Ukraine's drug addicts have always been at risk for deadly diseases, but the precarious economic situation and the war has only increased the danger of contagion.
We asked experts if Syria's embattled leader could face prosecution for atrocities committed during the war that's torn his country apart.
In this episode from season three, Shane Smith meets with Kremlin officials and American leaders to learn what is driving the new standoff between the US and Russia.
What else are you going to do when it's New Year's Eve on the Trans-Siberian railway and your only fellow passengers are the friendly young activists from a bizarre political movement?
Rami Jarrah, also known by his alias, Alexander Page, says Russian and Syrian airstrikes are targeting residential areas, not just areas controlled by rebels or ISIS.
This is the story of Russian oligarch Sergei Polonsky's adventures in exile on his private island covered with stone penises, and what's left of his crumbling empire.
This year, we brought the wildest people and places to your screens with amazing documentaries released every week. Here's a look at the best of the best of 2015.
After 18 months of mutual swiping, we asked an expert if escalation is in the cards.
The gang's leader has garnered media attention before with statements like, "We have to burn out all the feminism and homosexuality from our Orthodox Christian country with hot steel."
We met the founder of Frigidaire, the most irreverent and unconventional magazine in Italy, at his abandoned fascist summer camp and magazine headquarters.
Something to Come, premiering on HBO Europe this week, follows a child in a Russian garbage dump over the course of 14 years.
The New York ballroom scene has spread to a European incarnation that mixes straight, gay, black, white, men, women, young, and old. Photographer Ewen Spencer has been following its parties.
Just how easy would it be for someone with runway access to put a bomb onto a plane before takeoff?
One official has already compared them to housewives.
An expert in mass communication and author of the book The Undersea Network explains why we shouldn't be too worried about Russia cutting our internet cables.
While we finally have a real explanation, identifying those responsible and getting them into a courtroom is another story.
The success of The Martian has increased public interest in NASA's mission to Mars, but so far it hasn't increased the amount of money Congress is giving NASA.
It was revealed earlier this week that Australian forces haven't flown a mission in Syria since Russia became involved. No official reason has been given.
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.
You only get out what you Putin.
Yet more Clinton email revelations, Thailand's great firewall, another load of Cosby allegations, a new 'X-Files' trailer, and more.
Sure, we'd all like to see Putin take on the Islamic State in a steel cage—but we asked an expert what he wants, realistically.
In his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly in more than a decade, the Russian president proposed an anti-ISIS alliance "similar to the anti-Hitler" coalition.
Wouldn't it be hilarious if Putin had a change of heart about LGBT rights?