What It's Like Inside an 'Open' Prison

"Being in prison causes a lot of anguish. There’s nothing more than that, so we have to find a way to make confinement beneficial and not just a punishment."
Rodrigo Márquez Tizano

Uruguay Has Massively Expanded Trans Rights

The new package of reforms, which includes gender confirmation surgery to be provided by the Uruguayan health care system, cements the nation's reputation as the most progressive country in Latin America.
Sirin Kale

Weed is now legal in an entire country for the first time

Gabriel Connelly

What I Learned About Hookup Cultures from Traveling Abroad

"The men in France had an unusual fluency with the terminology for dick-sucking, but they couldn't really communicate much else."
Maria Yagoda
Copa Sudamericana

Brazilian Team Executes the Ultra-Rare Triple Bicycle Kick Golazo

This is the new standard, and we won't accept your chump single-bicycle kick goals from here on out.
Liam Daniel Pierce

Uruguay Now Has a Drive-Thru for Meat

Las Nenas Steakhouse allows carnivores to get their piece of chorizo or bife ancho without ever stepping out of their cars
Rafael Tonon
premier league

Cristhian Stuani Scores An Absolute Screamer for Middlesbrough

Recently promoted Boro has opened up their account in the Premier League with an absolute stunner against Sunderland.
Liam Daniel Pierce
dogs named pickles

​Nazis, Thieves, and a Dog Named Pickles: The Unsolved Mystery of the First World Cup Trophy

In 1930, FIFA President Jules Rimet commissioned a trophy for the first World Cup. Since then it has been stolen, hidden, hunted, and lost. If it even still exists.
Keph Senett

VICE Sports World News Roundup: June 10, 2016

Start your day with VICE Sports. Here's our morning roundup of the sports news from around the world.
Brian Blickenstaff

Meet the Colombian Lawyer Who Became the Face of Colorado’s Weed Industry

Norton Arbeláez turned $800 into one of the state's largest medical marijuana companies.
Juan Camilo Maldonado Tovar
Crime & Drugs

Jamaica Dropped the Mic on 4/20 and Told the UN to Get Its Act Together On Weed

Jamaica called for the UN to review the status of cannabis, questioning why the drug is still legally considered as dangerous as heroin under international law.
Samuel Oakford
Crime & Drugs

'It Is Impossible to Arrest Our Way Out of This Problem,' Canada Tells UN Drug Conference

Jane Philpott is in New York for the UN General Assembly Special Session on drugs. There, is she still wants to legalize marijuana at home, she has to convince the rest of the world that pot isn't so bad.
Justin Ling