Michael Phelps wins his 21st gold medal in Rio, newly released emails revive questions about the Clinton Foundation's relationship to the State Department, Trump denies his gun rights remark was a veiled threat, and more.
This morning, Trump polls at 0 percent among black voters in key battleground states of Ohio and Pennsylvania, Cleveland's police confirm that protestors at next week's Republican National Convention will be allowed to carry guns, and more.
And you'll be able to buy an English translation just in time for Christmas.
This morning, members of the New Black Panther Party will bring arms to the Black Unity rally in Cleveland, President Obama is hosting a meeting today with civil rights activists and police, and more.
Five officers are dead following a sniper attack on a peaceful police protest in Dallas, the State Department has reopened the email probe on Hillary Clinton, and more.
A specialty visa program that helps Afghan translators who worked with the US military might not get renewed, leaving thousands without their promised reward.
Mike, a 54-year-old dance teacher from England, spent six months in Iraq battling the Islamic State. We spoke to him about his time there and how he thinks the battle can be won.
This morning, a man claims he was the Orlando shooter's lover, North Korea launches more missile tests, protesters gather outside Donald Trump's golf course in Scotland, and more.
AIRWARS is fighting to keep a tally of the civilian victims of the war being waged on the Islamic State from above.
The centuries-old Hamawand tribe clashed with the Ottomans, the British, and Saddam. Now they're fighting the Islamic State—with American help.
The war photographer's new photo book, Hello Camel, exposes the surreal and darkly comic side of today's conflicts.
This morning, Trump donates millions to vets charities after the press questions him, ISIS launches a counter-attack against Iraqi forces in Fallujah, the US has wasted billions battling the cocaine trade, and more.
Everything you need to know about the world this morning, curated by VICE.
In 2005, cabaret performer Iestyn Edwards auditioned for what he thought would be a good gig singing for officers in London. Instead, he ended up taking his drag ballerina act to Camp Bastion.
An excerpt from Consequence, a new memoir from a former interrogator about torture and its aftermath.
Earlier this year Chris Shearer hopped a flight from Melbourne to ISIS-ravaged northern Iraq, where he hoped to learn the ropes of war journalism.
Mar 24, 2016
This morning, Flint's water crisis inquiry finds the state ignored warning signs, Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam appears in court in Brussels, John Kasich has refused to quit the race for the Republican presidential nomination, and more.
After the San Bernardino shootings and the tragic terrorist attacks in Paris, I asked some of my friends, who have dabbled in extremism, what the draw is for so many young muslims.
This morning, Barack Obama will make an 'historic' visit to Cuba, Turkey has vows to retaliate after a car bomb killed 28 people in Ankara, Nike dumps Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao for being a homophobe, and more.
In advance of the HBO special airing at 10 PM EST on Sunday, we talked to reporter Ben Anderson about what it was like to speak to an ISIS fighter who said he would kill him if he got the chance.
In anticipation of our new VICE on HBO Special Report, Fighting ISIS, premiering January 31, here's a special sneak peek from the documentary.
This morning, Oregon occupiers reject the county sheriff's offer of a "safe escort" home, a US Hellfire missile is accidentally shipped to Cuba, South Korea blasts K-Pop over the North Korean border, and more.
Kurdo started his 2015 helping out in refugee camps in Syria. By the end of the year he'd made the perilous journey across Europe and applied for asylum in the UK.
Molly Crabapple went to the Domiz refugee camp in Iraqi Kurdistan to record the stories of Syrians forced from their homes by war and suffering.