‘WannaCry Hero’ Marcus Hutchins Pleads Guilty to Making Banking Malware
The researcher who helped stop the WannaCry ransomware pleaded guilty to two counts of hacking for writing banking malware in 2014.
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Trump Never Had Anything to Fear from an Insider Like Robert Mueller
We have effectively written white-collar crime and public corruption out of the US code.
'VICE LIVE' Breaks Down the Testicular Bill of Rights
The bill sounds funny, but it has a darker story.
Fighting Inequality in the Ever-Expanding Legal Weed Industry
These women of color advocates explain how cannabis businesses must break the cycle of injustice with community investment and equal access.
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Government Workers Are Still Waiting on Payouts from the 2013 Shutdown
As federal employees sue for damages from the longest government shutdown in history, the victims of the last shutdown are still waiting to get paid.
Court Upholds Conviction of Woman Who Told Boyfriend to Kill Himself
A Massachusetts court has upheld Michelle Carter's conviction of involuntary manslaughter and coinciding 15-month jail sentence based on texts in which she coaxed her boyfriend to take his life.
Government Workers Are Still Trying to Get Paid for the 2013 Shutdown
As federal employees sue to get damages from the longest government shutdown in history, the victims of the last shutdown are waiting on their own payout.
The Strange, Sad Story of How a Bad 'Cuck' Joke Turned Lives Upside-Down
How a personal beef with the proto-blogger Maddox led to an album of 'cuck'-themed Christmas carols and a sprawling legal battle.
Singapore Is Threatening to Ban LGBTQ Citizens from Adopting Children
The government is considering changing its laws after a gay father won the right to adopt his biological son last year.
Prosecuting R. Kelly Is More Difficult Than It Sounds
An attorney who worked on R. Kelly's child pornography defense team shares why it may be an uphill battle to prosecute the controversial singer.
Here's What Would Happen if Trump Declared a National Emergency to Build a Wall
It would set off a legal battle and lead to the executive branch clawing away even more power from Congress. But Trump might get away with it.
'On the Basis of Sex' Is a Rallying Cry for Radical Action
Director Mimi Leder talks "On the Basis of Sex" and why it's incredibly timely in today's political climate.