Trump claims he was holding back during the debate, former Israeli president Shimon Peres dies at 93, Elon Musk announces his a plan to colonize Mars, and more.
Snap polls suggest Hillary Clinton won the first debate, Colombia's government and the FARC rebel group sign a peace deal, water plumes may have been spotted above Jupiter's moon, and more.
Obama has threatened a veto.
Michael Phelps wins his 19th Olympic gold medal in Rio, Iran executes alleged US spy Shahram Amiri, Suicide Squad takes home $135 million in its first weekend, and more.
"I am not telling anyone how to think or feel about Saudi Arabia. I'm not interested in providing answers or definitions."
Obama is set to endorse Clinton, NASA made it to Jupiter, France is considering a new intelligence service, and more.
A muslim doctor was shot outside a Texas mosque, the death toll in the Baghdad bombing has risen to at least 200, China has plans for military drills in the South China Sea, and more in today's Morning Bulletin.
This morning, the Orlando nightclub shooter was on the FBI's radar, LA police have stopped a man headed to Pride with a car full of weapons, South Korea stops a North Korean cyber attack, and more.
This morning, the victim of an apparent murder-suicide on the UCLA campus has been identified, Saudi Arabia invests $3.5 billion in Uber, marijuana-infused edibles are legal in Oregon, and more.
One year after the beginning of the Saudi military campaign in the country, our correspondents recall the destruction and horror they witnessed firsthand.
Check out the trailer for this Friday's episode airing March 11 at 11 PM.
Since VICE visited the country in 2015 their own citizens have become one of the largest groups of foreign fighters to join the Islamic State. Despite this, the US maintains that our commitment to the country is greater than ever.
As tensions between the two Middle Eastern powers intensify, is there actually a chance of a shooting war breaking out? And how disastrous would that be?
A roundup of which nation-states humankind should be worried about this year.
Though Saudi Arabia captured headlines last week by executing 47 people in a single day, in recent years more and more nations have banned capital punishment.
In this episode from season three, we learn how America's Arab ally is defending itself from terrorism, and travel to Europe to meet the young people who want to join ISIS.
The ban is the latest sign that relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran are rapidly deteriorating.
The NBA is speaking out against gun violence, tornados swept across the American South, and the Syrian government says it's ready for peace talks.
Ashraf Fayadh friends and family say that the poet—who is accused of apostasy and writing love poems that were allegedly anti-Islamic—is formally fighting his sentence.
News of his upcoming execution has made international headlines, but the harsh court ruling just underscores how hard it is to be an artist in Saudi Arabia.
There were many men with guns before one shot Malala.
The US Secretary of State announced plans that could lead to other groups ganging up on the Islamic State in the near future.
From China to Saudi Arabia to the US, the UK's allies have engaged in some pretty shady behavior over the years.
If he was another inch to his right, things could have gone much differently.