hong kong protests
Hong Kong: Protesters Demand Justice for Masked Mob Who Attacked Them With Metal Rods and Clubs
Police knew about the suspected gang-affiliated attack in advance, took an hour to arrive on the scene, and didn't charge anyone for weeks.
Duterte wants “lousy” U.S. to help fight drugs in the Philippines
Why My Completely Open, Boundary-Free Relationship Works
While some may think there's a limit to the amount of love one can give, I discovered in London that the more my family expands, the more I feel the opposite is true.
Cat and Mouse
How to Track a Triad
Two retired superintendents from the Hong Kong police force who spent decades hunting criminal groups left the force to set up their own private security company.
VICE vs Video games
I Asked a Real-Life Drug Dealer How Realistic the Drug Dealing in 'Grand Theft Auto' Is
"Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars" has got me moving acid and coke across Liberty City. But how do my exploits measure up to the real thing?
The Challenges and Joys of a Three-Way Relationship
It's not always easy to share a boyfriend with your husband, but we couldn't be happier.
The Future According to VICE
The Future of Drugs According to VICE
Until the planet explodes, melts, or drowns, humans will want to get high.
The Feds Say You Should Use Shitty Hotel Wi-Fi or Risk Being Spied On
The government's legal brief against an alleged Chinese mobster speaks to its unchecked surveillance powers in the Obama era.
asia & pacific
Beijing Supporters Clash with Pro-Democracy Camp in Hong Kong
Demonstrators recently set up a tent city blocking key areas of the city's financial hub, and sparks flew as a large pro-Beijing group responded with a counter-protest.
asia & pacific
Pro-Beijing Supporters and Alleged Gang Members Clash with Pro-Democracy Protesters in Hong Kong
Counter-protesters attacked groups of demonstrators in the Mong Kok shopping district, prompting scuffles and heightening tension with police.
crime & drugs
North Korean Meth, Motorcycle Gangs, Army Snipers, and a Guy Named Rambo
Two DEA busts in 2013 paint a lurid picture of a stranger-than-fiction international underworld that uses North Korea as a haven for meth production.