The VICE Guide to Right Now

Teens Could Actually Go to Jail for Trick-or-Treating in This Virginia Town

Any teen caught spending their Halloween in the most wholesome way imaginable could face six months behind bars.
Drew Schwartz

Canadian Cops Mad the Man Is Keeping Them From Smoking Weed

Yeah... it sucks eh?
Mack Lamoureux

All the Places in Canada You Can Get Legal Cannabis on Weed Day

A province-by-province breakdown of government-approved stores opening on October 17. You’re welcome.
Mack Lamoureux

Sex Workers Want Bill C-36 Gone, But Are the Liberals Listening?

After a date gone wrong, one sex worker is organizing her colleagues in hopes the government may change the controversial law.
Stephen Maher
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

Sex Workers Are Protesting FOSTA/SESTA Across the Country

Trump signed the controversial bill into law in April.
VICE Staff

Of Course Trump Lied About Stormy Daniels

He lies about everything.
Harry Cheadle
The VICE Guide to Right Now

These Three Billboards Outside Marco Rubio's Office Demanded Gun Control

Activists paraded the billboards around Miami following the Parkland high school shooting that killed 17.
Drew Schwartz
The VICE Guide to Right Now

New York Lawmakers Want to Make Your Tide Pods Look Less Delicious

The new bill would force detergent companies to make their packets a "uniform colour that is not attractive to children."
Drew Schwartz

It's Time to Legalize Dancing in NYC

Legendary DJ Jonathan Toubin on why, when it comes to cabaret laws, he's "Glad to See You Go."
Jonathan Toubin
public services

I Broke Some Old Laws in Front of Police to See If They’d Arrest Me

And made some commuters feel very uncomfortable in the process.
Oobah Butler
Tracking Trump's Congress

The Battle Over Trump's Executive Orders Is Just Getting Started

Around the country, lawyers and state attorney generals are ready to challenge the president's entire agenda in court.
Mark Hay
Tracking Trump's Congress

Trump's Executive Orders Are Scary, but Are They More Bark Than Bite?

The first week of the new administration was full of big announcements, but scholars say his actions might be more about PR than real results.
Mark Hay