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A Former MEK Member Talks About the Extremist Iranian 'Cult'


An MEK oath ceremony at Camp Ashraf in Iraq, taken around 2002 by a member who has since left and does not wish to be named.

VICE Reports: Season Two - Trailer

VICE Reports brings you an in-depth look at the stories shaping the social fabric of our world. From jewel thieves to the Black Plague to a town where slavery and Confederates still exist, these long-format documentaries explore news, culture, and current events from the front lines.

The Pro Wrestling Company That Closed Itself Down as a Stunt

The Pro Wrestling Company That Closed Itself Down as a Stunt

Anonymous and Its Allies Are Attacking Government Websites in Pakistan

Anonymous and Its Allies Are Attacking Government Websites in Pakistan

A Ukranian Border Gateway Was Just Seized, with Little Resistance from Exhausted Locals

A Ukranian Border Gateway Was Just Seized, with Little Resistance from Exhausted Locals

This Porn Site Operator Issued a Bounty for Helping Catch the 'Fappening' Leaker


Photo courtesy of Mike Kulich Mike Kulich would like to be known as one of the good pornographers. When "The Fappening" occured on Saturday, it was still being called "Celebgate," and the nude photos of such celebrities as Jennifer Lawrence, McKayla Maroney, and Krysten Ritter were still being called "alleged nude photos." Before they could be authenticated, much of the internet rushed to masturbate rapturously, tweet dumb shit, and then make jokes.

Voyeurs in China Are Getting off to Girls Doing Meth on Camera


Screencap via the Chinese web forum nx123* The Chinese Northeast is flooded with meth from North Korea. But with crackdowns from the authorities, Chinese chemists are now cooking up their own batches.

I Almost Got My Head Chopped Off By Illegal Lumberjacks


Illustration: Cătălin Banu My name is Alex Nedea. I'm a journalist and I narrowly escaped death by getting “hit with the pointy part between my antlers”.

Question of the Day: We Asked the Men of London How Often They Fake an Orgasm


(Photo by Stuart Sandford) According to a survey last month, more than 30 percent of men in New York have faked an orgasm.

VICE Vs Video Games: The Worst Fighters in Video Game History


Competitors at the 2014 Evo Champion Series Playing video games competitively can make you a millionaire.

The March on Islamabad (Dispatch 1)

The March on Islamabad (Dispatch 1)

The Disgusting Yet Soothing World of ASMR Eating Videos

The Disgusting Yet Soothing World of ASMR Eating Videos

Here’s What the British Government Has Been Hiding


Files at the FCO archives in Hanslope Park (All images courtesy of the author) In 2013, The Guardian revealed that Britain’s Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) had illegally withheld 1.2 million (later revised to 600,000) historic documents from the public, in flagrant breach of the UK Public Records Act.

Rudolph Herzog Is the Master of Nuclear Trivia


The "Baker" explosion, part of Operation Crossroads, a nuclear weapon test by the US military at Bikini Atoll, Micronesia, 1946 (Photo via) The history of nuclear technology isn’t all drawn-out military stand-offs and catastrophic power plant disasters – there’s also a load more depressing stuff you’ve probably never heard about.

This Chemical Critic Was Given Thousands of Pounds Worth of Drugs for Free


(Images via / via / via / via) It makes sense to read a review of something before you put it inside your body.

A Seized Laptop Reveals ISIS Researched Weaponizing the Bubonic Plague

A Seized Laptop Reveals ISIS Researched Weaponizing the Bubonic Plague

Comics: Riottk


The Time a Woman Struck Out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig

The Time a Woman Struck Out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig

Allowing Transgender People to Serve in the US Military Is 'Inevitable'

Allowing Transgender People to Serve in the US Military Is 'Inevitable'

Can a Smartphone App Fix America’s Gun-Control Problem?


Photo courtesy of Mark Barron Unlike most entrepreneurs who make millions of dollars inventing pointless apps like Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur named Mark Barron wants to use smartphones to solve one of America's biggest problems: gun violence.  The 58-year-old inventor has created a new app called Lockdown, which he believes could decrease the country's number of gun-related crimes.


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