Google executives paid below market rates for fuel purchased from the Defense Department for their nine private aircraft, a report from NASA's inspector general says.
Prostitution by Any Other Name Is Still Exploitation
Terri Bedford, the sex worker-turned-dominatrix who has taken on the Canadian government. via Wikipedia.
Last week, the lower house of French parliament passed a bill that, if made into law, would decriminalize the selling of sex. The idea behind the bill is to crack down on human trafficking
For the eighth feature in our screening series with Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation at Nitehawk Cinema, we present The Night of the Hunter, actor Charles Laughton's sole directorial effort. Considered a commercial and critical flop upon initial release, it has since ri
Some red wine on some red satin sheets via.
Welcome to our brand new food column, Hot Links, where VICE employee Dan Meyer explores the neglected culinary stars of YouTube. Each week, Dan will present a selection of videos highlighting specific food themes, from amateur cooking to local
"I SUPPORT TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE" Stocking ($16.50) available from CafePress
It's Christmas time. And just because you're a piece of shit with repellant views doesn't mean you shouldn't get to enjoy the season too. Below are our pick of gifts available from organizations designated as "hate gr
Apple brings games to Costa Rican and Qatari App Stores
Apple on Thursday sent an email to developers announcing availability of games on the Costa Rican and Qatari app stores, bringing the category to the region for the first time ever.
Web page saving, syncing and reading app Instapaper is free for limited time after being named "App of the Week," while popular note creation and syncing app Evernote gets updated with business card scanning, presentation mode and UI tweaks.
According to SMB email management company Intermedia, some 190,000 iPhones and iPads were activated on its network in the first ten months of 2013, grossly outpacing No. 2 Samsung's 29,000 activations.
Apple's initial public offering on December 12, 1980 sold 4.6 million shares at $22 each, generating more capital than any other iPO since Ford Motor Company in 1956 and instantly creating 300 millionaires.
Christmas songs: Lily Allen vs The Retrobot for number one
The race for Christmas number one is heating up as Lily Allen takes on the might of the X Factor, Robbie Williams, Susan Boyle and ... the Retrobot