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The Rat Uprising Has Struck Our Nation's Capital

Hopefully the rodents will usher in a better version of DC than the hellscape we have now.
River Donaghey

I Wrecked That ‘Rick and Morty’ Bar with GWAR

A cease-and-desist famously shut down the D.C. pop-up Wubba Lubba Dub Pub, demanding all its decorations be destroyed. So GWAR destroyed them (and I helped).
Beckett Mufson
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Let's Break Down the Cast of Characters from This Bonkers Road Rage Video

Surely the most insane news you missed over the long weekend.
River Donaghey
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

Behind the Scenes at DC's Unite the Right Rally

VICE News reporter Elle Reeve explains where the white nationalist movement stands one year after the violent Charlottesville protests.
VICE Staff

This 'Rick and Morty' Bar Is a Beautiful DIY Nerd Paradise

We got a sneak peek of Washington, DC's new pop-up, the Wubba Lubba Dub PUB.
Beckett Mufson
Rick and Morty

‘Rick and Morty’ Fans Can Soon Get Schwifty at the Wubba Lubba Dub Pub

Drink Company's latest fandom-themed pop-up bar will be a three-tiered labyrinth of homages to Adult Swim's most popular cartoon.
Beckett Mufson

The Activist Left Doesn't Give a Shit About Your Calls for Civility

Get ready for a summer of rage.
Harry Cheadle

Pregnant, Traumatized, and Trapped in Asylum Limbo

A massive backlog of asylum requests has left thousands of people in miserable situations while they wait to hear if they'll be allowed to stay in the US.
Meredith Hoffman

Prosecutors Are Still Trying to Send Trump Inauguration Protesters to Prison

Jury selection in the latest trial of the #J20 defendants, who could face decades in prison, begins this week.
Frances Madeson

You Shouldn't Be Surprised by Michael Cohen's Shameless Bribery Scheme

The president's personal lawyer and favorite ambulance chaser got millions from huge corporations like AT&T desperate for access to Trump. Welcome to DC, but somehow worse.
David Dayen
true crime

This Brutal Triple-Murder Case Helped Establish Your Right to Remain Silent

The mystery of the slaying of three Chinese men in 1919 Washington, DC, seemed over after cops got someone to confess. It wasn't that simple.
Seth Ferranti
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Conservatives Are Whining Because No One Wants to Date Them

Apparently it's not easy to get laid in the capital if you're a Republican.
Drew Schwartz