judicial system


Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts makes rare statement to scold Trump

Roberts, who was nominated to the Supreme Court in 2005 by George W. Bush, took the remarkable step of directly addressing Trump's recent public groanings.


Larry Nassar left a trail of destruction that's just starting to be revealed

The quest to understand how Larry Nassar's serial abuse continued undetected for decades is far from over.


I Took the LSAT with Zero Preparation

Some test-takers study for months, prepping so extensively it becomes a full-time job. I went in cold.


Trump's Death Penalty Tweet, the GOP Tax Plan, and Living with HIV

On this episode of 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast,' we talk about the president's response to the NYC terror attack and how it could pose issues with the suspect's trial.


Survivors See Cosby Mistrial as Evidence for Why Women Don't Report Assault

After Bill Cosby's trial ended in a mistrial on Saturday, survivors and advocates point to fundamental issues in the judicial system that prevent sexual assault victims from seeing justice.


Airbrushed Paintings Portray the Isolation and Heartbreak of Mass Incarceration

Mario Ayala leverages colorful imagery, religion, and correspondence to bridge cultural divides.


This High School Student Is Leading the Fight for Transgender Bathroom Rights

Gavin Grimm's legal battle against his high school could be the first case the Supreme Court hears specifically involving gender identity.


No One Is Going to Be Held Criminally Accountable for Freddie Gray's Death

The Baltimore City State's Attorney's office decided to drop all charges Wednesday against the three remaining officers accused of being involved in Freddie Gray's death.


Dharun Ravi, Gay Basher, Gets Bashed by Court

What’s helped by Dharun being behind bars for years?