controversy

tv

NBC Is No Hero for Firing Megyn Kelly

It might have been bad ratings, not the blackface controversy, that got her kicked off the network.
Taylor Hosking
10.29.18
Art

To Fight Racism Within Museums, They Need to Stop Acting Like They're Neutral

The art world is full of the longstanding, racist histories that have affirmed white supremacy.
Antwaun Sargent
5.21.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

GOP Lawmaker Said Confederate Statue Vandal Should Be 'Hung from a Tall Tree'

Leaders in the Missouri House of Representatives have called on the legislator to resign.
Drew Schwartz
8.31.17
Banksy

Banksy's Real Identity Might've Been Exposed by Accident

Did Goldie spill the beans on the world's most secretive street artist?
Emerson Rosenthal
6.23.17
Desus & Mero

Desus and Mero Revisit Conor McGregor's Controversial Statements

The VICELAND hosts discuss some of the MMA fighter's most problematic moments.
Sarah Bellman
6.21.17
thump news

T2 Confirms That DJ Khaled and Drake's New Song Samples "Heartbroken"

The UK producer said he was approached directly by Khaled's team three weeks ago.
Alexander Iadarola
6.6.17
Desus & Mero

Desus and Mero Discuss Bill Maher's Most Controversial Moments

The VICELAND hosts discussed the TV personality's polarizing past.
Sarah Bellman
6.6.17
Features

HARD Summer’s Video Director: “People Are Shaming Me Back to the Fart Jokes Where I Belong.”

Agata Alexander responds to criticism of her controversial trailer—and insists she wouldn't change a thing.
Rachel Kraus
5.5.17
YouTube

The Battle Between YouTube and the Mainstream Media

The revenue of internet stars is being affected by a massive clash of cultures—and it's only going to get more vicious.
Joe Bish
5.3.17
50 states of art

‘Fearless Girl’ Sculptor Says Removing Her Work Would Squash Its Meaning | #50StatesofArt

The bronze is only one of a group of notable public works in Delaware-based artist Kristen Visbal's portfolio.
Mikelle Street
4.18.17
colors

The World's "Mattest, Flattest Black" Acrylic Paint Is Available to All—Except Anish Kapoor

Artist Stuart Semple responds to Vantablack 2.0 with Black 2.0, making it available to anyone who wants it. Anyone, of course, but Anish Kapoor.
Kevin Holmes
3.31.17
Art

We Had 10 Illustrators Draw the "Bowling Green Massacre"

Here's what really happened on that fateful day in Kentucky.
The Creators Project
2.3.17
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