MORMONS

10.1.18

I Spent a Weird (and Homophobic) Day Trying to Follow God's Will

Inspired by the show 'God Friended Me,' I tried to change my life by following the instructions of the big man upstairs.

11.1.17

Why Detroit Is Embracing a Mormon Halloween Tradition

"Trunk or treating" has been a thing in some corners of America for decades, but it seems to be gaining a new foothold in cities where community has frayed.

10.6.17

Inside Milktoberfest: The Mormon Alternative to Oktoberfest

For its second year, the dry campus of Brigham Young University celebrated the annual holiday with a whole lot of chocolate milk.

6.30.17

“Bona Fide” Ties to US Puts Immigrants in Flux Under Trump's Travel Ban

Your daily guide to what's working, what's not and what you can do about it.

5.10.17

Mormon Marriage Rituals Are Exposed! in This Band's New Video

Salt Lake City's Muzzle Tung discusses Utah's weird sexist religious culture, UFOs, and something called "Levi lovin'."

2.4.17

Polygamist Parents Have Been Convicted of Child Trafficking in Canada

For the first time, members of the country's most notorious polygamist colony were found guilty of taking their 13-year-old daughter to the US for sexual purposes.

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12.21.16

The Ex-Mormon Exposing the LDS Church With a Whistle-Blowing Website

Ryan McKnight has a singular mission—to expose Mormon Church abuses with an anonymous Wikileaks-style site. We spoke to McKnight about what he hopes to achieve.

12.11.16

Why I Left a Polygamist Colony but Stayed in My Plural Marriage

With British Columbia polygamists on trial, we spoke to a woman who left the church but fought to keep her family together.

11.3.16

How Mormons Might Stop Trump

Most Christian conservatives have hopped on the Trump train, but many Mormons are repelled by the mogul—and that could be the thing that keeps him out of the White House.

10.24.16

Tyler Glenn's New Album Is a Goodbye Letter to the Mormon Church

We talked with the Neon Trees frontman about his new album, Excommunication.

10.12.16
10.4.16

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Eight out of ten Trump supporters think paying taxes is a civic duty, a judge dismisses a lawsuit over police tactics in Ferguson, the NRA responds to the Kardashian robbery with sarcastic tweets, and more.

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