The end of a brutal siege could be a badly needed victory for the Iraqi army—or an opportunity for ISIS to score more propaganda points.
In comparison to the current crop of candidates, the sitting president is starting to look better and better.
Alternatives to holding suspects hostage for amounts they can't pay are gaining traction nationwide.
Intimate photos of the cramped living quarters the refugees themselves call "boxes."
This morning, Obama says he approved the drone strike that killed a Taliban leader to stop threats to US troops in Afghanistan, thousands of refugees are being removed from a Greek camp, Shia LaBeouf is asking people to drive him around, and more.
As the Vermont senator's presidential campaign nears its uncertain end, third-party candidate Jill Stein is selling herself as the next best thing.
Members of the gun group say they hoped to see the presumptive Republican presidential nominee prove his commitment to their cause. One of the NRA's top lobbyists says, "Get over it."
We touched on the recent removal of the police chief, racist text messages, and Donald Trump.
The 13 plaintiffs are among thousands whose immigration applications have been flagged for "national security concerns," which some say is a result of ethnic and religious discrimination.
Check out the trailer for our upcoming episode of VICE on HBO, airing May 27 at 11 PM.
For our documentary Cash For Kim, we spoke to Dr. Remco Breuker, an expert on forced North Korean labour in the EU.
Most of just lose our dignity after going too hard. Not this guy.
Researchers from McGill University have found a way that one day could help addicts from relapsing.
A Pokémon fan is turning the famously happy monsters into potty-mouthed menaces.
The organizers of LA Pride sparked controversy after rebranding Pride into a music festival featuring headliners Carly Rae Jepsen and Charlie XCX.
Trump knew the idea was "fairly controversial."
We talked to 'Manufactured Landscapes' photographer Edward Burtynsky about Kenya's ivory burn, Fort McMurray wildfires, and the impact of 3D printing.
The old allegation against the former president came up during an interview on Fox News.
Estimates put the oil industry at a $770 million loss, and more evacuations have been ordered as the fire moves north.
It's just one of at least a dozen key facts about the US criminal justice system that remain murky at best.
US officials are scrambling to deal with the potential spread of the virus, and some fear that the anti-abortion political climate will make things more complicated for pregnant women who want to be tested for it.
A new poll is just the latest piece of evidence that while everyone hates Obamacare, the idea of letting the government take over health insurance is actually pretty popular.
It's Coachella for the Margaritaville set.
This morning, it's revealed the government is losing out on $28 billion in annual tax revenue by keeping medical weed illegal, world powers agree to arm Libya to help it fight ISIS, Twitter will loosen its 140 character limit, and more.