Brazil Is Making Homophobia a Crime
The country's Supreme Court voted Thursday to make discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender unconstitutional.
The Teenage Girls Building Their Own Ballet School in a Rio Favela
The crowdfunder set up after the release of the VICE documentary 'Ballet & Bullets: Dancing Out of the Favela' has raised enough money for the Na Ponta dos Pés school to build its own community centre.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
A Parrot Got Detained for Yelling 'Police' to Warn Its Owners About a Drug Raid
"He must've been trained for this."
There's a Dead Humpback Whale in the Amazon Jungle and Nobody Knows Why
The calf is estimated to have been one year old, and was found Friday on Marajó Island.
How the Drug War Eats the Poor
According to a new report by the NGO Health Poverty Action, prohibition drives poverty and criminality in places like Brazil and India.
Choking Men in a Man’s World
How to create strong women through Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in India.
Brazil's Love Affair with R&B Has Birthed an Incredible New Genre
The country’s contemporary R&B is a blend of American trap with regional rap, funk, and pagode.
Sex-Rated: The VICE Guide to Sex
The Brazilian Government Considers Being Beautiful a Human Right
It subsidizes nearly half a million surgeries every year.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup
Video Review Has Made the World Cup Better
Video review has avoided doing what many feared it would do: create more problems than it solved. So far, the addition of VAR (video assistant referees) has been a good thing.
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This AI Simulated the 2018 World Cup 100,000 Times to Predict a Winner
A group of researchers used AI and machine learning to predict that Spain and Germany are the most likely winners of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Untold Stories from Deep Inside a Notorious Brazilian Prison
Filmmaker and photographer João Wainer talks about the years he spent taking pictures of what was once the largest prison in Latin America.