The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Suspected Austin bomber kills himself, Cambridge Analytica CEO suspended, Israel cops to 2007 Syria strike, and more.
VICE Staff
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Senate still debating how to reopen government, bombing in southern Thailand kills three, Lindsey Graham condemns Stephen Miller, and more.
VICE Staff

In Laos, People Are Recycling Bombs from the Vietnam War into Jewelry

Local artisans and two women with very different connections to the bombings in Laos have come together to clear contaminated land and improve the local economy.
Hadley Cooper
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Lawmaker accused of molesting teen girl dead from apparent suicide, House and Senate have tentative deal on tax bill, Russell Simmons accused of rape by several women, and more.
VICE Staff
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

NYC bombing suspect said to be ISIS sympathizer, Roy Moore's wife Kayla cites Jewish lawyer to dismiss anti-Semitism charge, transgender recruits will get to enlist in military, and more.
VICE Staff

How London's Graffiti Writers Survived a Police Crackdown

After law enforcement announced it would go easier on low-level criminals, the city's graffiti artists are making a comeback.
Charles Graham-Dixon
Hurricane Relief

The Puerto Rican Island the US Military Destroyed Has Been Forgotten After Hurricane Maria

"Currently, people in Vieques are struggling to survive. That needs to be a priority."
Sarah Emerson
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump to ditch Obamacare subsides, Amazon Studios executive suspended over harassment claims, body count reaches 31 in California fires, and more.
Drew Schwartz
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Hugh Hefner dies at 91, White House set to slash refugee admissions, Trump "not happy" about Tom Price's private jet fiasco, and more.
VICE Staff
true crime

The 'Mad Bomber' Whose Serial Explosions Terrorized 50s New York

An immigrant who felt betrayed by society haunted New York City until a new technique called criminal profiling brought him down.
Seth Ferranti

Dortmund Bombing Suspect Arrested, Police Believe Stock Speculation Was Behind Attack

The 28-year-old suspect would have stood to gain as much as $4.2 million if Dortmund's stock fell in the wake of the attack.
Liam Daniel Pierce
War Is Boring

The 'Mother of All Bombs' the US Dropped on Afghanistan Is Nasty, But Mostly for Show

It's unclear how much damage the bomb caused to its intended target—an ISIS tunnel complex—but it may not matter.
David Axe