A parade of minor celebrities, an actual media circus, $200 WiFi, and more things you missed if you just watched the debate on TV.
Legendary journalist Bob Schieffer shares some of his experiences moderating debates in 2004, 2008, and 2012.
Sep 20, 2016
They knew there'd be an audience, but didn't expect the one they got.
The Republican candidate said he should be a "newscaster" for calling the Chelsea explosion a bomb before the news did.
"I think her lifestyle and her underlying indicators—blood pressure, the amount of exercise, the everything else—means it's almost certain she's in better health than her opponent."
Hopefully the Libertarian candidate will remember his geography better if he winds up on the presidential debate stage later this month.
Starting Thursday, publications previously on Trump's blacklist will be granted press credentials to the candidate's campaign events.
It's the first time the newspaper has supported a Democratic candidate since before World War II.
Free speech advocates got upset that the University of Massachusetts Amherst planned to punish students for using Harambe memes, but the school isn't doing anything of the sort.
In Cambodia and across the remote forests of the world, a rising boom in the illegal sale of wood, land, and minerals has turned the environmental beat into a new kind of conflict journalism.
Saul Elbein, Morgan Jerkins, Michael Lundgren, Stefanie Moshammer, and Gianna Toboni are our employees of the month.
The cohost of the new podcast 2 Dope Queens is having a moment.
Read the first story written by the pseudonymous author who scandalized the literary establishment.
This month you'll find stories about a group of reporters being murdered for covering the destruction of Cambodia's forests; a profile of Phoebe Robinson from of 2 Dope Queens; and an interview with NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake.
FOX's The Swan chronicled 16 women as they underwent extensive plastic surgery and weeks of intensive therapy. Over a decade later, the key players involved with the reality TV show look back at what made the show so particularly surreal.
Hurricane Hermine makes landfall in Florida, some of Trump's leading Hispanic advisors have quit in the wake of his anti-immigration speech, the Clinton campaign beats fundraising record, and more.
Tuesday night, Steinem will join retired brigadier general Loree Sutton for a special livestreamed discussion at Lincoln Center, following a screening of her Emmy-nominated VICELAND show, WOMAN.
Check out a first look at VICE News Tonight airing every weeknight on HBO starting September 26.
Started by a discredited book and a bunch of angry YouTubers, rumors that Hillary Clinton is secretly suffering seizures are now being spread by Fox News and Donald Trump himself.
"My personal aim," the co-founder of the publication told VICE, "is to make Daily Resistance the most feared newspaper in Germany, then the most feared newspaper in Europe, and eventually the most feared newspaper in the world."
We asked a psychiatrist if we're too quick to assume that people behind horrific attacks are "crazy."
It's been an awful and strange week for Donald Trump's campaign, but does the general public care about the narrative surrounding him?
Get ready to travel back in time—with the push of a button on your remote control.
Director Jeff Feurzeig's film tells us the story of Laura Albert, the woman who fooled the nation with her fictional alter-ego.