Noisey News

Rihanna Is Suing Her Dad

The singer claims her father has been misusing her name to conduct business without her knowledge.
Kristin Corry
Criminal Justice

What 'Serial' Gets Alarmingly Correct About Being Black in America

As a queer Black Clevelander, the podcast's new season investigating criminal justice in Cleveland clarifies a lifetime of racist interactions with police.
Prince Shakur

A Guy Sued His Wife for Letting Him Jump from a Moving Car

The Sydney couple was in the middle of an argument when Brian Lim leaped into oncoming traffic.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Evicted Adult Son Michael Rotondo Moves into Airbnb with Cash from Alex Jones

Now all he needs is a job.
Drew Schwartz
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Even That Monkey Selfie Fiasco Is Getting Turned into a Movie

Just weeks after photographer David Slater won his legal battle with PETA, Condé Nast bought the rights to his life story.
Drew Schwartz
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Adnan Syed from 'Serial' Is Getting a New Trial

An appeals court ruled that his attorney's failure to call up an alibi witness in 2000 warrants Syed another shot at proving his innocence in his girlfriend's murder.
Drew Schwartz

This Guy Taught a Pug to Heil Hitler and Was Convicted of a Hate Crime

The "professional shitposter" who goes by the name Count Dankula could wind up behind bars for up to six months.
Drew Schwartz
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Summer Zervos's Lawsuit Against Trump Can Go Forward, Judge Rules

A New York judged ruled that Trump isn't immune to civil lawsuits in state court as a sitting president.
Lauren Messman

Man Who Filmed Himself Sexually Assaulting Teen Sentenced to Two Years

The man took photos and video of the assault and posted them to Facebook.
Mack Lamoureux

Google Is Back In Canadian Court to Fight Global Search Censorship

A California court said the 2014 Canadian order “threatens free speech on the global internet.”
Jordan Pearson
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

The $6.7M 5Pointz Lawsuit

We talk about the landmark court decision that represents a decisive victory for street artists on 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast.'
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Guy Pretended to Be an Army General with a Chopper for a Date, Feds Say

He allegedly told people he was headed to a top-secret meeting approved by the president, which feds say was a bunch of BS.
Drew Schwartz