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I Discover All the Best Music in My Life Through Video Games, and I’m Not Alone

Without Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, Grand Theft Auto, and Dave Mirra, my music library would probably be a near empty vessel.
Mat Ombler
19 hours ago
Food

Of Course, Research Suggests That Red Bull & Vodka Can Increase Aggressive, Risky Behaviour

At least in mice, zebrafish, and that guy at the bar the other night.
Jelisa Castrodale
19 hours ago
Food

Is the World Ready for These Pringles-Flavored Instant Noodles?

Mmmm… sour cream and onion fried noodles.
Nisa Kreems
19 hours ago
News

This Doctor Won’t Stop Mailing Abortion Pills to the U.S. — Even Though the FDA Ordered Her to

“I will not be deterred,” she said.
Carter Sherman
19 hours ago
Food

Why Having the Balls to Dine Alone Makes You a Better Human

One of life's greatest pleasures is a solitary meal. But in the age of the iPhone, we don’t really know how it feels to truly eat alone anymore.
Nell Frizzell
19 hours ago
News

Trump and Israel Team Up to Cool Tensions With Iran

U.S. officials are raising concerns that intelligence about Iran's plans to attack American allies was misinterpreted.
David Gilbert
19 hours ago
LGBTQ

An Indonesian Police Officer Has Been Fired For Being Gay

The former policeman, who had been in the job for a decade, has filed a complaint to the National Human Rights Commission.
Arzia Tivany Wargadiredja
19 hours ago
Indonesia Riot
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Pride and Prejudice: LGBTQ Rights in Asia's Newest Nation Timor-Leste

VICE travels to Asia's youngest nation of Timor-Leste to march at its annual Pride parade and learn about the LGBTQ community's Pride—and fight—to come out in a deeply religious place. ©Clementino Amaral.
LGBTQ

Taiwan Legalises Same-sex Marriage in a First for Asia

One week before an assigned two-year deadline, Taiwanese lawmakers pass a bill where same-sex couples can register as a married couple with government agencies.
Lex Celera
4 days ago
VICE Votes

Inside the Lives of Workers Who Thrive on India’s Election Economy

From the taxi drivers and sound guys to the ones who print posters and compose political jingles, these unsung heroes are the most vital part of the world's biggest democratic exercise.
Zeyad Masroor Khan
4 days ago
Playlist

Week on Week: The VICE India Mixtape

A song for each day of the week, throwing in a mix of new releases and some #throwbacks too—everything from homegrown hip-hop to Bollywood (uh-no?) and K-pop—we gotchyu.
Naman Saraiya
4 days ago
some like it hot

These Climate Change Arguments Need to Die

Recent climate protests have been met with a wave of dangerous cynicism that needs to be defeated.
Joe Sandler Clarke
4 days ago
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