This morning, Democrats stage a 16-hour sit-in for a vote on gun control legislation, Britain decides on whether to stay in the EU, Kim Jung Un claims North Korea's missiles can reach the US, and more.
Hemmed in by circumstance, Syrian refugee women often find that the simplest path to stability is marrying a man—even if that man is already married.
This morning, a man claims he was the Orlando shooter's lover, North Korea launches more missile tests, protesters gather outside Donald Trump's golf course in Scotland, and more.
This morning, a man is arrested for attempting to shoot Donald Trump, Clinton condemns the Senate for blocking gun control, the model of the car that killed Anton Yelchin was recently recalled, and more.
This morning, US diplomats call for a strike against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, British MP Jo Cox has died, Meat Loaf is in the hospital after collapsing onstage, and more.
This morning, vigils for the victims of the Orlando massacre have been held around the world, a man claiming allegiance to ISIS stabbed a French police officer and his wife to death in Paris, Kanye West launches a video game, and more.
What the Islamic State is for disenchanted young Westerners of an Islamist bent, Right Sector has become for young Europeans and American right-wingers with an antique passion for nationalism—any nationalism except for Russia's, that is.
Photographer Michela AG Iaccarino spent two years among soldiers and civilians inside the hotly disputed Russia-Ukraine border areas, and this is what she saw.
Inside the city of Kobani, which has weathered some of the worst fighting in the Syrian war.
As an African American man, this wasn't the first time I'd had a close encounter with police. But it was certainly the first time I smelled tear gas or had to don body armor.
This morning, Hillary Clinton wins the California primary, the FDA warns that people are overdosing on anti-diarrhea drugs, Edward Snowden claims the NSA is still withholding evidence about him, and more.
Check out the trailer for our upcoming episode of VICE on HBO, airing June 10 at 11 PM.
We caught up with the Afghan American artist to discuss how he's used humor and sarcasm to address sensitive issues about war and conflict in his work.
Mark Rudd, a member of the infamous Weather Underground who later came to regret the group's bombings, told us that "anyone advocating political violence is either very stupid or a cop (or both)."
This morning, Hillary Clinton wins the Puerto Rico primary, civilians trying to flee Fallujah have been killed by ISIS, a surprise Kanye gig in NYC had to be canceled after thousands of fans shut down the East Village, and more.
We spoke to men who fought for the Irish Republican Army and Ulster Volunteer Force, a former National Front member, and a man who was once involved in violent jihad.
The war photographer's new photo book, Hello Camel, exposes the surreal and darkly comic side of today's conflicts.
This morning, the victim of an apparent murder-suicide on the UCLA campus has been identified, Saudi Arabia invests $3.5 billion in Uber, marijuana-infused edibles are legal in Oregon, and more.
The war on the LGBT community—and free speech in general—in Bangladesh is intensifying with machete attacks from radical Islamists and censorship by the government.
Check out the trailer for our upcoming episode of VICE on HBO, airing June 3 at 11 PM.
This morning, Trump donates millions to vets charities after the press questions him, ISIS launches a counter-attack against Iraqi forces in Fallujah, the US has wasted billions battling the cocaine trade, and more.
In a new play, MINEFIELD, Falklands War veteran Lou Armour shares war stories with his former Argentinian enemies.
This morning, former attorney general Eric Holder says Edward Snowdon performed a "public service," airstrikes kill at least 23 in Syria, Cincinnati Zoo defends its decision to kill an endangered gorilla, and more.
Idomeni has been cleared—tents, pots, and children's drawings are scattered around the now empty makeshift camp.