The VICE Guide to Right Now
Questions for the Science Teacher Who Allegedly Fed a Live Puppy to a Turtle
We've got a few.
Inside a Hospital For Turtles
Please respect turtles.
Desus & Mero
Desus and Mero Talk About Mitch McConnell's Political Views and Turtle Face
The VICELAND hosts dissected the senator's latest CNN appearance.
Cocaine Pumpkins and Cobra Wine Are Just a Few of the Things Found by Canadian Border Guards
We spoke to Canada's Border Security Agency about some of the weirdest foods they've found, seized, and destroyed.
You Don't Need Any Turtles to Make This Turtle Soup
Plenty of vegetables, veal stock, and sherry make for a delicious soup no matter what protein you use—turtle works, of course, but so does veal.
Here It Is, a Sea Turtle Made of Cigarette Butts
A rotting pile of garbage gets a face and adorable turtle-y appendages, thanks to Florida artist Shelly Marshall.
Turtle Soup Recipe
Once considered a delicacy, turtle soup is still a classic. Use veal if you can't find turtle.
The Way of the Tortoise: The Role of Turning Fetal in a Fight
The human instinct to turn away from attack is one of the most basic habits a fighter must overcome, but fighting is full of exceptions to the rule of thumb. We examine turning the back as a defense, a bait, and a means of generating power.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, Rubio lays into Trump at the latest Republican debate, polls open today in Iran, Facebook employees have defaced a Black Lives Matter slogan, and more.
A Turtle Tries to Remove His Lame Tattoo in This Week's Installment of 'Pachecomics'
In the latest from Ines Estrada's 'Pachecomics' series, Moco the Turtle hates his bad tattoo and decides to remove it with sandpaper.
crime & drugs
Patrolling for Poachers in Costa Rica (Excerpt from 'Shell Game')
In this excerpt, VICE News visits Costa Rica's Moín beach with local police to see if tensions remain between poachers and conservationists on the isolated coastline.
Eco-Tourism in Costa Rica (Extra Scene from ‘Shell Game’)
The Latin American Sea Turtles conservation camp in Pacuare is one of the few remaining beaches in Costa Rica where both conservationists and sea turtles can safely use the beach.