newt gingrich

Catholic Church

Catholic group paid almost $1 million to settle sexual misconduct suit against famous reverend

The decade-old suit against the reverend who converted Newt Gingrich only became public now
Carter Sherman

We Talk about the Election, 'Forgotten Men' and Bad Men Best Forgotten

Remedial social Darwinism with Newt.
Rob Zacny
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Polling Station Devices Stolen Days Before Georgia's Election

Democrats have poured millions into the race, marketing Jon Ossoff as an "anti-Trump" candidate who could turn a red district blue.
Drew Schwartz
Hacking the Planet

Trump Is Giving Geoengineering Another Moment

New concerns over whether Trump will use geoengineering for evil are almost entirely unfounded.
Sarah Emerson
The Trump transition

Some members of Trump's inner circle don't like the idea of Romney as Secretary of State

Tess Owen
2016 US election

Indiana Governor Mike Pence is officially Donald Trump's running mate

As a conservative Christian from the midwest, the Indiana governor is about as conventional a choice as possible when it comes to vice presidential options.
Olivia Becker
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Newt Gingrich Wants to Deport Every Muslim Who Believes in Sharia Law

He has an insane plan to "test" all the Muslims in the United States following Thursday's attack in Nice.
VICE Staff

The VICE Morning Bulletin

This morning, at least 84 killed in Nice after an attacker drove a truck into crowds celebrating Bastille Day, Yemeni rebels will attend UN-mediated peace talks in Kuwait today, and more.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election

What Trump's VP Pick Will Say About His Campaign

Will Donald Trump choose the Putin-loving former general, or the guy who wants to build colonies on the moon?
Harry Cheadle
2016 US election

Trump's Lawyers Seem to Be Ignoring His Complaints About the 'Biased' Hispanic Judge

Trump has said Judge Gonzalo Curiel, a US citizen born in Indiana, can't remain impartial in a lawsuit against Trump University because "he's Mexican."
Olivia Becker

Congress Wants to Reduce America’s Prison Population — But It’s Easier Said Than Done

Momentum is building for criminal justice reform in the US, but the question of what to do with violent offenders is an issue that looms large.
Colleen Curry
Opinion and Analysis

Why Every Single US Presidential Candidate Could Expand Medicare and Medicaid

Today marks the 50th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid. And despite 50 years of threats and criticism from both the right and the left, the programs will only continue to grow.
Keith Wailoo