Power Plants Are Making It Snow in Nebraska
Two power plants in Norfolk, Nebraska caused several inches of snow to fall in parts of the state on Monday.
Inside the Annual Gathering of Abe Lincoln Presenters
Ever year, dozens of men and women channeling Abe and Mary Lincoln descend onto Freeport, Illinois.
Why It's Nearly Impossible to Make a Good Biopic
From 'All Eyez on Me' to 'Nina' to 'Lincoln,' there are a lot of ways to tell and/or ruin a life story.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Migos Revive Deceased Statesmen, Count Stacks in New “Deadz” Video
It would have been weird if they'd stayed dead.
The Statue of Liberty Was Originally Intended to Celebrate the End of American Slavery
We spoke with Ed Berenson, author of The Statue of Liberty: A Transatlantic Story, about the little-known origins of the iconic statue in New York Harbor.
VICE Does America
This Creationist Museum in Texas Is Trying to Grow Tiny Dinosaurs
On this episode of 'VICE Does America,' the trio continues its journey through Texas and stops at a museum dedicated to the idea that the Bible is a scientific document and that all humans can be dated back to Noah and his ark.
New York's Best Fancy Restaurants That Are Worth the Extra Cash
When your wallet is making you itchy and you're just dying to luxuriate, New York is the world-class city that will make all of your gustatory dreams come true.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, Trump threatens to sue Cruz over attack adverts, Syrian schools and hospitals are 'war crimes' say France and Turkey, Taylor Swift takes a swipe at Kanye at the Grammys, and more.
Latkes Don't Always Have To Be Made Out of Potatoes
You can cook latkes along with the seasons; think butternut squash, celery roots, carrots. Your body will thank you as these vegetables offer more nutrients than potatoes, too.
Cry-Baby of the Week: A Man Drowned His Neighbor's Dog Because It Wouldn't Stop Barking
Also this week: A woman allegedly attacked her boyfriend with a crowbar because he was snoring.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
UK National Counter-Terrorism Awareness Week Included an Event on Protecting Your Fertilizer From Terrorists
Police visited schools, train stations were leafleted and citizens were told to 'make a plan and stay safe.' Critics have called it scaremongering. But farmers at the launch of the 'Fertilizer Security Five-Point Plan' disagree.
Cry-Baby of the Week: A 90-Year-Old Man Was Arrested For Feeding the Homeless
Also this week: A woman drove her car into a couple because they stole her parking spot.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete