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10 Questions

10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask an MMA Fighter

"The first time I was knocked out, I came to and asked the referee if I had won."
Maria Christoph
17 hours ago
crime
crime

Acid Attacks in the UK, Sadly, Are Not Going Anywhere

New statistics obtained by VICE reveal that the number of attacks has fallen, but they're still happening with alarming regularity.
James Nolan
18 hours ago
Photography
Photography

This Photographer Documented Three Couples Having Sex On Their Period

A chat with Nolwen Cifuentes about her stigma-challenging series.
Simon Doherty
17 hours ago
Books
Books

Sally Rooney's 'Normal People' Will Teach You About Yourself

The 27-year-old Irish writer's much-anticipated second novel is about relationships and how we manage them.
Lauren O'Neill
17 hours ago
Interviews
Interviews

Saying Goodbye to Dalston's Doomed Gallery

Curators Ken Flaherty and Matt Martin talk us through running one of London's legendary underground art spaces as they prepare to pass the torch.
Chris Bethell
Emma Garland
17 hours ago
LGBTQ
LGBTQ

We Asked Members of India's Third Gender What Freedom Means to Them

This Independence day, we spoke to kinnars about the nature of freedom.
Maroosha Muzaffar
All images by Viraj Nayar
19 hours ago
Film
Film

We Asked the Real 'BlacKkKlansman' Some Hard Questions About Being a Black Cop

Retired undercover cop Ron Stallworth talked about what it means to align yourself with law enforcement when you're black.
Wilbert L. Cooper
20 hours ago
Drugs
Drugs

Like Beer, There's Now 'Craft Cocaine'

A community of dark net drug users view themselves as cocaine connoisseurs, looking for "organic" coke over "petrol", and batches with good "legs" and "bag-appeal".
James Nolan
2 days ago
documentary
documentary

This Film Shows the Reality of Life in Austerity Britain

Hull might be the UK's City of Culture, but that doesn't change the day-to-day lives of many of its residents.
Oscar Rickett
20 hours ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Man Fell Into a Massive, Fake-Looking Hole at an Art Museum

He literally descended into Anish Kapoor's "Descent into Limbo".
Beckett Mufson
20 hours ago
politics
politics

Donald Trump Jr's Instagram Is a Shakespearean Tragedy

The president's eldest son posts memes of his dad, asks followers if he should keep his beard and always reads the comments.
Eve Peyser
20 hours ago
politics
politics

How Satire Gave Boris Johnson His Persona

The bungling fool act masking the sinister operator was created on a prime-time comedy mainstay.
Matt Charlton
2 days ago
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