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The Lady Bushranger: Remembering Australia's Forgotten Female Outlaw

They've claimed their place in history as the Robin Hoods of Australia's colonial past. Unless they were women, then they have no place in history at all. Meet Jessie Hickman, the country's most formidable—and forgotten—female outlaw.
Emma Nobel
1.5.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Feds Just Raided Another Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Clubhouse in Indiana

A neighbor claimed around 30 agents "tore [the house] up."
Scott Masters Pierce
9.16.15
Photo

These Stunning Photos of New Zealand's Largest Gang Will Give You Sleepless Nights

New Zealand photographer Jono Rotman got unprecedented access to around 200 members of the Mongrel Mob. We asked how he did it.
Jono Rotman
5.29.15
Crime & Drugs

Arrest of Fugitive Biker Gang Leader Shakes Baja Expat Community

Randy Mark Yager, the former head of the fearsome Outlaws biker gang, was captured in Mexico after 17 years on the run in an incident that ended with his longtime companion's alleged suicide.
Lawrence Trimble
10.25.14
Film

John Waters's Cavalcade of Perversions

In recognition of how thoroughly Waters has gotten under the world’s skin, Lincoln Center hosted Fifty Years Of John Waters: How Much Can You Take?, a 12-film retrospective of his life’s work. We managed to speak to him while we were there.
Matthew Caron
9.15.14
The Crime Issue

The VICE Guide to Outlaws & Food

Outlaws can be a picky lot. Jesse James, a chili head, refused to rob the Lone Star Bank in McKinney, Texas because his favorite chili parlor was there. Billy the Kid was allergic to dairy products and the Sundance Kid wouldn't eat an egg unless it was...
Susan Musgrave
12.1.01