How a Real US Class War, with Guns, Could Actually Happen

Democrats seem increasingly comfortable with "incivility," while Republicans are more shameless than ever about helping the rich. Where is this going?


The Story Behind the Mysterious Guillotine on a Brooklyn Roof

"I don't know if it can kill, but it can definitely maim," the artist who built it told us.


Raise a Fist to MC Sole's Anti-Fascist Experimental Hip-Hop

Stream 'Let Them Eat Sand,' the Denver rapper, producer, and podcaster's revolutionary new "anarchistic hip-hop" album.


The Truth About the Protests That Are Going to 'Take Down the Government'

Everyone's freaking out that we're on the brink of an insurrection.


How Revolution Galvanised Egypt's Electronic Underground

We spent a few nights at Sandbox festival, surveying the scene in a country wracked by political upheaval.


The Revolution Will Be Weird and Eerie

Mark Fisher's 'The Weird and the Eerie' tells us how to embrace the future.


A Brief History of the American Town That Seceded 'Til It Ran Out of Booze

As chatter about a so-called 'Calexit' gets louder, a look back at California's Rough and Ready.


We Spoke to the Guy Who Invented Blue Wine

Launched last month in Spain, Aritz López says his company’s unusual coloured wine will disrupt Spanish winemaking traditions. “It’s not just about drinking blue wine, but about breaking the rules and creating your own,” he says.


'Revolution' Celebrates 70 Years of Abstract Sculptures by Women

"Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947-2016" inaugurates Hauser Wirth & Schimmel's new location in Los Angeles' Arts District early next year.


VICE Meets Chris Hedges

From Wall Street corruption to why the elites in corporate media have eviscerated traditional investigative journalism, the bestselling author tries to make sense of the world we live in.


I Interviewed Paul Mason About How Capitalism Is Going to End

In his new book, Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future, Mason predicts that we're due a new economic system, one birthed by the "smartphone generation".


Abbas Photographs the Bullshit People Get Up to in the Name of God

The Iranian Magnum photographer on his first assignments, his own relationship with God and why he thinks tourists are savages.