Civil War-Era Plant Medicines Could Help Fight Drug-Resistant Bacteria, Study Finds
Plant medicines from the Civil War likely saved lives at the time and could help fight stubborn bacteria today, scientists say.
How a Real Class War, Like with Guns, Could Actually Happen
Democrats seem increasingly comfortable with "incivility," while Republicans are more shameless than ever about helping the rich. Where is this going?
Congress opts to keep supporting brutal war in Yemen, but activists say “tide is turning”
Congressional leaders sought to use the Saudi Crown Prince’s much-touted visit to press the White House and its powerful ally in the Middle East to end the brutal war in Yemen.
Views My Own
Why Trudeau Should Stop the Deportation of Abdoul Kadir Abdi
Abdi’s story is a Canadian one, shaped by compounding government failures.
Syria between ruin and reconstruction
A Canadian photojournalist captures scenes from Syria's second-largest city before reconstruction gets underway
Confederate statues have had a rough 24 hours
Here’s what’s been unfolding around monuments in the last 24 hours alone.
Trump is so sad we're tearing down “beautiful” Confederate statues
North Carolina protesters topple Confederate monument
Desus & Mero
Desus and Mero Sound Off on HBO's Upcoming Show About Slavery
The VICELAND hosts and most of Twitter were up in arms about 'Confederate,' an alt-history series being developed by the 'Game of Thrones' creators.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Protestors Brought Torches to Rally Against the Sale of a Confederate Statue
Alt-right poster boy Richard Spencer was reportedly among the group in Virginia protesting the sale of a Robert E. Lee statue.
More than a million children have been forced to flee South Sudan since 2013
Central African Republic
How Kony's army could return with a vengeance