The cellphone video filmed by Keith Scott's wife does not settle police claims that he was armed at the time of the altercation.
Protests broke out after cops looking for an unrelated suspect shot a black man they claim was armed.
Forty-year-old Terence Crutcher was shot and killed on the side of the road by cops in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The show was a condemnation of economic exploitation and an expression of designer Kerby Jean-Raymond's own struggles. To get an idea of how it all came together, we spoke to the creative team Raymond tapped to work on the show.
How the police shooting of a mentally ill black man has flown under the radar in 2016 America.
We spoke with Ed Berenson, author of The Statue of Liberty: A Transatlantic Story, about the little-known origins of the iconic statue in New York Harbor.
A political polling expert talks through the sometimes thorny process of measuring racial resentment.
It took being gaslit on Twitter for me to realize that we won't be able to have serious discussions about diversity while white fragility exists.
The company is trying to keep hosts from discriminating against renters by having users agree to a "community commitment," as well as getting rid of profile photos.
But Pence doesn't think Trump needs to apologize for it.
The cohost of the new podcast 2 Dope Queens is having a moment.
After a cop killed his son, Nicholas Heyward Sr. became a mentor to the Black Lives Matter movement. His crusade may finally pay off.
As the Republican nominee makes overtures to minority voters, he's pursuing a strategy of dividing and conquering.
We caught up with the longtime pro to talk about why race plays no part in skateboarding and how he's stayed so happy for so long.
By dismissing Donald Trump and his supporters as racists, the Democratic candidate ignores the economic and political anxieties that allowed him to thrive in the first place.
A number of actions are planned across the country.
Trump says he might soften his immigration strategy, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake leaves dozens dead in central Italy, Tesla unveils a new "milestone" battery, and more.
We spoke to Garnette Cadogan, whose brilliant essay in The Fire This Time shows how walking is yet another arena where a black person must tread carefully.
The director of early Oscar favorite The Birth of a Nation was acquitted after a 1999 rape allegation, but that was another era when it comes to how sexual assault is discussed in America.
Can—and should—we separate the actions of artists from the content of their art?
Mafia III has all the sights and sounds of the 60s, but are they more than just window dressing?
About 20 white activists waved confederate flags outside the city's NAACP headquarters, calling for the organization to "hold their people accountable."
We caught up with the host to talk about the abrupt end of The Nightly Show, pushing boundaries, and being seen as "too old to be fucking around."
In this installment of our web series Justice, VICE examines how small municipalities turn policing into profit to create modern-day debtors' prisons.