Demagogues are only a joke until they win.
From a sit-down with Colbert to being satirized by South Park, Donald Trump has turned his ability to be a story into a genuine political asset.
If CNN was trying to kill off Republican candidates, they nearly succeeded.
A lot has happened to Donald Trump since the first Republican debate in early August, but he's still the same guy.
The former governor of California takes over from the presidential candidate as the host of a show about people yelling.
That's better, right?
Speakers like Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, and Glenn Beck denounced the deal as the potential bringer of a literal apocalypse.
Brady went on the radio Tuesday to address his friendship with Trump, which apparently involves motivational speeches, rounds of golf, and tacky hats.
The developer wants to make games that "transcend the creation of art"—like throwing shoes and a bowling ball at Donald Trump wearing a chicken suit.
The Republican presidential candidate argued that mental institutions, like the ones from "the old days," might have helped prevent Wednesday's shooting in Virginia.
Along with a broad swath of Republican voters—plus Dennis Rodman—America's racists are getting on board the Trump bandwagon.
What if the next president could just swish his star-spangled magic wand and end birthright citizenship once and for all?
If anyone knows whether The Donald's border plans are crazy enough to work, it's Australia.
Donald Trump hasn't been the only one shooting his mouth off.
According to Public Policy polling, 9 percent of North Carolina voters would literally rather take Deez Nuts over Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
A night with the voters who want the orange-hued billionaire as their president.
We asked an expert whether the Republican frontrunner's new immigration policy would make America great again.
Several lawbreaking immigrants told VICE that no one takes the GOP candidate's aggressive rhetoric all that seriously.
We asked VICE's global editors for their most pressing questions about the reality TV real-estate mogul and current Republican presidential frontrunner.
Basically, the rest of the world sees the GOP as that drunk, bigoted uncle you don't hate as much as you should.
National politics is a game—and Trump wasn't meant to be on the field. He's supposed to be in the owners' box, deciding who gets to play.
Used to being political outliers in their deep-blue city, Manhattan's young conservatives are reveling in their home-state candidate's moment.
It was a three-ring circus and Donald Trump was the main attraction—just not in the way everyone thought he'd be.
At this point, it seems like Donald Trump is the only guy running for president this year. But nine other candidates will be on stage tonight, and they've been dying to get your attention.