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'Something Close' to the Pee Tape Is Out There, US Senator Says

"It's a standard strategy of Russia," Democratic senator Jeff Merkley said.
Drew Schwartz
american conventions

Inside the Annual Gathering of Abe Lincoln Presenters

Ever year, dozens of men and women channeling Abe and Mary Lincoln descend onto Freeport, Illinois.
VICE Staff

North Koreans Were Treated to a Mining Opera on TV During the Trump-Kim Summit

Complete with jazz hands.
Adam Forrest
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump's 'Amazing' North Korea Summit Brought Dennis Rodman to Tears

"It's a great day."
River Donaghey

The US Has the Most Powerful Supercomputer In the World Again

If every person on Earth did one calculation per second, it would take 305 days to do what Summit can do in a second.
Daniel Oberhaus
Open Water

Slovenia Asks EU for Help After a Record 12,000 Migrants Pour Into the Country in 24 Hours

The small nation is struggling to cope with the influx, which was triggered by Hungary closing off its borders.
Lucie Aubourg
asia & pacific

Nepal May Ban Novice, Disabled, Very Young, and Very Old Climbers From Scaling Everest

After coming under fire for issuing too many permits over the last few years, authorities seem committed to reducing overcrowding at the mountain's summit.
Pierre Longeray
food waste

Why 30 World Leaders Ate a Lunch Made Out of Trash This Weekend

At yesterday's UN summit in New York City, the food-waste-themed menu included dishes such as "Landfill Salad" and a burger made of vegetable scraps. Here's why.
Hilary Pollack
evan murray

New Jersey High School Football Player Dies After Unknown On-Field Injury

Evan Murray, a high school quarterback in New Jersey, died after being injured in a game, and no one seems to know how.
Sean Newell

Watch a Disney Animator Sketch Classic Characters in Thin Air

When Glen Keane dons a pair of virtual reality goggles, the rest is history.
Nathaniel Ainley

A New Large-Scale Snow Mural Brings Geometric Beauty to Utah

Simon Beck's massive snow mural on Powder Mountain is the latest of over 140 intricate artworks made all over the world.
Beckett Mufson

Western Conservationists Are Ignoring Local Communities in Mission to Save 'Cuter' Animals

At a wildlife crime meeting in South Africa, activists said poaching could not be tackled without addressing the needs of the people that live with wildlife, who are often disregarded or mistreated.
Ruth MacLean