Justin Trudeau’s Awkward Adventures Are Part of His Brand Now

He is not a crook. But he probably shouldn’t literally say “I am not a crook.”
Drew Brown
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump Aides Asked Mercenary Companies for Advice on Afghanistan

Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner's move presents a fraught conflict-of-interest issue.
Drew Schwartz

Is there a millionaire vacation double-standard in Canadian politics?

VICE News Canada’s resident political wonk breaks down why Justin Trudeau is in hot water for a Caribbean vacation, but why Rona Ambrose is not. Also: Squids.
Kady O'Malley
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Actually, Trump Has Unchecked Access to His Business Profits

And he doesn't have to tell the public if he reaps them, thanks to a new tweak made to the terms of his trust.
Drew Schwartz

The Nightmarish Existence of the Watchdogs Keeping Tabs on Trump

The Founding Fathers probably didn't conceive of branding deals when they wrote the Constitution, but here we are.
Allie Conti
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The US Military Might Be Moving into Trump Tower

The Department of Defense said it's looking to lease space in the president's pricey Manhattan residence.
Lauren Messman

Could a New Lawsuit Against Trump Force Him to Finally Release His Tax Returns?

A lawyer explains what's at stake in a suit brought by a watchdog group and a gaggle of law professors.
Matt Taylor

Can a Facebook Group of 120,000 Lawyers Save America from Trump?

Lawyers for Good Government became an overnight Facebook sensation, but its founder wants it to be much, much more than that.
Harry Cheadle
Donald Trump

How Trump plans to address conflict of interest issues that he doesn’t think exist

Olivia Becker

Leading Anti-Marijuana Academics Are Paid by Painkiller Drug Companies

Researchers who have advocated against legalizing pot have also been on the payroll of top pharmaceutical firms with products that could be easily replaced by using marijuana. Could this be a major conflict of interest in the pot debate?
Lee Fang

Ex-SEC Official Steps Down Amid Questions Over His Work for Ponzi Schemer Allen Stanford

Barasch stepped down from his position as partner at the white-shoe Texas law firm Andrews Kurth not long after a five-part series published by VICE uncovered potential violations of federal conflict-of-interest laws by Barasch while representing...
Murray Waas

Twinning Is Winning

For this fashion story, we found a bunch of twins and dressed (and undressed) them so many times, they couldn't even tell themselves apart from their biological carbon copies.
Ben Taylor