The VICE Guide to Right Now

Wikipedia Added US Border 'Detention Centers' to Its List of Concentration Camps

Alongside Dachau and Japanese internment camps.
River Donaghey
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Stephen Hawking dead at 76, Democrat leads in deep-red Pennsylvania district, Trump wants militarized "space force," and more.
VICE Staff
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

UK raises terror threat level to "critical," Senate to subpoena former Flynn businesses, Trump hiring private attorney for Russia probe, and more.
VICE Staff
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump backs away from border wall demand, North Korea conducts live-fire military exercises, Arkansas carries out back-to-back executions, and more.
VICE Staff
last week in art

Arts Gave $729.6 Billion to the U.S. Economy, Latest NEA Report Reveals

Also last week, Egypt revealed a newly restored statue of Ramses II and Alec Baldwin is taking gallery owner Mary Boone to trial.
Nathaniel Ainley

Two Museums Duked It Out in a Twitter-Fueled Super Bowl Fight | Last Week in Art

Plus, breaking news: Did Mona Lisa have syphilis?
Nathaniel Ainley

Introducing WikiGalaxy, an Incredible 3D Visualization of Wikipedia

Owen Cormec has transformed 100,000 entries from the free encyclopedia into a growing nebula of human knowledge.
Emerson Rosenthal

A Wikipedian Explains How Wikipedia Stays Reliable in the Fake News Era

"If Wikipedia's rules were applied to Facebook? Oh my God! They'd lose 99 percent of their content."
Mike Pearl

Silicon Valhalla: Stockholm Stakes Its Claim on the Future

Artist talks from JR and Doug Aitken, Icona Pop, and rumors of 5G internet blew the doors off of the Brilliant Minds conference Day 1.
Emerson Rosenthal
State of Surveillance

Wikipedia's Co-Founder Explains Why We Need a Free Internet

Jimmy Wales talked to us about the need to be on the lookout for threats to a free and open internet.
Katherine Keating

Breaking Records at Art+Feminism's Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon

For a record-breaking year of editing 1,500 pages and creating 2,000 pages in support of women in the arts, Art+Feminism supported 2,500 participants for 175 events in 6 continents.
Sami Emory

Looking Back on 15 Years of Wikipedia and Art

It's hard to imagine life without Wikipedia, but that was just 15 years ago.
Beckett Mufson