For some, the ability to travel back home outweighs the protections of asylum status in western Europe.
Healthcare premiums are going to go way, way up next year for a lot of people who rely on Obamacare.
A lawsuit from Katie McLaughlin, who married Fogle in 2010, accuses Subway of not acting on reports of the pitchman's "depravities."
The crackdown on opioids has left patients stigmatized and suffering with chronic pain.
Janet Crane alleges her intellectually disabled grandson spent most of his life being bullied, beaten, and abused in various Utah facilities. Now she's fighting for justice.
The emails and their aftermath show just how difficult it will be for Hillary Clinton to get things done from the White House
Last year, Lawrence Knight took Alcoholics Anonymous to the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal to take a stand against how non-believers have traditionally been treated in AA.
The organization has warned that barely any of your favorite apps offer the privacy protection they should.
Schwarzenegger, a Republican, has been vocal about his disdain for Trump.
On this episode of TERROR, VICE founder Suroosh Alvi traces the full story behind the terrorist group's ascent in the country, from its inception in at Camp Bucca to the battle for Mosul.
Hillary Clinton opens up a double-digit lead in new national poll, ordinary devices were used in Friday's massive cyber attacks, the AT&T buyout of Time Warner faces scrutiny, and more.
Zephyr Teachout wants to get the money out of politics, but first she has to overcome the money being spent to keep her out of Congress.
Internet users across the United States were blocked from accessing popular websites like Twitter, Reddit, HBO, Netflix, and others, as part of what officials are calling an "unprecedented" cyber attack.
US regulators will examine the merger closely for evidence of antitrust harm.
People with developmental and mental disabilities can face an especially tough time at the polls—assuming they're allowed to vote at all.
This month marks the 15th anniversary of the US invasion of Afghanistan, and the Taliban contest or control more territory than ever.
Two of these tragedies drew more sustained national media attention than any American mass shooting since Nathan Desai's late September rampage in Houston.
Congressional Republicans are already laying the groundwork to fill the first year of a potential Hillary Clinton administration with more investigations of her use of a private email server.
"I want to ask Mr. Trump, would my son have a place in your America?"
VICE News Tonight went to the town of Noble in Oklahoma to see how students, teachers, and parents are dealing with the state's major education cuts.
"Donald had some very solid minutes early on, and eventually he crossed the line and took it a little too far."
"There are three of us against the world: China, Philippines, and Russia," President Rodrigo Duterte said.
As many as 34 million Americans with disabilities could head to the polls in November, even as advocates say problems with access remain widespread.
Trump got booed for his remarks at a charity dinner, the NSA contractor who stole intelligence files will be charged under the Espionage Act, a Mexican judge approved El Chapo's US extradition, and more.