Robert Mueller Is Going After Shady Democrats Now, Too

The swamp might actually be getting drained.
Matt Taylor

What Can You Do When the Cops Take Your Money and Won't Give It Back?

Under New York City's opaque and arbitrary civil forfeiture system, seizing money from a woman not accused of a crime is a perfectly legal thing to do.
Jake Offenhartz
The VICE Guide to Right Now

No One Is Going to Be Held Criminally Accountable for Freddie Gray's Death

The Baltimore City State's Attorney's office decided to drop all charges Wednesday against the three remaining officers accused of being involved in Freddie Gray's death.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election

A Bernie Sanders Victory Just Got a Little Less Impossible

After a big win in Wisconsin, Bernie Sanders continues to be a thorn in the side of Hillary Clinton and refuses to go gently into that good night.
Harry Cheadle

VICE Sports Q&A: FIFA Presidential Candidate Prince Ali Al Hussein

Jordan's Prince Ali was the only candidate running now to oppose Sepp Blatter in his previous election. He talks reform, inclusion, and the future of FIFA.
Paula Dupraz-Dobias

How Police Unions Are Using Protests, Boycotts, and Shady Tactics to Fight Reform

As the national debate over law enforcement tactics heats up, cops aren't hesitating to decry what they see as an assault on their rights.
Ray Downs
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Is the United Nations About to Call for the Decriminalization of All Drugs?

Richard Branson just posted an embargoed document from the UN Office on Drugs and Crime that urges governments to ease off on the prosecution and imprisonment of drug users.
Joe Goodman
The Prison Issue

What Happens When Inmates in Solitary Confinement Blow the Whistle on Their Abuse?

A group of inmates calling themselves the Dallas Six banded together and grew committed to bringing their prison's abusive conditions to light, even in the face of being confined there longer.
Molly Crabapple
The Prison Issue

A Former Inmate at Rikers Island Becomes One of Its Overseers

After spending more than ten years in New York's prisons and jails, Stanley Richards has been dedicated to improving the lives of the incarcerated since he was released in 1991.
Raven Rakia
America Incarcerated

Will New York Scrap Its Broken Bail System?

A state senator from Queens wants to scrap the archaic system of holding some people in jail before their trial unless they can pay for freedom.
John Surico
The Prison Issue

How to Repair the Criminal Justice System

We talked to leaders and activists spearheading prison reform to find out what we can do to fix our broken penal system.
Various Authors

A British Inmate Protested on the Roof of a Prison for Almost Three Days

Convicted murderer Stuart Horner finally came down from the roof after being given some pizza and soda pop, but before he did, we spoke to the people "party-protesting" outside.
Mof Gimmers, Photos: OneNorf