The authors of the study say that critics of the controversial laws are right: Requiring voters to show photo ID before casting ballots tilts election results rightward.
Debate pyrotechnics between Cruz and Trump last night only underscores how harmonious their rhetoric and appeal is to conservative supporters.
After the parties all failed to win a majority of the votes, they face the tough task of forming a government.
Parliament must consider the petition, which has 400,000 signatures, but will the British government do to Trump what Trump has threatened to do to Muslims?
The Front National won around 30 percent of the votes in the first round of France's regional elections on Sunday. I asked our colleagues from VICE France to explain what the hell is going on in their country.
He went into office promising to modernize Indonesia. How has he fared in his first 15 months?
As early results point to Aung San Suu Kyi's party taking victory in Myanmar, here's what the election looked like on the ground.
As the results of the nation's first free election in 25 years are being released, it's looking like it's going to be a landslide victory for Aung San Suu Kyi's party, the National League of Democracy (NLD).
Sometimes we get a glimpse of our politicians' true human forms.
The thought of four more years of Harper was like an evil ghost climbing up my asshole and shaking me to the core.
He's almost as aggravating as the real Stephen Harper.
They all, like, have opinions, man.
Everyone is talking about how sexy the new leader of Canada is, but how do his looks stack up to the prime ministers who have gone before him?
Some of them won. Some of them lost. But they're all losers to us.
After a long, strange, and scandal-filled campaign season, Canadians gave the Liberal Party a massive, unexpected victory.
Justin Trudeau is going to be Canada's new prime minister.
What better way to endure campaign propaganda than with a few shots?
A change in government could have a generational impact on the scientific community.
Watch as Matty asks Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper two questions, fraternizes with his new friends on the media bus, and chats with protesters at Conservative rallies.
Visual graphics mad scientist Nick DenBoer satirizes some of the most memorable Canadian campaign ads from this election cycle.
Vivek Krishnamurthy explains why the debate over face coverings in Canada is such BS.
The brother of Toronto's notorious ex-mayor told VICE that reports of Harper's remarks were "hearsay."
The discussion reportedly focused on policing, prisons, and the political rhetoric around race in the United States.
Is Harper ignorant about science and statistics, or does he just know how annoying it is to put up with dealers?