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Inside the Life-or-Death World of Competitive Bull Riding
VICE follows 16-year-old Bo Tyler Vocu, a third-generation Native American bull rider, before he faces some of the strongest competitors in the touring rodeo circuit.
The Two-Legged Robots Walking Into the Future
Motherboard met with Agility Robotics, a small startup in Oregon that is one of many trying to crack the code of creating the perfect bipedal robot.
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Murder at America's Border: The Story of an Anti-Immigration Vigilante
VICE explores the demented rise and fall of Shawna Forde in a story about astonishing distortions of the American Dream and the unintended consequences of false narratives.
The Nightmare World of Gang Stalking
VICE met up with a few Americans who claim they're victims of "gang stalking"—an organized surveillance plot at the hands of the government, a secret society, or some other vague group.
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.
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The Brutal Tattoo Ritual Built on Pain
VICE follows the orchestrators behind the Brutal Black Project, the tattoo collective where mandalas go to die and pain is prioritized over aesthetics.
Meet the People Building Their Own Internet in Detroit
When it comes to the internet, our connections are generally controlled by telecom companies. But a small group of people in Detroit is trying to change that.
Sinking Rich: Speedboat Racing Through a Failed State
As Venezuela's economic and humanitarian crisis spirals out of control, members of the elite spent a week competing in the world's longest speedboat race on the Orinoco River—but on whose dime?
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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.
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The true story behind the secret 9-month Paradise Papers investigation
Inside the secret nine-month Paradise Papers investigation that exposed an unseen world of hidden money
Inside Danica Roem's Historic Victory
Danica Roem made history on November 7, becoming the first openly transgender person to be elected and seated to a state legislature. VICE had exclusive access to Roem in the final hours of her campaign.
Smuggling Weed in the Florida Everglades
In the 1980s, Everglades City, Florida, was raided three times by federal law enforcement searching for a complex, highly organized drug smuggling network hiding in the small city.