What Happened to Rider Strong?

The 'Boy Meets World' heartthrob opens up about life after Shawn Hunter and the trauma of fame in an exclusive interview with VICE.

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Watch Adam Driver Take on the CIA's Torture Program in 'The Report' Trailer

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How to Treat Casino Dealers, According to Casino Dealers

Casino dealers share the do's and don'ts of gambling, proper tipping protocols, and how to behave in a casino (pro-tip: there's cameras watching you everywhere).

Saving the History of Video Games

Waypoint meets Frank Cifaldi, the founder of the Video Game History Foundation.

The Fastest You've Fallen in Love

VICE's Dee Nasty hit the streets of New York City to ask strangers what was the fastest amount of time it took for them to fall in love.

Watch Adam Driver Take on the CIA's Torture Program in 'The Report' Trailer

The explosive VICE Studios film is out November 15 in select theaters and November 29 via Prime Video.

Whoa, Keanu Reeves Is Coming Back as Neo for 'Matrix 4'

Carrie-Anne Moss will reprise her role as Trinity, too.

The New James Bond Movie Has a Name So Dumb It's Actually Incredible

It's called 'No Time to Die,' as in, "Sorry, I can't die right now—I'm too busy."

Danny Brown's New Celebrity Talk Show Is Weird Enough to Be Funny

'Danny's House' on VICELAND takes its cues from the anything-goes wildness of Pee-wee Herman and 'Wayne's World' to reveal his talent as a comedy host.

The Stars of 'Pose' On Why the Show's Greatest Gift Is Its Happy Endings

Billy Porter, MJ Rodriguez, and Janet Mock reflect on the second season's joy, glamour, and radical hope in an interview with VICE.

Kit Harington Was 'Surprised' by the 'GoT' Ending Everyone Else Saw Coming

"I didn't realize what was going to happen the whole way through until maybe half a page before Jon kills Dany."

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The Creators of the World's Longest-Running Webcam Are Pulling the Plug

FogCam, an early-internet project of two San Francisco State University alumni, has reached its end after 25 years.

The War Against Sharing Streaming Site Logins Has Begun

Disney really, really wants you to stop using your ex-girlfriend's brother's Hulu password.

We Interviewed the Priest From the 'Hot Priest Summer' TikTok

According to the Texas-based Episcopal priest David W. Peters, "I'm like the least funny priest I know."

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Why Is Failed Professional Liar Sean Spicer on 'Dancing with the Stars'?

Re-framing dangerously incompetent political figures as “fun” is careless and deeply troubling.

Please God Make It Stop

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Who the Hell Are the Chrisleys?

An in-depth explainer on the reality TV stars being indicted for tax evasion and accused of extorting their daughter with a sex tape—and that's not even the half of it.

Maria Qamar Refuses to Keep Her Art a Secret Anymore

After clashing with her family over her art for years, the artist known as @hatecopy is making her work bigger, bolder, and more unapologetic.

Never-Before-Seen Images of London's Punk Scene

"I wasn’t a punk. I was an art school rebel documenting the scene."

These Glorious Photos Show Off the Subversive World Where Drag Meets Wrestling

"With Choke Hole we want to take wrestling and amplify [its] queer subtext explicitly. We want to show that queer people can be strong."

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George R.R. Martin Says He Can Finally Finish the Books Now that 'GoT' Is Over

"I don’t think [the TV show] was very good for me."

When the Conflict Zone You're Reporting on Is Home

We spoke to Zahra Hankir—editor of "Our Women on the Ground," a new collection of essays by Arab women reporters—about why no one else can report on the region like Arab women can.

Ten Essential Books That Illustrate Toni Morrison's Literary Legacy

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Nobel laureate died on Monday. Here is a primer of her work that most vividly brought to life the Black experience.

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I’ve Gotten Super into Queer Afterhours Parties in My 50s

In Los Angeles, the afterhours scene is creating some of the most radical queer spaces I’ve ever seen.

Downtown San Antonio in the 1980s Was Heavy Metal's Eden

Metalheads made the bars in Tobin Hill a stomping ground for a burgeoning music scene.

How Atlanta’s Clubs Fueled the City’s Budding Hip-Hop Scene in the ‘90s

Inside the nightlife spots that gave DJs and artists a stage to turn the Southern capital into a musical hub.

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