Hillary Clinton targets red states as poll lead grows, Trump accuses House Speaker Paul Ryan of (maybe) wanting his campaign to fail, WikiLeaks says Ecuador cut Julian Assange's internet access, and more.
Facebook has a controversial plan to bring free internet to the US, Hurricane Matthew batters Florida, and more.
Florida braces itself for Hurricane Matthew, Drake postpones upcoming shows due to an ankle injury, and more.
For the past decade, Puerto Rican officials have sent nearly 800 heroin users to the mainland United States to get treatment. Many of them end up in Chicago, still using drugs and living on the streets.
Nine people were killed and 40 more were injured in Chicago gun violence over the weekend, LAX was evacuated after police received false reports of gunshots, the US accepts its 10,000th Syrian refugee, and more.
Bernie Sanders officially announced his new progressive organization, a truck bomb hit a police building in Turkey, some plants in Baltimore are addicted to meth, and more.
Aug 16, 2016
Cleve Heidelberg says his only mistake on a fateful night in 1970 was lending his car to a cop killer. Forty-six years later, he's still in prison.
The fatal shot is not depicted, but the footage does show cops shooting at the teen from behind as he's driving a stolen car.
This morning, Obama approves airstrikes in Afghanistan, thousands are expected to line the streets of Louisville today to mourn Muhammad Ali, Google's co-founder is funding flying car startups, and more.
In 1971, just after returning to boxing and losing to Joe Frazier and just before his case went to the Supreme Court, Muhammad Ali picked up an unsuspecting 19-year-old thumbing a ride in Chicago.
Relief, gratitude, paranoia, and keeping a butcher's knife under your pillow.
Everything you need to know about the world this morning, curated by VICE.
Chef Frank Pinello recreates a recipe inspired by Chicago pizza legend Burt Katz, who he met while hosting MUNCHIES' digital series The Pizza Show.
From being used as target practice to enduring physical and verbal abuse to an utter lack of accountability, it's what locals have been saying all along.
But it was another rough week for Chicago, which is having an unusually brutal year even by its own standards.
Sky-high unemployment in communities of color is a key factor behind a massive spike in gun violence so far this year.
This morning, the CIA left "explosive training material" on a school bus, Trump's favorability ratings tumble, architects pay tribute to Zaha Hadid, and more.
Camiella Williams bought her first gun in sixth grade. She mourned her first dead friend in high school. Now, she is fighting to save other Chicago kids, however long the odds.
The filmmakers sit down with the Creators Project to discuss how their new film, Creative Control, explores what happens when humans misuse technology.
Mar 11, 2016
After a string of violent confrontations at Trump rallies, activists in Chicago were ready for a battle.
State's Attorney Anita Alvarez is struggling under the weight of a national criminal justice reform wave—and plenty of local anger—as she tries to win another term next week.
Even in a coarsened city, the grisly killing was seen as uniquely heinous, its victim a fourth-grade student.
After serving 12 years in prison, Cobe Williams joined community outreach program Ceasefire, working to help end the cycle of violence on Chicago's South Side.
Then Noisey meets one of Uganda's biggest music stars, Bobi Wine.