The VICE Guide to Right Now
US Tourists Think They Were Hit by Those Weird 'Sonic Attacks' in Cuba
After a handful of American diplomats reportedly suffered hearing loss from a bizarre sonic device, dozens of US citizens say they think they were targeted too.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
Donald Trump claims millions voted illegally, the feds say they won't force the removal of Standing Rock pipeline protestors, Cubans to mourn Castro at Revolution Square in Havana, and more.
Photos from an Anti-Trump Protest in London
It was a small demonstration, but did provide some kind of hope: the people who represent everything that's right about Britain far out-ranked those who want to see it turned into a one-race hellscape of hate, mundanity, and fear.
Londoners Are Protesting Against the Ferguson Decision Right Now
A crowd has gathered outside the capital's US embassy—a full report will be on VICE tomorrow.
We Asked an Iraqi Teen What She Thinks of ISIS and America
Islamic militants killed 28 women on her street, but after coming to the United States, this Iraqi teen girl said it's Americans who seem depressed.
The Profiles Issue
Mike Gogulski Might Be the First Case of Successful Voluntary Statelessness
In late 2008, Mike Gogulski walked into the US embassy in Bratislava, Slovakia, and renounced his citizenship; later he burned his passport in defiance. He is, in all likelihood, the only person alive today to have successfully made himself stateless...
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