PUP was founded on a singular vision: genetically modified dinosaurs serving me mimosas as sentient coal trucks danced the lambada for my amusement.
Why Rand Paul kissed the Reverend's ring at breakfast this week.
Republicans are already losing their minds over the president's new executive order.
Now that the former Virginia Senator is officially running, I'm willing to bet that the sentence "The man grabbed his young son in his arms, turned him upside down, and put the boy's penis in his mouth" will resurface.
Attorneys general from 21 states are asking a federal court to overturn Maryland's ban on assault weapons. If a judge agrees, the case could be headed for the Supreme Court.
They stormed Parliament Square and paint bombed a government ministry.
Opponents of the Keystone XL have managed to stall construction of the pipeline again on Tuesday, but their fight isn't over yet.
Big Money was the real winner in this month's midterm elections. But a group of New Hampshire voters want you to know it doesn't have to be this way.
Right now there are still thousands of students running around central London playing cat and mouse with the cops.
Alexia Tsagkari, who was filming the demonstration for VICE News, was attacked by riot police in downtown Athens outside the Hilton building after clashes broke out between the anarchist bloc and the riot police.
A high-profile Uber executive suggested that the company should spend $1 million digging up dirt on journalists. We're not surprised.
More than a year after Edward Snowden first revealed the extent of the NSA's mass surveillance programs, the Senate is finally voting on a bill to curb the agency's sweeping spying powers.
With the 2016 campaign underway, the Kentucky Republican is ready to throw down over foreign policy.
Thousands of ex-pat Romanians helped Klaus Iohannis defeat incumbent Victor-Viorel Ponta in an election that centered around accusations of widespread government corruption.
More than 10,000 were on the streets again yesterday to demand the resignation of the prime minister.
Ashin Gambira led the 2007 Saffron Revolution, earning him several years of imprisonment, severe torture, and health deterioration. I spoke to him about being physically and mentally abused by the government, living in exile, and how ethnic violence serve…
Democrats and Barack Obama are losing their grip on young voters. That means if you're under age 30, your vote is back in play for 2016.
The Canadian government has a new ad campaign targeted at boomers with the stern message: if your teenager smokes weed, their brain will melt.
After years of suffering from a serious brain illness, the conservative firebrand is retiring his pitchfork. He tells us about his kinder, gentler plan to save America.
Alabama lawmakers—apparently panicked that they were going too easy on teen girls with few options—amended the state's Parental Consent Law, affording fetuses the right to legal representation in cases in which underage girls are seeking an abortion.
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?
The President has picked Loretta Lynch, a US Attorney from Brooklyn, to replace Eric Holder as Attorney General. But while she has a strong record on criminal justice reform, whether she will finally crack down on Wall Street is a whole other question.
Now that the midterms are over, we can turn our attention to the Real Election. Here's a breakdown of all the poor suckers who are running for president in 2016.
Catalan and Scottish nationalists have long fought for a similar cause. In September, just before the independence referendum, Catalan president Arthur Mas delighted Scottish nationalists when he told reporters, "I would like a yes vote in Scotland."