Stores Are Banning Guns Because the US Government Won’t

Kroger and Walmart are asking customers to stop openly carrying guns while shopping.
Allie Conti

Walmart Is Ending the Sale of Most Ammo and Would Like You to Leave Your Gun at Home

A big statement on guns from the nation's largest retailer.
Tess Owen
Games News

Walmart Removes Violent Video Game Signage, Still Sells Guns

The retailer is asking employees to take down signage and playable demos for violent video games, as well as hunting videos, in the wake of shootings at two of its stores.
Nicole Carpenter

How Anarchists Helped Californian Fire Refugees in a Walmart Parking Lot

They say "mutual aid" is a better model for providing aid than traditional top-down charity work.
Erin Corbett
Police Shooting

California cops kill black man after firing dozens of bullets at his car in Walmart parking lot

California police fired what sounded like as many as 30 bullets at Diante Yarber's car.
Alex Lubben
Desus & Mero

This Walmart Employee Shows Us How Not to Quit a Job

If you're going to quit your job, maybe don't leave in a police car.
Sarah Bellman
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

There's a Walmart Yodelling Kid EDM Remix: Where Is Your God Now?

Every day we stray further from His light.
Lauren O'Neill
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump takes another wild U-turn—this time on on gun control, Hope Hicks to resign, UN humanitarian chief pleads for Syria ceasefire, and more.
VICE Staff
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Houston Astros win World Series, Trump calls for death penalty for NYC attack suspect, three killed in Colorado Walmart shooting​, and more.
VICE Staff
Fast Food

Boris Berian Went from Flipping Burgers to Running for Team USA in Rio

Boris Berian was a reluctant track star. He won a National Championship in college before losing eligibility due to poor grades. Trying to get by, he took a job at a local McDonald’s to support his comeback.
VICE Sports

Migrants who nearly died in hot truck may still face deportation

Legal and immigration experts say that it’s anyone’s guess whether the survivors will be allowed to stay in the United States.
Carter Sherman

Walmart pulls baby onesie from its stores after Indigenous backlash

The onesie, with images of tipis, "exudes corporate arrogance," said one Indigenous leader
Hilary Beaumont