constitution

Internet

Now That You Can Trademark Swear Words, Here Are All the Wildest NSFW Requests

A Supreme Court ruling on vulgar trademarks is making space for new, profane ventures, from "A$$RICH" to "Bitchigan."
Drew Schwartz
7.1.19
engineering

Oregon Unconstitutionally Fined a Man $500 for Saying ‘I am an Engineer,’ Federal Judge Rules

Mats Järlström has won his First Amendment case against the state of Oregon: "This restriction clearly controls and suppresses protected speech."
Jason Koebler
1.2.19
Desus & Mero

Desus and Mero Want You to Take the #ConstitutionChallenge

The duo believe the best way to Make America Great Again is to pull a Nicolas Cage in 'National Treasure.'
Sarah Bellman
5.2.18
Rise Up

The US Could Increase Voter Turnout By Changing the Way Americans Vote

No electoral system is perfect, but something's gotta give and European voting systems could be the way to go.
Alexis Chemblette
2.9.18
TRANS RIGHTS

Is Banning Trans People from the Military Unconstitutional?

Following President Trump's statements on Twitter saying that trans people will be prevented from serving in the military, advocates, lawyers, and lawmakers are preparing for what happens next.
Kimberly Lawson
7.26.17
freedom

A Body-Slammed Reporter and the New American War on Journalism

After a Republican congressional candidate was charged with assaulting a journalist, it's time to get outraged—and worried.
Matt Taylor
5.25.17
nuclear war

You'll Die in a Nuclear War, but These Elites Will Be Saved

A national security expert's new book reveals the handful of VIPs and artifacts America would protect in the event of a major catastrophe.
Joseph Bien-Kahn
5.3.17
50 states of art

The Oldest State in the Union Has Something to Say About Art

Visual artist Morgan Hamilton writes about how Delaware's history trickles down to its art, politics, and people.
Morgan Hamilton
4.23.17
50 states of art

The Oldest State in the Union Has Something to Say About Art | #50StatesofArt

Visual artist Morgan Hamilton writes about how Delaware's history trickles down to its art, politics, and people.
Morgan Hamilton
4.23.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump's Lawyer Thinks His Client Can't Be Sued for Anything While President

The president's longtime lawyer argues that a clause in the Constitution could protect Trump from the defamation suit filed by a former 'Apprentice' cast member.
Lauren Messman
3.28.17
politics

Trump Is the Pettiest President Yet. Sad!

As Trump attacks department store Nordstrom for failing to stock Ivanka Trump’s line, a Pulitzer-winning expert on the US presidency explains the historical context for Trump’s pettiness.
Sirin Kale
2.9.17
saddest calendar on the internet

So-Called Judge Blocks Trump's So-Called Unconstitutional Muslim Ban

"The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!" Trump tweeted, before his appeal was rejected.
Amanda Arnold
2.6.17
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