Desus & Mero
This Woman Decided to Cover a Local Fire and Basically Solved an Arson
Desus and Mero unpack the expletive-packed footage from citizen reporter Rhoda Young.
R. Kelly Has Faced Sexual Assault Accusations for Years. Why Did No One Care?
We talked to the journalist who has been covering R. Kelly's alleged abusive behavior since 2000.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
PBS Journalist Gwen Ifill Has Died
Ifill was the first African American woman to host a major political talk show, breaking race and gender barriers in newscasting.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, Michael Bloomberg says he won't run for president, a US air strike in Somali has killed 150 al Shabab fighters, Nike has withdrawn its sponsorship of Maria Sharapova after she failed a drug test, and more.
Personal Data Is Beautiful in this Graphic Designer’s Year-End Reports
One man's year in review in stunning charts and graphs.
A Photojournalist Fled Veracruz Under Threat, But Murder Found Him in Mexico City
Ruben Espinosa was found on Friday night bound, beaten, and shot, along with four women in a Mexico City apartment. "There is no justice for a single murdered colleague," he said weeks ago of 13 others killed since Javier Duarte became governor.
Strange Border Kidnappings in Kosovo: Correspondent Confidential
Journalist Michael Montgomery's investigation of a war that everyone else has forgotten.
Nightbeat NYC: News Hunter
VICE News prowls the streets of NYC with an overnight breaking news reporter.
The Syria Issue
I Went to Syria to Learn How to Be a Journalist
Sunil Patel had never been published before he decided to go to Syria in August 2012 to become a war correspondent. It was a foolish idea for sure, and he almost died several times during his trip, but we still think his story was worth the risk.
The Stories Issue
Lifetime Acheivement Award
Ben Anderson is a guy who the BBC pays to go to the most dangerous places in the world with a video camera.