David Gilbert

Indonesia elections

Here’s What You Need to Know About Indonesia’s Massive Elections

Looks like the President Joko Widodo is set for another five years in charge.
David Gilbert
4.17.19
NORTH KOREA

Kim Jong Un and Putin Are About to Take Their Relationship to the Next Level

The two world leaders could have their first meeting as early as next week.
David Gilbert
4.17.19
Julian Assange

This Is Just the Beginning for Julian Assange

The U.S. could be trying to bring additional charges against the WikiLeaks founder.
David Gilbert
Greg Walters
4.12.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Police Have Arrested Julian Assange in London

Assange's lawyer says he was arrested for breach of bail conditions and a US extradition request.
David Gilbert
4.12.19
Boeing Max

Here's What's in the First Official Report on the Ethiopian Airlines Crash

Pilots were unable to correct “repetitive nose-down" movement of the aircraft
David Gilbert
4.7.19
TURKEY

President Erdoğan Just Got Wrecked in Turkey's Elections

After 15 years in power, the ultra-conservative leader could be out.
David Gilbert
4.1.19
Special Counsel Robert Mueller

This Is Everything We Already Know About the Mueller Investigation

The two-year investigation is now in the hands of the US attorney general.
Greg Walters
David Gilbert
Nick Miriello
3.23.19
NEW ZEALAND

An American Perspective on New Zealand's Ban of all Military-Style Weapons and Assault Rifles

"This is what real action to stop gun violence looks like," tweeted Bernie Sanders.
David Gilbert
3.22.19
New Zealand mosque attacks

The Christchurch Gunman Was Stopped From Attacking a Third Target, Police Say

"Lives were saved.”
David Gilbert
3.20.19
New Zealand terror

How Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Failed to Keep Mosque Shooting Video from Going Viral

Facebook's much-vaunted artificial intelligence systems and human monitors did not stop it. A call from the police did.
David Gilbert
3.18.19
Hanoi summit

The Trump-Kim Lovefest is Back in Action

Donald Trump rekindled his love affair with Kim Jong Un during their second in-person meeting on Wednesday.
David Gilbert
2.27.19
china

China’s New Top App Rewards Users for Consuming Communist Party Propaganda

"Study to make China strong" has been downloaded more than 44 million times since launching last month.
David Gilbert
2.24.19
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