VICE News meets a network of ex-Muslims based in London, helping others who have left Islam, as they escape imprisonment, violence, forced marriage, kidnapping, exclusion, and ostracization from their communities and families.
Lonnie David Franklin, Jr. was arrested in 2010 for allegedly murdering ten black women in South LA.
The man reportedly became unruly after being told he couldn't smoke on the plane – a long-established rule of planes.
Ridesharing is still illegal in Victoria, and Fiona Patten got sick of waiting for that to change. She talks to VICE about her bill to legalise the service.
But not for the reasons you'd expect.
A high-profile bust shows how stronger varieties of heroin are arriving in a state infamous for prescription drug "pill mills."
He presides over the third-worst environment policy on the planet, but Greg Hunt was today named "Best Minister in the World".
The Turnbull government expects to pass legislation today legalising cannabis for medical and scientific purposes.
If there's one wedge holding open the Incarceration Gap, it's mandatory sentencing.
"My demons won today. I'm sorry," was the activist's last Facebook post.
A top trafficker released from jail, army helicopters being used to transport coke, and presidential candidates with dirty pasts—the evidence is mounting up.
Last month, four teenagers in Western Michigan were diagnosed with toxic shock syndrome from using tampons. Why are so many young women still getting TSS?
Refugees some times carry with them the objectionable convictions of their home countries, so coming out as a homosexual refugee in Germany is out of the question. Many asylum seekers are still afraid of exactly the same people they feared at home.
It seems most of us want better relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities, but we're not doing anything about it.
Puerto Rico is edging away from its notoriously harsh marijuana laws, and activist groups are leading the way.
VICE News looks at how corporate-funded research is corrupting America's courts and regulatory agencies.
Philip Ruddock has a long history of ignoring some basic tenets of human rights.
About 60 percent of asylum seekers in the US have experienced some form of torture. The Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture aims to treat survivors with medical and mental health services.
Brooklyn Defense Attorney Howard Greenberg concedes Karmik Grant-Byas has done "despicable" things to women, but says his client did not compel them to perform commercial sex acts against their will.
North Korea defied UN sanctions and launched a long-range rocket on Sunday, but what it claims is a satellite is suspected of being a hunk of space junk.
Haiti's parliament has drafted an agreement for a caretaker government to be installed after the end of the president's term on Sunday, but the chaotic political situation has triggered unrest in the capital.
China expressed displeasure and the US called for "serious consequences" after North Korea launched a long-range rocket carrying what it has said is a satellite.
On Saturday a rally against Islam, organised by far-right Swedish political party PEDIGA, was held in cities around the world. Australia's version drew only a few hundred people.
The photos are tame in comparison to the infamous images from Abu Ghraib, but there are 1,900 more pictures of abuse that the Pentagon still refuses to make public.