The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election
Even with a language barrier, Berlin feels more like home than most of non-urban America does.
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.
Ekspert-typer, meningsmålingsinstitutter, det brede flertal af venstreorienterede, der udtaler sig på internettet – der var næsten ingen af dem, der havde forudset det her vanvid.
Pundit types, pollsters, the vast majority of liberals and leftists who write things on the internet—almost none of them saw this shit coming.
A new president will have the power to rewrite rules and regulations and nominate Supreme Court justices who may determine the future of trans equality.
Check back throughout the day for live Election Day results and commentary.
After months of tough talk and literal manure, the midwestern swing state is gearing up to once again be the center of the political world.
Don't believe all the campaign season rhetoric: Democracy isn't under attack, and America isn't about to turn into a dictatorship, no matter who gets elected president.
Green Party officials in Europe have achieved a lot more success than their American cousins—and they have some harsh words for the leader of the struggling US Green Party.
Thanks to decades of feminist groundwork, women across the country are poised not just to elect the country's first female president, but to reject misogynistic policies that have denied them benefits.
Behind every famous politician is a comedy writer or two in charge of making sure that he or she has a sense of humor.
Donald Trump's anti-immigration rhetoric has hurt him in the states that would be the site of his long-promised wall.