Zephyr Teachout wants to get the money out of politics, but first she has to overcome the money being spent to keep her out of Congress.
"Being able to vote—that's rare for people like me."
Trump is bringing Obama's half-brother Malik to tonight's debate, a fight broke out in New York over a nude Hillary Clinton statue, Michael Moore unveiled his new Trump documentary, and more.
Venida Browder died of complications from a heart attack Friday, just 16 months after her son hanged himself in the wake of three horrific years on Rikers Island.
I asked strangers where the worst bar in the city was, went there, and repeated the process until I ended up at Applebee's.
Punitive segregation—a.k.a. solitary confinement—is history for all inmates 21 or younger in America's largest city.
When Donald Trump says that he thinks the Central Park Five, wrongfully convicted of rape as teenagers, are guilty despite the evidence, he reveals himself as someone with no respect for the system he wants to run.
Legendary Hoop Dreams documentarian Steve James's newest film, Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, tells the story of the only US bank prosecuted after the 2008 financial crisis.
He filled her room with air fresheners to cover the smell of rotting flesh.
On this episode of VICE's Autobiographies series, we sit down with the rider from Jamaica, Queens, who captured Dave Mirra's attention and took the BMX world by storm.
On this episode of Daily VICE, Simone Sullivan takes a staycation in the back of a yellow cab in Long Island City.
Eight out of ten Trump supporters think paying taxes is a civic duty, a judge dismisses a lawsuit over police tactics in Ferguson, the NRA responds to the Kardashian robbery with sarcastic tweets, and more.
NYPD detectives called a child found in a cooler in 1991 "Baby Hope." And to convict her cousin for the murder, they want a New York Times reporter to testify about their jailhouse interview.
Under New York City's opaque and arbitrary civil forfeiture system, seizing money from a woman not accused of a crime is a perfectly legal thing to do.
The people who were the most passionate about the debate didn't even watch it.
A veteran city cop was charged by the state attorney general after shooting and killing a Brooklyn father in July.
A parade of minor celebrities, an actual media circus, $200 WiFi, and more things you missed if you just watched the debate on TV.
To photographer Chris Maggio, "Midtown Manhattan is fuckin' New York™, yaknowwhatImean®? It's one heck of a concrete hell when the weather reaches the tippy-top of the thermometer." RIP summer 2016.
Protests erupt in North Carolina after a fatal police shooting, Ahmad Rahami is charged with using weapons of mass destruction, Chinese hackers remotely attack the Tesla Model S, and more.
Trump calls medical treatment for bomb suspect a "sad situation," George H. W. Bush reportedly plans to vote for Clinton in November, North Korea says it's preparing to launch a satellite, and more.
In the wake of terrorist attacks, Donald Trump's instinct is to come out swinging with a barrage of bluster and misinformation.
The 28-year-old suspected of planting a series of bombs in New York and Jersey over the weekend was arrested after a shootout with police.
Police are searching for a suspect they believe is responsible for bombs found in New Jersey and New York, the FBI probes Minnesota stabbings as a potential terrorist attack, Clinton loses support among millennials, and more.
Though no one was killed, 29 were injured in an explosion that put the nation's largest city on edge.