This story originally appeared in our June 2014 fiction issue. Photos by Levi Mandel Samantha went to YouTube and clicked Make a Video Response.
Comic-Con 2014 Photos by Julia Prescott Since 1970, the San Diego Comic-Con has brought comic book fans and sci-fi/fantasy enthusiasts from all across the world together to share stories, discuss the great mysteries of existence (Kirk vs.
VICE News travels to the Dominican Republic, site of a looming environmental and economic crisis many experts believe is the result of climate change.
In Jamaica, attacks, murder, and rape are common occurrences against LGBTI people, with little to no retribution or justice brought against those responsible.
Photo via Lately, browsing through Romanian magazines and newspapers I keep coming across articles about the awesomeness of beer – articles on how it is food not booze, how it can cure kidney stones and how, during the summer months, it could even replace water.
(Photo via) This week I’ve been at the 20th International Aids Conference in Melbourne and it’s been quite a weird experience.
With unprecedented and exclusive access, VICE News journalist and filmmaker Medyan Dairieh spent three weeks filming alone inside the self-proclaimed caliphate of the Islamic State (formerly ISIS).
In January, European Union restrictions on Romania and Bulgaria were lifted, meaning citizens of those countries were free to travel and work throughout the EU.
Want to Combat AIDS? Decriminalise Sex Work, Researchers Say
The author as a PUA Sometime in 2005, a package plonked onto the pile of unopened bills, flyers and takeaway menus by my front door.
On the first episode of The Jim Norton Show, Jim sits down with boxing legend Mike Tyson and UFC President Dana White for a discussion that could never happen on a traditional talk show.
Oberon "Otter" Zell-Ravenheart, founder of The Grey School of Wizardry. Photo by Nemea Arborvitae, courtesy of Zell-Ravenheart.
It's time, once again, to marvel at some idiots who don't know how to handle the world: Cry-Baby #1: Merv Mitchell and an unnamed imam Images via Google Maps and Philadelphia Police Department The incident: A man allegedly stole some money from a mosque.
All photos by Daniel Arnold unless otherwise noted The word Mormonism typically brings to mind the church’s gothic headquarters in Salt Lake City, the tract housing and Humvees of Big Love or a pair of boys dressed in twin suits seen through the peephole of a front door.
Milking cows is a dirty, monotonous job, and as we found out in our latest episode of Immigrant America, it's not a job many unemployed Americans are willing to do.
A Palestinian family wades through the rubble of a destroyed home in Gaza. Photo via Flickr user Oxfam International Two weeks ago, I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed in the grimy bathroom of an LA bar.
A still from Beyond Clueless. If you were a teenager in the late 90s or early 2000s, I challenge you to convince me that American Pie didn’t teach you at least some of what you know about sex.
The author – left, with beard – enjoying a dinner party inside the walls of La Paz To the disappointment of many of the more adventurous backpackers on South America’s "Gringo trail", the illegal tours of La Paz’s Cocaine Prison were supposedly brought to an abrupt end in 2009.
Workers at the independent Picturehouse Cinemas chain have been in dispute with their head office. Their aim?
Yony Leyser’s new film Desire Will Set You Free is basically a fictional, albeit pretty realistic time capsule of Berlin’s current underground scene.