We Asked People Around the World What They Think of US Gun Laws
"I think all these laws are the result of American capitalism."
White Men Keep Killing Themselves With Guns. The NRA Is Making It Worse.
The gun lobby's resistance to "red flag" laws puts its own members at risk.
Doctors and Emergency Workers Tell Us About the Toll of Treating Gunshot Victims
After the NRA told doctors to stay in their lane on gun control, many spoke out about the visceral results of gun violence.
A Deep Dive into the Absolutely Ridiculous World of Roku Channels
Cults, dogs, foot fetishists – there's a channel for everyone on Roku.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
Inside the All-Women Training Camp Where Guns Are Sold As Empowerment
Hundreds of American women travelled to A Girl and A Gun conference in Texas to learn how to shoot in self-defence, protect their kids and fire machine guns from a helicopter.
Court Documents Show the NRA's Unhinged Rhetoric Being Used Against It
The gun-rights giant says it's bleeding money, and a legal battle with its old insurance broker suggests politics are a big part of the problem.
How Consumerism Devoured The Workin’ Man Blues
How did the genre transform from working class catharsis to an corporate marketing campaign for a certain version of the American dream?
The Next Big Gun Controversy Is Forcing People to Lock Them Up
"People want to do something."
Views My Own
Racial Resentment Is in the NRA's DNA, Data Finds
NRA members are more likely to answer yes to survey questions like, "If black people would only try harder they could be just as well-off as whites."
Killer Mike Clarifies His Pro-Gun Stance, Says He Supports Protesters
El-P also defended his Run the Jewels partner, who said that his comments dismissing the March for Our Lives protesters were taken out of context by the NRA.
The March for Our Lives Wasn't Just Another Trump Protest
Rather than a onetime statement about identity or resistance, the anti-gun-violence rally told a very specific story.
Voices of School Shooting Survivors
These School Shooting Survivors Have Something to Say
VICE commissioned 15 essays from people who have survived school shootings over the past 30 years.