Dancing VS the State
Are Sex Parties Legal? We Spoke to A Veteran Promoter To Find Out
Sex-positive communities navigate a complex set of archaic laws regulating morality.
Dad Sues Woman For Lying About Birth Control, Ontario Court Says ‘Nah’
The father’s case was shot down due to the fact that he had consented to having unprotected sex.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
A Native American Tribe Just Panicked and Burned All Its Weed
The South Dakota tribe planned to open a marijuana resort, but then freaked out about the possibility of a federal raid and burned all of the marijuana.
Hells Angels, Black Panthers, and Psychedelics: Criminal Defense Lawyer Tony Serra Is the Hippie Atticus Finch
Serra, who took a (probably LSD-inspired) vow of poverty and has been jailed twice for refusing to pay taxes, has been a go-to lawyer for what he calls "anti-government entities" since the 1960s.
‘You’re Really Being an Asshole, Officer'
A look back at some historical court cases involving people cursing at cops.
Necrophilia Is a Tough Crime to Adjudicate
Laws for governing the treatment of dead bodies are murky at best and contradictory at worst, since it's more of an ethical question whether corpses should be treated like people or property.
The UK Government Is Finally Cracking Down on Rip-Off Ticket Resellers
It's good news for Britons who don't want to spend thousands of pounds to watch people play guitars.
An English Head Shop Just Won a Landmark Appeal to Keep Selling Bongs
"Sometimes you have to say, 'I've had enough of this rubbish and I'm going to fight it.'"
Iggy Azalea’s Beef with Papa John's Is a Serious Wake-Up Call About Consumer Privacy
Iggy Azalea became the butt of many jokes this week when she ranted on Twitter about a Papa John's pizza delivery guy giving out her phone number, but her pizza feud exposes serious privacy issues.
Mary Emily O'Hara
Should New York Release Sex Offenders?
As New York state considers releasing sex offenders previously held in civil commitment, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner's research on the Depravity Standard asks the public to consider how to judge the worst crimes people can commit.
Sophie Saint Thomas
A Japanese Man Just Became the First Person to Get Prison Time for 3D-Printed Guns
Yoshitomo Imura, was arrested in May after posting a video of himself assembling his very illegal firearm to YouTube.
Guantanamo: Black Out Bay
We traveled to Guantanamo Bay and spoke to a former detainee and guard to find out what life's like at Gitmo.