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Protesters Showed Up to Louis C.K.'s Latest Set at the Comedy Cellar
They held up signs at the entrance to the venue and asked people to walk out.
Trump Calls Women Protesting Kavanaugh 'Rude Elevator Screamers'
In an early-morning tweet, Trump accused the women confronting senators over their votes on Brett Kavanaugh of being paid protesters.
FOIA: How Police Convinced the FAA to Put a No Fly Zone Over Standing Rock
"We need to ensure the movement of law enforcement trying to protect the innocent is not being broadcast live by the use of drones."
Jason Koebler & Sarah Emerson
AI Will Soon Identify Protesters With Their Faces Partly Concealed
A new paper has troubling implications.
Spinning This Hacked Umbrella Turns It into an LED Screen for Protesters
GS&P's BETA lab speed-hacked a bike LED, turning it into the perfect tool for urban disruption.
The Anger, Chaos, and Broken Limos of the Inauguration Protests
We talk with 'HATE THY NEIGHBOR' host Jamali Maddix about heading to DC and what to expect from his VICELAND show.
'Gasland' Filmmaker on Yesterday's Standing Rock Victory
The Army Corps of Engineers announced that it will reroute the Dakota Access Pipeline, to the celebration of thousands of Standing Rock water protectors.
1300 Scientists Say Canada Needs More Transparency About Environmental Risks
Young scientists and researchers are calling on Ottawa to overhaul how environmental assessments are done.
Controversial Keystone XL Pipeline Comes Back to Life With News of Trump Win
Facing protests over the environment, Obama killed the Keystone XL pipeline. Now it could be back.
The Weird Facebook Politics of Dakota Pipeline Protests
Did actress Shailene Woodley's arrest at a Dakota Access Pipeline site get more attention than others?
The VICE Morning Bulletin
Hillary Clinton returns to the campaign trail, Florida police have arrested a suspect in the mosque fire case, Apple has already run out of its iPhone 7 Plus, and more.
Dakota Pipeline Protesters Claim Facebook Censored Video of Mass Arrest
Are Facebook’s accidental takedowns a symptom of its subjective view toward news?