When They Killed Our Men
The Philippine drug war has seen thousands of deaths at the hands of police. They leave behind countless women and children, whose collective trauma is far-reaching, and often overlooked.
In Latest Blow to Press Freedom in the Philippines, A Veteran Journalist Is Found Guilty of Libel
Maria Ressa is convicted of cyber libel charges, raising concerns of diminishing press freedoms and democratic rights in the Philippines under President Rodrigo Duterte.
Gov’t Critics in the Philippines May Soon Be Charged As Terrorists
A new anti-terrorism bill only needs President Rodrigo Duterte's signature to be signed into law. Human rights activists say it is a repression tool to silence government critics and diminish freedoms.
Life With Coronavirus Is Our 'New Normal' for at Least a Year, Expert Warns
"Life is different now," says infectious diseases expert Dale Fisher. "There are changes that need to be sustained."
The Coronavirus Is Officially a Pandemic. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
Numerous countries are now dealing with COVID-19. An expert says we may need to start learning how to live normally with this virus.
What it’s Like to Write, Direct, and Shoot All Your Own Porn
We spoke to an "independent porn star" based in the Philippines. She told us how she got into this industry, how she makes money, and what friends and family think of her profession.
Editor's Note: Why It's Crucial to Look at Environmental Extremes
VICE is one of hundreds of newsrooms around the world joining the Covering Climate Now initiative.
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The Philippines Is Deploying 'Really Pretty' Female Officers to Distract Drivers from Traffic
Here’s why the sexism is not that surprising.