The 'VICE LIVE' Hosts Debate the Merits of Circumcision
Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang's opposition to the procedure led the hosts to consider an age-old question: To cut, or not to cut?
Obama's Wealthy Donors Are Losing Their Grip on Democrats
Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are trying something different.
How Elizabeth Warren's Wealth Tax Would Remake America
The candidate's new policy proposal is kind of a big deal. Combine it with AOC's 70 percent plan, and you'd have a totally different society.
Sex Workers Don’t Trust Kamala Harris
Harris’s record as a prosecutor and FOSTA advocate makes sex workers question who they’d vote for if it were her against Trump for president.
The 2020 Presidential Race Will Put Capitalism's Evils on Full Display
Socialism is so hot right now, but Joe Biden is still popular. Get ready for a weird, wild ride.
This Is What It Takes for a Trump Voter to Change Their Mind
Why the widely-mocked case of a butterfly expert—and Republican—upset over the president's border wall actually matters.
Gillibrand Finds It Concerning Her Party's Top 2020 Candidates Are White Men
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a rumored presidential candidate herself, says the Democratic Party's current 2020 frontrunners don't reflect the country's diversity.
Florida Is About to Find Out What Happens When Ex-Prisoners Vote
A million or more new voters could be eligible for 2020 thanks to a ballot initiative reversing Jim Crow-era policy.
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Naturally, Michael Avenatti Owes More Than a Million Dollars in Taxes
A new report shows that the 2020 hopeful has a shady financial history that rivals the current president's.
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Michael Avenatti Wants to Be President and I Want to Die
Stormy Daniels's lawyer wants to be president. Please God, no.
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Obama Nostalgia Can't Save Democrats from Trump
Joe Biden and Eric Holder are both looming over the 2020 race, but should they be?
The Presidential Candidate Bent on Beating the Robot Apocalypse Will Give Two Americans a $1,000-per-month Basic Income
Andrew Yang is running for President on a platform of paying Americans $1,000 a month.