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Stephen Miller’s Old Teacher Suspended for Calling Him a ‘Loner’ Who Ate Glue

After saying he was a "strange dude" in third grade, the 72-year-old is on temporary "home assignment."
Drew Schwartz

Stephen Miller Just Got Publicly Owned by His Uncle David

The uncle of the notoriously anti-immigrant White House senior policy adviser dragged his nephew in a Politico op-ed.
Eve Peyser
school safety

Stephen Miller snoozed through a White House meeting on school safety

Increasing mental health services, law enforcement presence in schools, and gun control were on the agenda.
Noah Kulwin
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Senate still debating how to reopen government, bombing in southern Thailand kills three, Lindsey Graham condemns Stephen Miller, and more.
VICE Staff

How Trump's war on immigrants could backfire

The crackdown is galvanizing political opposition that may end up costing Republicans control of Congress.
Keegan Hamilton
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

#MeToo dominates the Golden Globes, Kushner company took $30 million from Israeli investor, flooding wreaks havoc at JFK airport, and more.
VICE Staff
bad luck

The Other Richard Spencer Would Like You to Please Stop Yelling at Him

This is what it's like to share a name with a notorious asshole.
Luke Winkie

Trump expected to slash refugee levels to lowest in a generation

Alex Thompson
Keegan Hamilton
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

At least 80 dead in Kabul bomb attack, US intercepts test missile over Pacific, Flynn expected to hand over subpoenaed documents, and more.
VICE Staff

Six top Trump advisers have ties to FAIR, a radical anti-immigration group

The Trump administration is embracing the kind of hard-line immigration policies FAIR has advocated since its founding in 1979.
Tess Owen
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Here’s How the Cobrasnake Politically Defeated One of Trump’s Top Advisers

The infamous 2000s party photographer defeated a young Stephen Miller in a 2002 student body council election.
Rachel Kraus