The big takeaway from the 25th Annual ASIS NYC Security Conference and Expo was that catastrophe could strike at any moment, and the only way to stop it was through beefed-up and intrusive security initiatives.
A woman dies every eight minutes from unsafe abortion. These activists are trying to change that.
You can't design every single possible death out of a system, as Germanwings flight 4U9525 showed.
Boston residents celebrated the Patriots' victory with a good old-fashioned wank sesh.
An explosion kills at least two people at a Mexico City maternity hospital, Uganda uses drones to protect wildlife, and more news from around the world.
This week, Kenyan lawmakers approve controversial anti-terror legislation, PETA uncovers a shocking dog-skin trade in China, and the US Navy shows off a drone that looks like it belongs in Jaws.
Last Thursday, just a day after releasing video of their new laser guns in action, the US Navy tested the frickin' sharks upon whose heads they might theoretically mount them.
America's favorite chain restaurant introduced a fleet of mistletoe-carrying drones for the holiday season, which seemed like a stupid idea even before one of them cut somebody's face open.
The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today we talk about the drones patrolling the US-Mexico border and an investigator's probe into World Cup bids.
In this post-9/11 era of national security state excesses, the largest police department in America is freaking out over the possibility of weaponized drone attacks by developing its own drone program.
A Georgia man is dead because cops raided his house on what turned out to be a phony tip from an informant. How often does this sort of thing happen?
Obama's Attorney General announced on Thursday that he was leaving his post, ending a controversial, but influential, reign as the country's top cop.
California lawmakers just passed new limits on how police can use drones, but some argue that only legitimizes their use—and that police shouldn't have them at all.
Sep 12, 2014
Since 2011, when Yemeni youths took to the streets and sparked the eventual demise of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh's regime, the country has fallen to pieces.
Mitt Romney thinks America needs to beef up its military and wrote an op-ed to that effect in the Washington Post. But why should we care what some warmongering failed politician has to say about anything?
Glenn Weyant uses the massive steel beams that mark the border between the US and Mexico to make weird, alien-like music. It's not just about art—it's also about activism.
The Pakistani military's operation began on June 15 following the breakdown in peace negotiations between the government and the Pakistani Taliban after an attack on the Karachi airport by the Pakistani Taliban and Uzbek militants. That attack served as a…
On Thursday, a panel made up of former military and intelligence officials released the most thorough examination yet of America's fondness for the remote-controlled flying death machines commonly known as drones.
Schoolchildren in West Wales are told they have a choice in careers, and it goes a little something like this: farmer, fisherman, drunk, drone pilot. But now even the last option is becoming less and less viable.
#NotABugSplat is meant to show people coming together to say, "We exist." In short, it's like Banksy meets Kony 2012: Straight-up, uncut internet heroin.
Dolphins are currently known for being smart and having good sex. With a smart rebrand, drones could be thought of as just as cute and cuddly as the marine mammal.
Once-great American manufacturing cities like Detroit and Cleveland are full of rusting scrap metal. Tonight on VICE on HBO, David Choe meets the people who risk their lives to find scrap metal, visits the scrapyards that buy scrap, and follows the…
This morning, Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead at the age of 46 in his Manhattan apartment. It's hard to think of an actor who has been in more vital movies, each with pitch-perfect performances, in the last two decades.
It takes too long for the US military to acquire new fighting machines. Ben FitzGerald, a rising star in future war strategy circles, thinks he can fix this problem with 3D printing, robotic assembly lines, and drones. A lot of them.