This week, Brazil arrested a man who may be responsible for up to 20 percent of illegal cuttings in the Amazon over the past few years. That's good, but until the country strictly enforces conservation laws this is just a Hydra problem.
VICE News returns to Israel and Gaza six months after last summer's devastating 50-day war to find tensions running high amid sluggish reconstruction efforts.
The true story of a failed bomb plot, an 18-year-old informant, and a massive fuck-up by the US government.
The group has been raiding museums and libraries, destroying historical masterpieces, and attacking cultural heritage sites across land it controls in Iraq.
I can't help but feel the "Stop Out-of-Control Drinking" campaign is a little misguided.
On Thursday afternoon, some 200 hundreds of workers rallied outside the Washington, DC headquarters of Airlines for America demanding affordable health care options or more money to pay for premiums.
The Arctic is warming twice as fast as other regions and some scientists fear that melting permafrost is causing methane deposits to explode, creating enormous craters.
Some people see it as white and gold. Other people see it as blue and black. We asked an expert what the fuck was going on, and even he couldn't figure it out.
At a time of resurgent xenophobia in Europe, the planned reprinting of the Nazi leader's long-winded screed when its German copyright expires has elicited an array of responses.
They're hoping that by rounding everyone up and kicking them out the affliction will just disappear.
Eleven years and $138 million after cleanup efforts began, one of Canada's most toxic sites remains a work in progress.
Admiral Michael Rogers took his apology tour to Canada. Can he repair his agency's tattered reputation?
VICE News travels to the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, where freezing temperatures are only part of the problem for Syrian refugees.
In part two of 'Fallout in Gaza', VICE News correspondent Danny Gold visits the Kerem Shalom crossing with Israel to see what goods are being allowed into the Gaza Strip.
Telling young mothers that they've "ruined" their lives can become a self-fulfilling prophecy when abuse from strangers makes it frightening to even leave the house.
One retired school teacher was killed when federal forces in Acapulco forcibly cleared a blockade by the teachers union CETEG.
Indonesia intends to execute low-level mules and dealers in droves, but many say it is failing to address the issues at the heart of the country's drug problems.
Samantha Elauf was denied a job at the retail giant for wearing a headscarf, which allegedly violated the company's "look policy."
Number one: because the prisons aren't big enough.
Thousands of young New Yorkers, many of whom are gay, bisexual, or trans, are trading sex for shelter.
Residents of the US capital will soon be able to legally possess and grow marijuana, but they won't be able to buy or sell the drug — at least for the time being.
Environmental activists may have killed the pipeline for now, but as the Keystone saga drags on, the root causes of climate change go unchecked.
The verdict came after a bizarre trial that was heavily covered by the national media and renewed focus on the problem of mental health among America's veterans.
The story behind Guantánamo Diary, steeped in unknowable complexity and murky details, is perhaps the perfect parable of the post-9/11 era.