VICE Reports travels to Mississippi, where the Klu Klux Klan is swelling its ranks by seeking out veterans who have just come back from Iraq and Afghanistan.
After Matthew Hoh's critical resignation letter was published, he was frozen out of Washington and became suicidal. Now he's trying to help whistleblowers have an easier time.
What does a soldier do when he's sent home from combat, still young and lascivious, but no longer able to feel his dick? He buys a sex toy from Tom Stewart, the owner of Sportsheets.
Just in time for Veterans Day, the Obama administration has announced that as many as 1,000 employees in the country's embattled VA could face disciplinary action. So why are top hospital administrators still on the agency's payroll?
VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson visited an NGO-operated hospital in Lashkar Gah, Afghanistan—one of only two in the Helmand province—to speak with the medical staff as they attempt to manage the ever-growing influx of patients.
Pakistani journalist and novelist Saba Imtiaz answers a question about the outside world posed by a Guantánamo detainee.
VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson speaks with both patients and doctors at NGO Emergency's hospital in Lashkar Gah, and gauges their expectations of an Afghanistan free from international intervention.
VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson continues his visit to an NGO-operated hospital in Lashkar Gah, Afghanistan.
As foreign forces withdraw from Afghanistan, violence is increasing. Fighting between the Afghan security forces and the Taliban is chaotic and often indiscriminate, and civilian casualties are rising, as Afghans pay the price for the West's failures.
Hired guns have long been a staple of America's war on terror, but this week four former Blackwater mercenaries were (finally) found guilty of slaughtering Iraqi civilians in 2007.
An excerpt from journalist Kevin Sites's new book, Swimming with Warlords.
This is the fourth installment of Robert Young Pelton's account of his involvement with the 2009 search for Private Bowe Bergdahl in Afghanistan.
The new book 'I Am Akbar Agha' offers unique perspective from someone who was ideologically aligned with the movement but remained independent during its years in power.
Anand Gopal talked to us about the beheading of journalists and why the US needs to stay the hell out of Iraq.
The third installment of Robert Young Pelton's account of his involvement in the 2009 search for Private Bowe Bergdahl in Afghanistan. Bergdahl, a US Army soldier and POW, is the personification of America's lack of purpose and clarity in its decade-long…
A beautiful, timeless, coming-of-age story that happens to revolve around a bloody and brutal goat-murdering horse sport.
What do you think of when you think of Afghanistan? From the coverage in mainstream American media, one may be under the impression that it's a lawless country breeding Taliban fundamentalists. But this short captures the diverse stories of the Afghani pe…
As Washington equivocates on how to deal with the scandal-plagued VA, a new generation of combat veterans is struggling with the physical and emotional trauma of our longest overseas war.
The second installment of Robert Young Pelton's account of his involvement in the 2009 search for Private Bowe Bergdahl in Afghanistan. Bergdahl, a US Army soldier and POW, is the personification of America's lack of purpose and clarity in its decade-long…
Private Bowe Bergdahl is the personification of America's lack of purpose and clarity in its decade-long wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2009 I was in Afghanistan and was involved in the search for Bergdahl from that first June morning he went missing…
The 9/11 Memorial pools that now exist on the hallowed ground where nearly 3,000 people lost their lives on September 11th, 2001 aren't exactly the ideal environment to exercise one's tastelessness.
The interpreters who worked alongside American and NATO forces in Afghanistan are among our bravest and most loyal allies. They played an essential role in sourcing intelligence and educating Western troops about the local culture. Now they're in danger o…
In part five, VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson goes to Washington, DC, to speak with US senators and representatives working to improve the situation for Afghan interpreters.
In part three, VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson travels to Athens, where many Afghan interpreters find themselves stranded with no money or home.