Sixty Years Later, Russia Is Still Trying to Figure Out What Killed These Hikers

Google the “Dyatlov Pass incident” and you are going find some incredible theories into the mysterious deaths of nine hikers.
Mack Lamoureux
true crime

The Quest to Pin the 90s Murder of a CIA Agent on the KGB

Twenty-five years ago, an American spy in Georgia was killed, supposedly by a drunken villager. Michael Pullara didn't buy that.
Alex Norcia
urban exploration

Photographing These Abandoned Space Shuttles Made Me a Russian Target

How one man broke into a secret facility housing the last of the Soviet Union's experimental space ships.
Julian Morgans

What It Was Like to Work at a Russian Gulag

Ivan Chistyakov was living a modern life in the city, working as an engineer and checking out plays and movies. Then he got shipped off to Siberia.
Seth Ferranti

'Vania Versus Radioactive Hellrats,' Today's Comic by Pedro d'Apremont and Gabriel Góes

Vania and friends head to the countryside to hunt radioactive hellrats in exchange for discount coupons in this epic seven-page comic. They also dance in a circle around a boombox together, as is their fashion.
Pedro d'Apremont and Gabriel Góes

WWII Sim ‘Hearts of Iron IV’ Makes the Modern World Look Like It’s On the Brink

Where the world stands in 2016 is much like where it was in 1936, which is where Paradox's strategy game begins.
Oliver Lee Bateman
vice meets

Talking Art, Acid, and Architecture with Filmmaker Jonathan Meades

The British cultural icon talks about his new documentary 'Ben Building,' which looks at the architecture of fascist Italy.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

How Is the Tetris Movie Going to Work, Exactly?

Like... why?
Carlton Férment

The Bizarre Story of the Time a Canadian Province Tried to Nuke Itself

Many years ago, there was a theory that a nuclear explosion would be a good way to extract oil from the earth. Turns out it was not.
Mack Lamoureux

See the Avant-Garde Photos that Helped Spread Soviet Communism

'The Power of Pictures: Early Soviet Photography, Early Soviet Film' is now on display at the Jewish Museum in New York.
Anya Tchoupakov
The Road to Nowhere Issue

The Eastern European Gay Rights Movement Is Struggling to Be More Than a Western Cause

The region has lagged behind Western Europe when it comes to gay rights thanks to its reactionary nationalist movements and Russia's outwardly homophobic regime.
Svetlana Kitto

This Journalist Spoke to Chechens Living in the Shadow of War

We spoke to French-English journalist Manon Loizeau, who recently went back to Chechnya years after the end of its devastating war to make a new documentary.
Alice Tchernookova