The latest chapter in the ongoing Trump-pope beef is all about climate change, which the new president-elect once tweeted is a Chinese hoax.
In key swing states, Donald Trump appealed to some of the same voters who backed Barack Obama—and those voters said the most important thing was fighting against the way things were.
You can watch the whole awkward affair live and imagine what the future will be like when Trump gets ahold of the POTUS Twitter account, along with the nuclear codes.
A President Trump will be able to overturn plenty of Obama executive orders pretty much immediately after taking office, but there are some sneaky ways the outgoing president can leave his mark.
Behind every famous politician is a comedy writer or two in charge of making sure that he or she has a sense of humor.
Almost one in five young black men voted for Mitt Romney in 2012, even though many supported Barack Obama four years earlier—but few of those voters are coming back to the GOP in the age of Trump.
"Hey, @realDonaldTrump, at least I will go down as a president."
What seemed inevitable when President Obama visited a federal prison and everyone from Charles Koch to Newt Gingrich was onboard is now a pipe dream. But could that be a good thing?
On this episode of Daily VICE, we sit down with the musician to talk about how he aims to create social change through his music.
He also managed to throw in a few indirect jabs at Donald Trump.
But Pence doesn't think Trump needs to apologize for it.
Was Barack Obama the coolest president? Is anyone less cool than Rutherford B Hayes?
After seeing how much fun Malia had at Lollapalooza, how could Barry resist?
The president loves all kinds of music, but never includes anything close to punk on his playlists. What gives, Barack?
Donald Trump repeatedly told a crowd of supporters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, that Obama is the "founder of ISIS" and Hillary is a "co-founder."
On an all new episode of VICE Does America, we travel to Longview, Texas, to meet a guy with one of the largest collections of presidential memorabilia.
Barack Obama says Donald Trump "keeps on proving" he has no business taking over his job and thinks Republicans need to drop him already.
While Bernie Sanders diehards roasted in the heat at the DNC, politicians, lobbyists and industry players got down to business.
Apparently Pence doesn't follow his running mate on Twitter.
Wednesday night was Barack Obama's shining moment—and his party was soaking it up.
Tim Kaine made his national debut at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday, but found himself upstaged by the man he's trying to replace.
Dad jokes may have been all the rage, but there was nothing funny about the policy issues raised.
Obama urged voters at the Democratic National Convention to carry Hillary Clinton to victory, the second French priest attacker has been identified, and more.
The president gave the party's most effective rebuttal yet to the apocalyptic vision of America laid out by Donald Trump.