Scenes from the final Republican debate before the South Carolina primary.
Arch-conservative, pro-lifer, opera lover, and funnyman of the Supreme Court: Antonin Scalia had many facets, and at least one very unlikely friend.
President Barack Obama says he will nominate a successor "in due time"—but Republicans are already vowing to block an appointment.
The 79-year-old member of the nation's highest court reportedly died in his sleep after quail hunting outside of Marfa, Texas.
Plans for the world power-brokered ceasefire in Syria next week appear to be on shaky ground, amid little indication that rebel groups plan to adhere to it and low confidence from the international community.
Gianna Toboni reports from France after the horrific ISIS attacks in Paris to see how the tragedy has influenced global refugee policies and changed the fight against terrorism.
A founder of the company—and creator of the ubiquitous coffee product—is seeking to redeem himself for the all the waste created by the machines.
The US Defense Department is pouring money into an extraterrestrial arms race at a time when China and Russia are increasingly asserting themselves in space.
Some guards are also accused of facilitating multi-kilo coke and meth drug deals on the outside.
We spoke to people at Clay Dragon Tattoo Studio, where you can get a Donald Trump tattoo for free, about why they would put the presidential candidate on their body.
Seven days brought seven mass shootings, but most of the carnage was confined to three events in or near night spots last weekend.
We asked active-duty New York City cops about the rare conviction of an officer for killing someone in the line of duty.
The rapper who once claimed he smoked 81 blunts a day continues to follow his destiny of becoming a major player in the pot industry.
Dennis Oland is getting life in prison for the killing of his dad, who was part of the wealthy Moosehead beer-brewing family in Canada, but many in the community think he's innocent.
In a trial that has captivated Canada, Jian Ghomeshi's defense rests on whether the judge believes the witnesses are trustworthy.
This morning, Clinton and Sanders clash over healthcare in Milwaukee, world power reach a partial ceasefire in Syria, Einstein is proved right abut gravitational waves, and more.
In the wake of the New Hampshire primary, the Democratic presidential candidates have found some new things to fight about.
Despite remaining almost silent herself, people linked to the telenovela actress say she is being scapegoated by the Mexican government and was betrayed by Sean Penn as he desperately sought an interview for his article in Rolling Stone.
VICE News travels to "Sinaloa country" in Los Angeles to meet admirers of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzman, and the entrepreneurs who are capitalizing on the drug lord's infamy.
The two Democratic candidates are in a real race now, and they won't avoid attacking each other in Thursday's Democratic debate.
The incredible lawsuit filed against the estate of slain 19-year-old engineering student Quintonio LeGrier comes at a delicate time in Chicago policing.
After escaping from Mexican prison twice, the drug cartel boss could get extradited, and Brooklyn is the early frontrunner to host his trial.
A murder in the UK area where sex workers are allowed by police to operate has raised questions about the safety of Leed's pioneering scheme.
There are many challenges to accurately counting the number of homeless people in a city with over 8 million residents, chief among them being how to decide what qualifies a person as being "homeless."