bribes

college admissions scandal

The College Admissions Scandal Just Produced Its First Criminal Sentence

A Stanford coach who took more than $600K in bribes isn't getting any jail time.
Emma Ockerman
6.12.19
Health

The Corruption I Saw Working for a Greek Public Hospital

Giving money to a doctor before surgery is a no-no, but after the operation, it's a "thank-you present."
Anna Nini
1.12.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Former NYPD Cops Allegedly Traded Gun Licenses for Prostitutes

According to Tuesday's charges, officers accepted cash, prostitutes, and vacations in a massive corruption scandal.
Drew Schwartz
4.25.17
ten questions you've always wanted to ask

Ten Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask a Bouncer

"Men sometimes stick stuff down their underpants, but I can't really go round grabbing every other dude by the nuts."
Christine Kewitz
4.6.17
Corruption

It’s allegedly dirt-cheap to bribe Philadelphia’s district attorney

Gabrielle Bluestone
3.22.17
Opioid Crisis

Ex-pharma executives arrested for allegedly bribing doctors to prescribe fentanyl

Keegan Hamilton
12.8.16
NORTH KOREA

Photos show the privileged lives of North Korea's new elite

Keegan Hamilton
11.16.16
concacaf

El Salvador Team Make Match-Fixing Allegations Ahead of World Cup Qualifier

The El Salvador national team have alleged that they were offered financial incentives to achieve a favourable result in their World Cup qualifying match against Canada.
Jim Weeks
9.6.16
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Obama cancels meeting with Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte after Duterte called him a "son of a bitch," Clinton turns down Mexico trip invite, Freddie Mercury gets his own comet, and more.
VICE Staff
9.6.16
americas

New Charges: Guatemala's Imprisoned Ex-President Allegedly Received Millions in Bribes

Otto Perez Molina resigned from the presidency in September because of a massive customs scam. He is now back in court accused of dirty deals behind a major construction project involving a Spanish firm.
Jack Guy
5.6.16
americas

Brazil’s House Speaker Faces Charges Within the Massive Petrobras Kickback Probe

The upcoming trial of Eduardo Cunha for allegedly accepting bribes could weaken moves to impeach Dilma Rousseff, though the beleaguered president is by no means out of the woods.
Donna Bowater
3.3.16
Sports

​We Asked an Expert Why It's So Easy to Fix Tennis

Well, Obviously You Only Need to Bribe One Person
Maddison Connaughton
1.19.16
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