Three plaintiffs argue that the interrogation techniques designed by James Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jesse subjected them to torture in a suit filed by the ACLU.
For weeks, imports from India to Nepal have been constricted—and nobody really knows why. This is what Kathmandu looks like without gas.
VICE talks to the transgender patients desperately battling for fair treatment in the Canadian healthcare system, and the doctors who say providing this care is not only possible, but could mean the difference between life and death.
In this episode, VICE heads to the remote Neskantaga First Nation in Northern Ontario where after 20 years under a boil water advisory, they have slipped down the federal government's priority list for safe drinking water from four to 19.
Canada has the world's second-largest supply of fresh water, but 169 First Nation communities have limited or no access to it.
The CIA pulls officers out of China, Australia is criticised for its "abhorrent" treatment of asylum seekers, George R. R. Martin gets cryptic about a Game of Thrones movie, and more.
Yet more Clinton email revelations, Thailand's great firewall, another load of Cosby allegations, a new 'X-Files' trailer, and more.
Nine Catholic 20-somethings tell us what their faith means to them.
On Friday morning, thousands waited to see Pope Francis ride through lower Manhattan in his Fiat.
We went to the grand opening of Taco Bell Cantina in Chicago, America's first alcohol-serving Taco Bell.
Instead of being shamed for saying that a Muslim should never be the President of the United States, Ben Carson has seen a surge in donations and an increase in Facebook followers.
The rally, held in historic Syntagma Square, was literally painted red with SYRIZA flags and shirts, albeit not as many as January's final rally or the 'No' rally prior to July's referendum.
I just didn't understand how so many white people in American could believe that they are the primary victims of racism. So, I asked some white folks about it to find out why.
A neighbor claimed around 30 agents "tore [the house] up."
He repeatedly tried to explain to teachers and the police that the device was just a clock but wound up in handcuffs anyway.
Nine bodies have been found in the river in the last year, and the Drag the Red volunteers are doing what police won't—actually searching below the murky water.
The former governor of California takes over from the presidential candidate as the host of a show about people yelling.
The notorious Kentucky county clerk is sticking to her anti–gay marriage guns.
But is that enough?
Toure talks with political scientist Norm Ornstein about the way Republicans have managed to hijack the government and escape criticism from the media.
She's "willing to humiliate" herself to get it back.
He was greeted by a mob of protestors and journalists.
The judge ordered her not to interfere with her subordinates as they issued marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
The New York Blood Center, a prominent blood bank that usually spends its time saving lives and trying to cure diseases, recently abandoned dozens of research chimps on a chain of islands in Liberia.