The VICE Guide to Right Now
Cleveland's Most Notorious Cop Was Arrested for Allegedly Drunkenly Fighting His Twin
After Michael Brelo was acquitted on all three charges in a manslaughter case a couple weeks ago, you'd think he might lie low for a while. You would be wrong.
The Cleveland Police Department Now Has Some of the Strictest Use-of-Force Rules in America
New rules imposed by the federal government will forbid Cleveland cops from using violence against people who are running or driving away from them.
How Will Cleveland Respond to the Michael Brelo Verdict?
The cop just dodged prison time after jumping on the hood of a car and firing at least 15 rounds through the windshield on two unarmed, mentally-ill black people in 2012.
Chicago Is Finally Ready to Give Reparations to Police Torture Survivors
Decades of brutality forced city officials' hands, but recent investigations suggest abuses by Chicago cops are far from over.
Why Black Chicagoans Distrust and Fear the Police
Two weeks ago a pair of black teenagers were killed by Chicago cops in separate incidents, and residents have taken to the streets to protest, resulting in yet more clashes between a police department and a community that don't trust each other.