How Robotics Are Transforming the Lives of Greece's Underprivileged Kids
Eight 18-year-olds are offering kids in their neighbourhood a way out by passing forward the skills they've learned.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Protesters Chased Mitch McConnell from a Restaurant Chanting 'Turtle Head'
The group shouted at the Senate Majority Leader about the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy.
Black Women Making History
This Teenager Made History and Pissed Off Racists Everywhere
Zyahna Bryant wrote the petition that sparked the movement against the Robert E. Lee Statue in Charlottesville. A year later, violent racists held the tragic Unite the Right rally.
The Up Close and Personal Issue
How the Government Monitored Twitter During Baltimore's Freddie Gray Protests
This month's FOIA should serve as a cautionary note to activists using Twitter and other social media to promote their causes.
Which London Landmark Is Best to Occupy in a Protest?
We rate and slate the places where you might end up having a sit-in.
Brown Coal Blues: Inside the Tense Conflict Between Germany's Coal Miners and Climate Activists
VICE Germany heads to the Rhineland, where clashes are taking place between the region's coal miners and the climate activists searching for a cleaner energy solution for the country.
Homemade Gas Masks Show the Ingenuity of Protest
There is a museum where you can see the DIY gas masks from around the world.
I Spent 24 Hours with Greenpeace on Their Latest Illegal London Action
I joined the group as they wheeled a polar bear the size of a double-decker bus in front of Shell HQ.
How to Spot Someone Trying to Wreck the Labour Party by Voting for Jeremy Corbyn
Who are these people polluting Labour with strange and foreign ideas like socialism?
Why UK Students Are Calling Bullshit on Universities for Not Living Up to Their Marketing Hype
The "student experience" is increasingly at odds with the image sold by universities – so activists are disrupting open days.
Oscar Webb, Photos: Chris Bethell
This Is What It's Like to Farm Under Police Surveillance
In 2012, Forest of Dean eco-activists turned a 180-acre plot of land with no official owner since the 1800s into a self-reliant community farm. The land has now been sold to a local businessman, and residents are being forced to leave.
Bangladeshi Gang Rape
VICE News correspondent Tania Rashid traveled to Sylhet and met with both perpetrators and victims of rape, as well as local police, to find out what is driving Bangladeshi men to rape and abuse women.