There are two things you should never watch: sausage-making and law-making. Both will make you lose your appetite. Or so the old adage goes.
Hillary Clinton says fake news is a dangerous "epidemic," court docs tease Mark Zuckerberg's political ambitions, South Korean parliament votes to impeach President Park Geun-hye, and more.
The fight drew everyone's attention. My hands automatically balled into ready fists.
Glenn, who died Thursday at the age of 95, was the first US astronaut to orbit Earth, the third American in space, a four-term senator for Ohio, and a one-time presidential candidate.
We spoke to the filmmaker behind a new documentary about the abduction and sale of women as brides in China.
The former Tamil Nadu chief minister, Jayalalithaa, died on Monday. The actress turned politician is no stranger to controversy, and her death has been no exception.
In picking John Kelly, Donald Trump passed over more obvious choices in favor of yet another retired general for his cabinet.
Puzder—the guy who oversees the Carl's Jr. and Hardee's franchises—has been an outspoken critic of Obamacare and has argued against raising the minimum wage.
The government has described the synthetic weed Spice as "the most serious threat to the safety and security of the prison system," and it's not wrong.
The quake could be felt as far south as the Bay Area and up north into Oregon, but wasn't strong enough to cause any property damage or injuries.
The former Senator from Ohio and Bernie surrogate says the answer is plain and simple: "We need to give a shit about the people."
The maze of abortion restrictions in Mike Pence's Indiana offer a preview.
Trump chooses climate change sceptic to lead the EPA, two teens charged with arson in Tennessee wildfires, Assad says taking control of Aleppo would be a "huge step" toward winning civil war, and more.
"If you go back 40 to 50 years, people thought, I'm only going to have a drink or two because it relaxes me, so I'm a safer driver, a calmer driver."
Republicans control both parts of Congress and the White House, but that doesn't mean their time in power will
As Oklahoma's attorney general, Scott Pruitt has spent a lot of time suing the very department he might soon be running.
In addition to having four decades of military experience, the retired four-star Marine general is also the highest-ranking military officer to ever have a child killed in combat in Afghanistan or Iraq.
Greg McKelvey is rapidly becoming the new face of left-wing protest politics in one of America's most left-wing cities.
He doesn't appear to be what the feds consider a "prohibited purchaser"—a.k.a. a person flagged in the federal background check system—despite a history of drug crimes and drunk driving
We sat down with the white nationalist in Washington, DC, on VICE News Tonight to find out if the alt-right movement is really as strong as the media makes it out to be.
"I don't think that we have ever seen one person operating in such an unconventional way have an impact on the events of the year," the magazine wrote.
When the Army Corps of Engineers announced Monday that it would consider alternate routes for the Dakota Access Pipeline, a looming reality tempered the celebrations at Standing Rock: Everything could change when Donald Trump takes office.
Protestors dominate white supremacist event at Texas A&M, investigators suspect a refrigerator may have caused the Oakland fire, Michael Flynn's son forced out of Trump transition team, and more.
Reformers and experts point to the makeup of the jury and a history of police escaping accountability in America.