How I Managed to Shoot the Yakuza | Bad Blood
Seung-Woo Yang entered the universe of the Korean Yakuza in his teens. A personal tragedy made him start photographing the world, to cement his memories with his friends.
Dogs of War
The Rise of Brazil’s Biggest Prison Gang | Dogs of War
Brazil's largest prison gang, the PCC, has massacred police, shut down cities and controls 60% of Brazil’s cocaine market. VICE meets the organisation's leader, Marcola.
Wanted for Drug Trafficking: Life on the Run
VICE goes behind the scenes of the life of Quintin “QNHannaz” Walters, a man on the run from the law who has decided to turn himself in.
क se Crime
The Hired Guns of the Indian Heartland: Sh for Shooter | Created with Prime Original Mirzapur
Crime reporters, police officers, and former criminals give us an expert breakdown of what it takes to be a shooter in eastern UP. Everything from recruitment to murder for hire, in this episode of 'क se Crime' - 'Sh se Shooter'. #कseCrime
The Artist Pushing Sadomasochism To The Bleeding Edge
Consensual pain can be both psychologically – and physically – transformative. Melbourne sadomasochist and artist Jilf and her partner take us through their intense SM process; from set up, to the act, and then the aftercare.
Meet Australia's Deadliest Soldier
In 2013 Paul Cale became known as Australia’s Toughest Soldier and Killer Commando after he stormed an enemy compound and strangled a Taliban leader to death.
Sydney's Underworld Enforcer
For almost 30 years notorious gangster Graham 'Abo' Henry ruled the mean streets of Sydney with iron fists. With violence, bloodshed and fear as his tools of trade, he carved a swathe through the criminal underworld.
Credit Card Scammers: Street Gangs on the Dark Web
VICE met up with a full-time scammer for a look inside the shady, lucrative world of stealing credit card info on the dark web.
Lost Boys of Taranaki
In this episode of Zealandia, VICE embeds with a group of youth offenders growing up among poverty, gangs and boredom and goes deep into the New Zealand bush on an early intervention programme.
Red Right Hand
A Wrongful Murder Conviction and 18-Year Fight for Justice: The Fairbanks Four
VICE trekked to Alaska to tell the story of the Fairbanks Four, a group of native teens who were wrongfully convicted of murder in 1997.
VICE News Shorts
Thousands are protesting a girl's murder in Pakistan
Protests are in their second day following the death of two civilians Wednesday.
Rites of Passage
Inside a Gang Initiation with the Silent Murder Crips
VICE followed a young prospect in Brooklyn looking to join the Crips to see what it takes to get initiated, from finding a way to meet gang members to getting "squared in"—a vicious beating at the hands of the members.