Raymond Mott was fired after a photo of him at a Klan rally surfaced, but he claims he actually worked to bring the KKK down and was passing information to the FBI.
As this past summer began, according to police statistics provided to VICE, Denver had seen 12 gang-related deaths, up from three over the same period in 2014 and seven each for the start of 2013 and 2012.
If his suggestion that ISIS is worse because they display their atrocities, and the Nazis were somehow better by keeping them hidden, we can quickly surmise Abbott is more concerned with appearance than with deed.
"This was the ultimate crime," the South Carolina prosecutor pursuing the case against Roof remarked, "and justice from our state calls for the ultimate punishment."
They're not all pro-Davis, but some of them are really pro-Davis.
Tom Mauser lost his son in the massacre at the Colorado high school 16 years ago and has some ideas about how to go on after the shooting of two journalists on live TV in Virginia.
We talked to members of the militant group and protesters on the street about what's going on in Lebanon.
Ten people have also been arrested, along with a seizure of 38 firearms and unknown quantities of ecstasy and ice.
Kim Davis's religiously-motivated refusal to let same-sex couples get marriage licenses led to a judge jailing her.
Are cops too afraid of being indicted for police brutality to do their jobs anymore, or are young men just more prone to settle beefs with gun violence? Spoiler: No one knows.
Concerns about violence and unrest threaten to derail criminal justice reform as local prosecutors press ahead in their case against six cops charged with the death of the 25-year-old in April.
While we are grateful that Jake Hanrahan and Philip Pendlebury have been freed, we are deeply worried by reports that our other colleague, Mohammed Ismael Rasool, has had his appeal of release rejected.
Sorry, Philly, rules are rules.
China hosts a parade on Thursday celebrating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II—but the event is sending signals that aren't limited to historical commemoration.
After a prisoner hunger strike and a lawsuit, the authorities will no longer be able to throw inmates in solitary just for allegedly belonging to a gang.
Defense lawyers are calling for charges to be dismissed and for State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby to be removed from the case.
Maryland Senator Barbara A. Mikulski's support means that the treaty's opponents have no hope of overriding a presidential veto.
A search warrant says police found 1,834 rounds of ammo in the man's home.
That's the question at the heart of the trial of Michelle Carter in Massachusetts, who prosecutors say repeatedly told her boyfriend to kill himself via text message until he finally went through with it.
The protesters hope to remain locked up inside the double-decker bus-sized beast until Shell stops drilling in the Arctic.
Two-thirds of all those fleeing to Greece land on the small island of Lesvos—just one stage on their long, arduous journey to find sanctuary in mainland Europe.
Three VICE News journalists—who remain detained in Turkey for entirely baseless and absurd charges—have now been transported to a prison more than five hours from where their legal representation is based.
The United States is alone in the world in electing its prosecutors, but how should officials handle the brew of rage and resentment that boils over when police kill unarmed minorities?
The government has signalled support for a bill that priorities safe access to medical treatment over the right to protest.