How the US Military Could Spend $54 Billion

President Trump wants to take a hatchet to America's federal budget and give what's left to its military. Here's what that might look like.
Mike Pearl

'Our Society's Deep Sexual Dysfunction': Why It's So Hard to Stop Revenge Porn

Shortly after a revenge porn scandal rocked the Marines, reports surfaced that hackers had stolen and posted private images from female celebrities—exactly one year after a man was charged for the exact same thing. Why is it so hard to deter depraved...
Jessica Meiselman

Revenge Porn Isn't Explicitly Prohibited in the Military

The horrifying Marine naked photo scandal reveals a massive gap in military law—and a culture of rampant and unchecked sexual harassment.
Kimberly Lawson

Hundreds of Marines Shared Naked Photos of Their Female Colleagues, Report Says

Hundreds of Marines throughout the world are facing investigation for sharing nude photos of the women they work alongside without their knowledge or consent—which, experts say, is just one example of the rampant sexual harassment problem in the...
Kimberly Lawson
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

FBI director reportedly asked feds to refute wiretap claim, GOP set to introduce Obamacare replacement this week, US Marines under investigation for nude photo sharing, and more.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

What We Know About the Nude Photo Scandal Implicating Hundreds of Marines

The Defense Department is investigating reports that US Marines traded naked pictures of female service members and vets in a secret Facebook group.
River Donaghey

See Where The USS Arizona Remains Suspended In Time, 75 Years Later

The USS Arizona has been buried at sea for decades, only to be visited by underwater divers.
Samantha Cole

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Joe Biden talks running for president in 2020, South Carolina prosecutor wants to retry Michael Slager in Walter Scott case, FBI investigates bombing threat made against LA Metro, and more.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump Picks James 'Mad Dog' Mattis for Secretary of Defense

Trump's expected to officially appoint the well-respected combat commander to run the Pentagon sometime early next week.
Lauren Messman

The Millennial Marine Behind the Campaign to Give $6 Million to Charity for Trump’s Tax Returns

Though Trump's tax returns have been overshadowed by more recent scandals, Peter James Kiernan wants to make sure no one forgets about what he says is a national security issue.
Anna Therese Day

Meet the Wounded Soldiers Finding Meaning at the Warrior Games

Wounded soldiers competed against one another in the Warrior Games, the military's version of the Paralympics.
Leander Schaerlaeckens

How ‘Second Skin’ Suits Will Protect Future Soldiers from Dirty Weapons

Protective gear worn by chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense specialists in the US military just got a lot smarter.
Christopher Moyer