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Trump Matters More for US-Cuba Relations Than Castro's Death

Even after Fidel's death, his legacy will live on thanks to his brother—what Donald Trump will do when it comes to Cuba is far more of a mystery.
Mark Hay
11.10.17
Culture
Culture

Hanging Out with One of Indonesia's Celebrity Sorcerers

We talked to self-proclaimed expert of the metaphysical Ki Narto after Indonesia's House of Representatives proposed a controversial set of laws to legislate the supernatural.
Bramaseta Janottama
12.20.16
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Philippine President Claims to Have 'Made Up' Story of Abusing Fentanyl

Last week's announcement that President Rodrigo Duterte once abused the opioid comes amidst international concern for the number of drug users, dealers, and innocent bystanders being executed in the Philippines.
Maddison Connaughton
12.19.16
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The VICE Morning Bulletin

Obama vows retaliation for Russian election hacking, the Syrian government suspends the evacuation of Aleppo, Trump's new Israeli ambassador wants to move the embassy to Jerusalem, and more.
VICE Staff
12.16.16
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The VICE Guide to Right Now

Jury Finds Dylann Roof Guilty on All Counts in the Charleston Church Shooting

The jury deliberated for just two hours before coming back with a guilty verdict for the self-identified white supremacist.
Lauren Messman
12.15.16
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The UK Needs More Than English Lessons to Help Refugees Integrate

Last week's major government report on social integration focused on Muslims, but there are factors keeping asylum seekers separate from the average Brit too.
Hugh Cunningham
12.15.16
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The VICE Morning Bulletin

US officials suspect Vladimir Putin was directly involved in election meddling, 1 billion Yahoo accounts compromised by hack, Elon Musk joins Trump's corporate advisory team, and more.
VICE Staff
12.15.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

About a Fourth of Democrats in the Electoral College Want a Briefing on Election Hacks

By Tuesday, 54 of the 232 Democrat electors had joined the request for a briefing about any ongoing investigations into Donald Trump's ties to Russia and the country's interference with the election.
Lauren Messman
12.14.16
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The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump eyes climate change skeptic Ryan Zinke as interior secretary, despair in Aleppo as ceasefire and evacuation plans fall apart, scientists say 2016 marks "unprecedented" warming in the Arctic, and more.
VICE Staff
12.14.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump's National Security Advisor Mishandled Classified Information in Afghanistan

Army documents show that Michael T. Flynn shared military intel with foreign officials without authorization while he served as US military intelligence chief.
Lauren Messman
12.14.16
Stuff
Stuff

Desus and Mero Give Their Take on the Trump-Kanye Meeting

On VICELAND's 'Desus & Mero,' the hosts discussed the bizarre get-together that ended with an Illuminati bro hug.
Sarah Bellman
12.14.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Kasich Vetoed Ohio's 'Heartbeat' Bill but Still Made Abortion Illegal After 20 Weeks

The Ohio governor opted for the less restrictive of the two abortion measures on his desk Tuesday, rejecting the bill that would have outlawed abortion after roughly six weeks into a woman's pregnancy.
Lauren Messman
12.13.16