The Montreal Police, who themselves are in the process of mounting pressure tactics protesting cuts to their pension plan, have found little to no sympathy for protesters, instead meeting them with tear gas, stun grenades and other chemical irritants.
After law enforcement raided a Valentine's Day meeting of the Republic of Texas last month, the secessionist group is suddenly in the spotlight.
This weekend, the welfare minister said he would make £12 billion of cuts but wouldn't say how. It's not hard to work out that the axe will fall on young people.
If you like pornography based on upsetting real-life tales of abuse, boy, have these pornograhers got a film for you.
Kellie Leitch is responsible for the status of women and labour portfolios. She sat down with VICE to talk violence against women.
Alex Martin burnt to death in 2012 when Border Patrol fired a Taser into his car during a traffic stop.
One was killed and another injured when they tried to ram a security gate.
What was supposed to be a show of power for the anti-Islam movement ended up being the exact opposite when PEGIDA supporters refused to show their faces.
In part one, we meet British protesters fighting rapid gentrification in the UK, hoping for the chance to live in housing-crisis-hit Newham, England.
Kiwi weed enthusiasts are suffering through their worst cannabis drought in more than 15 years, and nobody knows why.
The human error in an email autofill field sent out passport and visa details of some of the world's most powerful people to the organizers of the Asian Cup soccer tournament.
The real estate scion is best known as the star of HBO's The Jinx, but he was a minor celebrity in a New Jersey prison a decade ago while serving time for a gun charge.
A coalition of Islamist rebel groups — including an al Qaeda affiliate — celebrated after capturing the city of Idlib from forces loyal to the Assad regime.
The murder saga that has made waves on both sides of the Atlantic—for its sexually charged coverage as much as anything else—appears to finally be over.
There's still guilt-free joy to be found in the suffering of others, if you know where to look.
An alleged plot to shoot up an American military base was foiled by undercover feds.
Twenty-one people, including 20 foreign tourists, were killed in the attack—the deadliest in Tunisia since the 2011 revolution, which saw a series of violent protests leading to the ouster of then-President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
Why would someone like copilot Andreas Lubitz crash a plane deliberately when he seemed so healthy and happy?
We chatted with producer Alex Chitty about the trail of cocaine running from Caracas to a small, strange town in Niger called Agadez.
Wikileaks reveals Canada is on deck to face lawsuits from more foreign corporations thanks to the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Animal cum is big business and Canada is raking it in.
Graham Dwyer, architect, father of three, and BDSM enthusiast, has been found guilty after a murder trial that has captivated the Irish public for months with lurid details of an alleged BDSM affair gone horribly wrong.
Prisoners were allegedly forced to fight each other, an investigation found. Inmates who refused were threatened with beatings and rape.
A Freedom of Information Report revealed that in Western Australia, children as young as 12 are being held in adult prison cells.