With approximately 1,200 Republicans running for president, the 2016 primary debates will be a test of just how much crazy the GOP can stand.
The 2016 Republican Presidential candidate has affirmed his support to the Duggars, whose eldest son Josh is currently embroiled in a child molestation scandal.
With his presidential hopes fading, the New Jersey governor is resorting to some creative revisionism about the scandal that brought down his career.
Illuminati-loving police impersonators were in court Thursday, but so far they've stayed quiet on what they're up to and why there's a photo of one of them with Bill Clinton.
They just made it impossible for welfare recipients to withdraw more than $25 a day from their accounts at ATMs, a new rule that might violate federal law.
JP Morgan Chase, Barclays, Citigroup, and Royal Bank of Scotland have to pay billions in fines after pleading guilty to activities that sound straight out of The Wolf of Wall Street.
The list includes A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam, a couple of video game guides, and the Adobe Acrobat manual.
"I will not let the Patriot Act, the most unpatriotic of acts, go unchallenged."
Progressive activists in the first-in-nation primary state are eagerly embracing Democratic candidates looking to challenge the party's heir apparent.
The bipartisan legislation—named for two NYPD officers who were murdered in their patrol car in December—will ensure that officers are aware of threats against them as quickly as possible.
The head covering is worn by a tiny minority of Canadian women, but it could become an issue in this fall's federal election
The city council of the second largest city in American just passed a major minimum wage hike by a vote of 14-1.
In the final part of the series, Secretary Carter speaks about how the Edward Snowden revelations have affected the NSA and big tech, and about his push to bring Silicon Valley innovation to the Department of Defense.
Just how bad is the Patriot Act? Bad enough for the ACLU and the Tea Party to agree on something, apparently.
In response to a FOIA lawsuit filed by VICE News, Clinton's emails will be made available to VICE News and other organizations that sued for the records before they are released to the public.
As a CIA employee conducted research for a clandestine review of the agency's 'enhanced interrogation program,' she discovered falsehoods in the official narrative put forth by both the CIA and President George W. Bush.
In the third segment of a four-part series, Shane Smith asks the Pentagon chief about the recent surge of violence in Afghanistan and what US withdrawal means for Afghan people.
Terrorists around the world shudder at mere mention of his name.
Stay tuned for the president's first Dubsmash video.
Mitt Romney's charity fight against Evander Holyfield points to an obvious truth about running for president: if you lose, nothing you do afterward will quite compare to being the leader of the free world.
Part 2 of VICE Founder Shane Smith's interview with the secretary of defense tackles the issue of multiple and competing militia fighting the insurgency.
The youth music center Sanders opened as mayor of Burlington in the 1980s is now the country's oldest all-ages DIY venue renowned for its punk scene.
Advocates hope the ruling will encourage other states to reevaluate their own programs.
On Wednesday, the US House of Representatives passed a bill to rein in the NSA's dragnet phone surveillance programs. But as the debate moves to the Senate, it's not clear whether we're debating a phone dragnet or an Internet one.