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crime

Tijuana’s Tourism Is Booming Even as the Homicide Rate Spikes

Over 2,300 people have been murdered in 2018 thus far, an increase from 1,647 homicides in 2017.
Alejandra Sánchez Inzunza
José Luis Pardo Veiras
a day ago
Deportation

This Artist Exposes the Voices of New Zealanders Trapped in Australian Detention Centres

And now VICE can share these heartbreaking messages for the first time outside the exhibition.
Zoe Madden-Smith
2 days ago
climate change

The Left Thinks a 'Green New Deal' Could Save Earth and Destroy the GOP

A far-reaching new policy aims to reduce emissions, give everyone jobs, and convince rural voters to side with the Democrats, all at the same time.
Geoff Dembicki
5 days ago
self-defense

What It's Like to Be a Man Paid to Pretend to Attack Women

“You have to learn how to say some pretty nasty stuff,” says one of the male instructors at an “adrenal stress training” course.
Cole Kazdin
12.6.18
Trans Legends

13 Legendary Transgender Pioneers on Survival, Resilience, and Joy

Zackary Drucker asks Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, Victoria Cruz, Sandy Stone, and other trans forebears about their pasts and our future. Their stories, many of which have been on the margins of society, are a guide to survival.
Zackary Drucker
12.3.18
politics

My Mum Is a Far-Right Politician

A mother and daughter argue over their political beliefs.
Hinda Bluekens
11.30.18
Inside Outsider

The Evolution of Beauty in Australia's Biker Scene

Givenchy, tanning beds, and human growth hormones—we talked to bikies about aesthetics in the underworld.
Mahmood Fazal
11.30.18
Chatham Islands

The Joy and Boredom of Being Young in New Zealand's Most Remote Outpost

No cell reception, one pub, few faces you haven’t seen before. What life is like on the Chatham Islands, the most isolated corner of one of the most isolated countries in the world.
James Borrowdale
11.28.18
abortion

Abortion in New Zealand and How We Got Here

Untangling the criminal history of abortions in New Zealand shows our laws have long been out of step with society.
Laetitia Laubscher
11.27.18
Work

Drugs, Money Laundering and Rehab: What It's Really Like to Work on a Super Yacht

"Many captains start to party too much, and so they become lazy, lose their job as a result and go bankrupt because they've started living a life they couldn't afford."
Arkasha Keysers
11.22.18
anxiety

How to Talk to Someone You Can't Stand

If more people learned the art, we'd have a lot less sound and fury in the US.
Jay Heinrichs
11.22.18
LGBTQ

How I Accidentally Found Out My Dad Is Gay

I burst out crying – something I wish I hadn't done.
Julien Goyet
11.21.18
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