Want to say that bombing Palestinian children as they play on the beach is bad but don't want to say something anti-Semitic? Use this handy guide.
In the 1980s, the budding real estate mogul had a soft spot for wise guys.
Kate Stone, who represented 22 families in the Hillsborough inquests, explains how a 27-year fight for truth and justice against police slurs and false media reports has finally come to an end.
According to a local sheriff, there are no signs of foul play in the incident.
Soon, the only things standing between Donald Trump and the presidency will be God and Hillary Clinton.
Between the platitudes and contradictions, the Republican frontrunner has offered hints of an embryonic security strategy.
But who cares about my opinion? I'm just a Jew.
A study last year found that 12 percent of rough sleepers were on the autistic spectrum, and homelessness charities are now beginning to examine how best to tackle the issue.
Are they the future, or are they just an air disaster waiting to happen?
I went to Redcar to find out what happens when the industry that defines a town is taken away.
"Butcher dentist" Jacobus van Nierop, who was sentenced to eight years in prison this week, ripped out my teeth and left me to bleed.
Toronto's Chinese restaurants are hellholes for their overworked and underpaid employees.
We need to be able to oppose Islamophobia without being smeared as terrorist-sympathisers.
As the junior doctors strike got underway, angry protesters attempted to disrupt a meeting about "breaking barriers" against privatised healthcare.
An inquiry has found the 96 deaths to be the result of "gross negligence" and exonerated fans there on the day of any responsibility.
Three assailants attacked and killed Julhas Mannan, who ran the transgender magazine Roopbaan, and another person on Monday in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka. It's the second attack of its type in two days.
Disturbing allegations of sexual abuse against hip hop pioneer Afrika Bambaataa are testing the black community's ideals of masculinity.
A lawyer for the survivors of the Sandy Hook massacre explains why the recent ruling forcing the maker of Adam Lanza's gun to open its book is such a huge victory.
Are NHS A&Es really going to look like war zone field hospitals before Jeremy Hunt or the junior doctors blink?
We should probably look at our own role in the destruction of ancient artefacts.
I joined them (and Nigel Farage) for a liquid brunch at a weird St George's Day celebration to find out.
It's going to cost £2 billion to build and will probably have a Wallace and Gromit ride.
This weekend vandalised toilets in Greater Manchester led to a kid shitting herself, North Korea threatened the US with an ultimatum and more.
VICE News were there as US President Barack Obama took questions from 500 young people, who asked about everything from trade agreements to LGBT rights.