBO show, airing February 19 at 11 PM.


A Completely Spoilers-Filled Interview with the Makers of ‘Life Is Strange’

Co-directors Michel Koch and Raoul Barbet discuss their game's heavyweight themes of bullying and assisted suicide.


'Save the Planet, Kill Yourself': The Contentious History of the Church of Euthanasia

"Antihumanist" activist Chris Korda spent the 90s campaigning for the extinction of humanity. We asked her why she hates people so much.


The Comedy in Dying: Talking to 'Dr Death' About His Euthanasia Stand-Up Show

"I don't know how it rates in terms of laughs-per-minute."


Death Rights Behind Bars

Given 35 life terms, plus an extra 1,035 years, Martin Bryant will die in prison one way or another. But if he had his way, it would be sooner rather than later. Since starting his sentence in 1996, the Port Arthur mass murderer has attempted suicide...