Today at the UK Parliament, some people sat on some other people's faces while every living photographer in England took photos of it. We had a chat with some of the face sitters.
The recent ruckus over the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner has led to some tough conversations about race at Columbia Law School.
News reports on protests that focus on broken windows or a shop's momentary loss of income are missing the broader context of why people take to the streets to demand change.
Little seems to have changed since December 2008, when Alexandros Grigoropoulos was murdered by a police officer in Athens.
The ARU's handling of a player's arrest at a coal mine protest was lame.
If somebody doesn't step up to readjust Occupy Hong Kong's paradigm—and soon—the movement will surely flatline.
Billing themselves as volunteer security for local businesses and residents, the watch group took to the rooftops in Missouri, apparently to the surprise of some residents.
When police forces intercepted students from the Teachers College of Ayotzinapa in Mexico en route to a protest in Iguala, six students were fatally shot and 43 were abducted.
A crowd has gathered outside the capital's US embassy—a full report will be on VICE tomorrow.
A man who infamously took a sexually explicit photo of a 15-year-old girl who later committed suicide won't do jail time thanks to a judge's ruling yesterday.
In this month's presidential elections, only 161,000 of the 4 million people who make Romania's diaspora have been able to cast their ballots.
Brisbane will host the 2014 Group of 20 from November 14 to 16. Should residents be worried about similar scenes to Toronto in 2010?
After eight austerity budgets and years of massive unemployment and waves of emigration, the Emerald Isle is witnessing its largest protest movement in decades.
On Thursday, around 200 people turned up to wave placards and shout about the party they used to trust turning into a group of treacherous bastards.
The group known as the Future broke into the unironically named Oil and Money Conference in London shouting "Oil is fucking our future and we are fighting back!" They're pretty excited about it.
At a Sunday gathering of the Hooligans Against Salafists, fans overturned a riot van and 44 police officers were injured in the ensuing violence.
VICE News traveled to Dublin, where thousands of people marched through the city center, calling for real and realistic abortion access in Ireland.
Naturally, this led to outrage, and a protest in the offending store. Despite the rain, around 1,000 showed up to kiss each other and show that homophobia wasn't welcome in Brighton.
Photographs of some of the countless illustrations on display at Occupy Central.
Bizarrely, he risks being charged for "apology for fascism"—and might have to find himself a lawyer.
I joined them at a bonfire where they symbolically cut ties with their former company after their rates were slashed yet again by the ridesharing giant.
I spoke to one of the creators of FireChat, a smartphone app that allows users to connect to other smartphones without the use of WiFi or cellular networks.
We went to the anti-mosque protest in Maroochydore.
Two French journalists who have been trapped in a West Papuan jail for more than 40 days. Depending on how things pan out they could face 20 years behind bars.