How to Make Pills Out of a Placenta
Hoping to understand what goes into placenta consumption, Broadly’s Simone Sullivan meets up with doula Yehudit “Yomi” Chernovy to see how she prepares one woman’s placenta in pill form.
Faking Volkswagen's Dieselgate Apology with the Yes Men
After over 20 years in prankster activism, The Yes Men turn their sights on Volkswagen- making the public "apology" from the company that they say should have happened years ago.
The Hardcore World of Deathmatch Wrestling
To New York wrestler Casanova Valentine, slamming his opponents onto tables lined with barbed wire and tackling them to the ground isn’t just fun—it’s performance art.
You Aren't Listening to Malcolm Jenkins
Most NFL players would take time off after winning a Super Bowl, but not Malcolm Jenkins. As co-founder of the Players Coalition, athletes who work against social injustices in our communities, Malcolm wants us all to stay on-topic this season.
How a Father Deals with Loss After Parkland Shooting
VICE met up with Manuel Oliver, whose son was killed in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, to hear how he’s rededicated his life to empowering young activists to campaign against gun violence.
How a Six-Year-Old Became One of Japan's Instagram Icons
Coco fell in love with fashion when she was three. Now, at six she's racked up roughly 58,000 Instagram followers by modeling innovative, street-style outfits with confidence well beyond her years.
Meet the Founder of an App Made by Potheads for Potheads
We visit Colorado start up MassRoots to talk about what it's like starting a business in the weed industry in 2016.
The Books That Can Tell Us About Trump and His Supporters
'Balls Deep' host Thomas Morton explains how 'All the King's Men' and 'The True Believer' prepared him to meet Ralph Case, one of the Republican nominee's biggest supporters.
We Went to a Festival Honoring Those Who've Had a Glimpse of the Afterlife
On this episode of Daily VICE, we talk to community members in a small town in northwest Spain about why they spend one day a year lying in coffins and parading through the streets.
How a Former Feral Child Inspired a Massive Photo Project
We meet Marina Chapman, whose story of living in the jungle as a child served as inspiration for Julia Fullerton-Batten's photo series.
How Tattoo Removal Can Help Sex Trafficking Survivors Erase the Scars of Their Past
We accompany a sex trafficking survivor to get a tattoo removed. A pimp had given her the tattoo as a mark of ownership.
We Talk to BMX Olympian Connor Fields About Racing in Rio
We meet up with the two-time Olympian to talk about why it's important to have motocross included in the Olympics.