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All the News You Need to Read This Morning

Kim meets Trump, and Germaine Greer thinks rapists getting an "R" tattooed on them would be better than them serving jail time.
VICE Staff
5.31.18
News

All the News You Need to Read This Morning

Business with Putin, Weinstein and hate crimes against children.
VICE Staff
3.20.18
chocolate

Lindt Chocolate Is Now Suing the Weinstein Company

The chocolatier claims that it's been cheated of $133,333 by the disgraced film studio.
Mayukh Sen
2.23.18
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Read it all here so you don't have to open Twitter.
VICE Staff
2.12.18
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VICE Staff
1.23.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Harvey Weinstein Is Getting Slapped in Restaurants Now

A man backhanded the disgraced Hollywood mogul in Arizona while his friend filmed the run-in.
Drew Schwartz
1.11.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Rose McGowan Is Getting Her Own Documentary Series

'Citizen Rose' will follow the outspoken actress and activist as she puts together her memoir following the Weinstein allegations.
Drew Schwartz
1.3.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Weinstein Allegedly Gave Employee £370 Bonus to Stock Erectile Dysfunction Meds

Former Weinstein Co. employees say the disgraced Hollywood mogul tasked them with escorting women to hotel rooms, stocking his apartment with lingerie, and taking him to sex-addiction therapy.
Drew Schwartz
12.6.17
SEXISM

How Media and Music Industry Staff Are Reacting to Sexual Assault Allegations

These are the water cooler conversations happening in British offices post-Weinstein.
Hannah Ewens
11.9.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Weinstein's Board Knew About His Payoffs for Years, Lawyer Says

One board member said he had been told about some of the payoffs the producer made to women in 2015, but assumed they were for consensual affairs.
Drew Schwartz
10.12.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Here's What Hollywood Is Finally Saying About Harvey Weinstein

Meryl Streep, Judd Apatow and Lena Dunham have condemned the tycoon's alleged abuses, but much of the industry is still silent.
Drew Schwartz
10.9.17