The Boogaloo Bois Are Plotting a Bloody Comeback: ‘We Will Go to War’
Dozens of arrests fueled speculation that the Hawaiian shirt-wearing, gun-loving anti-government group was done for. But it seems they’d merely gone underground and appear to be angrier than ever.
Inside the Scandal That Took Down the DEA’s ‘Cowboy’ Chief in Mexico
Nick Palmeri held one of the DEA’s top jobs—until his birthday party at a mansion and meetings with cartel defense lawyers ended his career.
Ohio Department of Education Says It Won't Do Anything About Neo-Nazi Homeschoolers
In an email to VICE News, the Ohio Department of Education appears to have concluded their investigation into the neo-Nazi homeschool network and determined the group did nothing wrong in light of the state’s homeschool policies.
What it's Like When Ron DeSantis Takes Over Your College
Students at Florida’s tiny New College are alarmed by Gov. Ron DeSantis’ hostile takeover—and worry who his next targets will be.
How the Mexican Army Tracked and Killed a CJNG Cartel Commander
A massive trove of leaked files reveals Mexico's military spying on one cartel while seemingly turning a blind eye toward rival groups.
Meet the Neo-Nazi Podcaster Who Helped Promote Ohio’s Nazi Homeschoolers
Until today, the neo-Nazi’s podcasts were available on Spotify and Audible.
New Videos Show Cop Slowly Losing It Over ‘Tampon’ in His Frappuccino
The object, eventually identified as a cloth that had accidentally made its way into his drink, sparked paranoia in an LA cop and a criminal investigation, according to newly released documents.
Confessions of a Chinese Fentanyl Trafficker: ‘I’m Really Afraid of Hurting People’
We arranged a meeting in Shanghai with a synthetic-drug merchant for our podcast “Painkiller: America’s Fentanyl Crisis.”
How Police Secretly Took Over a Global Phone Network for Organized Crime
Police monitored a hundred million encrypted messages sent through Encrochat, a network used by career criminals to discuss drug deals, murders, and extortion plots.
What Went Wrong at the Los Angeles Times
Two years ago, a billionaire owner asked Norman Pearlstine to reinvent a storied American newspaper. Some in his own newsroom say he's fallen short.
Subway: What the Hell Is That Smell?
It is the bread? Do they use bread-flavoured air fresheners? I used journalism to find out.
A Huge East Side Mario's Tomato Missing for Years Just Mysteriously Reappeared
But who stole the 4-foot tomato in the first place? Drunk teens? The mob? A Mack Lamoureux investigation.