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Meet the people who think the earth is flat
VICE News attended the first ever International Flat Earth Conference, where attendees who previously only interacted online got to swap conspiracy theories in person.
The Weird, Wild World of Skunk Owners
VICE travels to Ohio where people from all over the country gather to celebrate the descented animals they keep as pets.
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.
Acid Attack Survivors Fashion Show
VICE’s Zing Tsjeng meets acid attack survivors from Bangladesh who have travelled to London to hold a fashion show to raise awareness about violence against women.
The Black Bloc: Inside America’s Hard Left
VICE met up with a few Antifa activists in Philadelphia who engage in "Black Bloc" actions to find out more about their ideology, tactics, and individual reasons for participating in a high-risk form of activism.
Out Of This World
mykki blanco - out of this world: johannesburg's born free queer creatives
Out of This World follows Mykki Blanco as he explores queer culture in Johannesburg. Mykki meets artists, designers, models and dancers of the 'Born Free' generation, voicing issues of their sexuality, gender, identity and humanity.
The Alien Worshippers
VICE's Amelia Dimoldenberg is invited to The Aetherius Society's annual pilgrimage to Holdstone Down in Devon, the place where they believe Jesus first came down in a spaceship from Venus.
Luo Jian Shen Is a Small Skater Known for Big Tricks
Since he first started skating, Luo Jian Shen has always tried to punch above his weight—a commitment that's helped make him one of the only pros in Guangzhou, China.
The Reich Reenactors
Up and down the UK self-proclaimed history buffs head to the woods, and pretend to be soldiers in Hitler's Third Reich. Is this a sinister pastime? Or is it just cosplay with a few more swastikas?
Inside China's Bug-Eating Industry (Part 1/2)
We visit the capital of China's edible insect industry to check out a bug market, visit a wasp farm, and dine with a local chef who specializes in cuisine that places insects at the center of every dish.
Raised Without Gender
We go to Sweden, home to gender neutral kindergartens and gender non-conforming families, to find out what it’s like to grow up beyond the binary.
Children for Sale: The Trafficking Ring Selling Babies from the Slums to Rich Couples
In Greece, where adoption is a long and difficult process, some couples result to working with traffickers to take infants from Bulgaria and smuggle them across the border.
Juiced Up: Swole Ep. 3
In episode 3 of Swole, we examine the steroids use of Mike Bolkovic, a bodybuilder who’s injected testosterone for the past eight years. Mike brings us through his daily routine and shows us how the drug impacted his lifestyle and relationships.
Under The Influence
90s R&B Still Reigns Supreme in 2017
New Jack Swing married Hip Hop and classic R&B to give birth to something entirely new for the 90s, paving the way for today's artists like Kehlani, Ty Dolla $ign, Dreezy, and Phantogram, while helping make millions of babies.
In the Wake of Ghost Ship (Documentary)
In the wake of Oakland’s deadly Ghost Ship fire, residents at another Bay Area DIY space face an inspection.
The Illegal Big Cats of Instagram
VICE investigates the flourishing trade in animal trafficking and how it impacts the depleting wildcat populations of Central and East Africa.
The Great Council House Scam
Drugs, Prostitution, & Diesel Conversion: Criminal Opportunists Thrive Amidst UK Housing Crisis
In the midst of the UK's biggest ever housing crisis, criminal opportunists have taken advantage of social housing by appropriating council houses for a wide variety of criminal enterprise.
Meet the Chinese Expat Running an Underground Gun School
Lao Zheng is a firearms fanatic—but since guns are outlawed in China, he set up a "shooting camp" in the Philippines to train Chinese tourists to handle a weapon in any situation.
DJ JAZ and the Church of Episco-Disco
In the first episode of THUMP Profiles, THUMP travels to JAZ's home in Charleston, South Carolina to catch a sermon behind the altar (and the decks), firsthand.
The Riding Club Helping Disadvantaged Teens Aim Higher
Growing up is never easy, but the teenage girls who join Ebony Horse Club have one advantage over their peers: They get to ride horses.
Dan Leung on Falling In and Out of Love with Skating
VICE went to Shanghai to meet the Chinese pro skater who tore it up for more than a decade before taking a three-year hiatus.
Redefining Fashion & Architecture in Bolivia: Cholitas y Cholets
On this episode of 'Miscelánea', we head to Bolivia to meet the man who revolutionized architecture in La Paz, and the women donning, traditional vibrant costumes in an effort to preserve their cultural identity.
Exploring China's Skate Scene with Wang Huifeng
The strictly-street skater takes us to his favorite spots in Shenzhen, and tells us what's keeping China's skate scene from taking off—along with what he's doing to help it flourish.
Mormon War on Porn
Utah has started a war against pornography. In this episode of Slutever, Karley travels to Utah to investigate the complicated, illicit and shamefully sexy world of porn in Utah.
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