milo yiannopoulous

Milo Yiannopoulos Is the Populist That Middle Class Australia Always Wanted

Pauline is embarrassing but Milo seems... cool.
Madison Griffiths

Roger Ailes Broke America, Then Died

The FOX news founder who died Thursday taught America how to get angry about politics on TV—and helped make Donald Trump president.
Rick Perlstein
Hollywood: The Next Chapter

Does the Classic Hero Narrative Have an Inherent Liberal Bias?

Liberalism in Hollywood has been pissing off conservative bloggers lately. But do screenplays themselves tilt to the left simply because the free market craves those kinds of stories?
Mike Pearl
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Angela Merkel Wants to Ban Full-Face Veils in Germany

"The full veil is not appropriate here, it should be forbidden wherever that is legally possible. It does not belong to us."
Lauren Messman

​Nero, Nazis, and the New Far Right: The Phenomena of the Professional Troll

Call it the Donald Trump effect. It doesn't matter if the trolls believe what they are saying if their followers believe it.
Jake Kivanc

Mashrou' Leila Are Banned from Jordan for Supporting LGBTQ Rights but Refuse to Be Censored

We talk to the wildly popular Lebanese band about their recent ban in the wake of the Jordanian conservative authorities pressuring the country's Ministry of Tourism.
Mary von Aue
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election

We Asked a Fascism Expert if Donald Trump Is a Fascist

She said he's "not principled enough to be a fascist."
Mike Pearl

This Group of Straight Men Is Swearing Off Women

They call themselves Men Going Their Own Way and they dislike feminism so much they are grabbing their balls and going home.
Mack Lamoureux
The Incarceration Issue

Island Wide Shut

Director Eva Orner turns her attention to Australia's treatment of asylum seekers.
Lee Zachariah

Everything We Know So Far About the Louisiana Theater Shooter

John Russell Houser was a drifter who liked the Westboro Baptist Church, Rand Paul, and Hitler.
Allie Conti

Meeting Charles Chahwan, the Arab World's Answer to Bukowski

The Lebanese author talks American literature, the Islamic State, and how conservatism has shrunk the Arabic language.
Martin Armstrong