Jimmy Wales talked to us about the need to be on the lookout for threats to a free and open internet.
We like to imagine "hackers" as hoodie-wearing code geniuses, but the real threats, it turns out, are way more mundane.
Check out the trailer for our upcoming episode of VICE on HBO, airing May 27 at 11 PM.
Egyptian officials suggested terrorism may be the culprit, and Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were quick to weigh in after 66 people were presumed dead.
Some experts say it's only a matter of time before the heart of the European Union sees tragedy.
They could have probably saved a solid $1,399,999.75 if they just gave agents a quarter to flip.
I went on patrol with sleepy Frinton-on-Sea's new team of private bouncers.
A family of five have been fast-tracked to Perth because the mother is pregnant and will be soon unable to fly.
The government has already launched a series of police raids and bombed the Islamic State in Syria, but what's next?
Just how easy would it be for someone with runway access to put a bomb onto a plane before takeoff?
Does CISA mean that the government will one day be able to see that you're reading this right now? Maybe!
Women are often forced to line up for hours to access pads and tampons. Many bleed through their clothes and are forced to make due with tent cloths.
"Anyone who kills friends of mine has made himself my target. I won't stop until ISIS is destroyed."
Ben Rubenstein got a $100,000 grant to help him study how machine learning can go wrong.
Last week, as millions of Americans got hyped about the Fourth of July, two men brutally tortured by the US government were quietly released from prison.
The proliferation of threats across the Middle East has forced the US to focus its defense strategy on bolstering the military capabilities of its strongest ally in a region perpetually gutted by turmoil.
The CIA released declassified versions of five internal documents "related to the Agency's performance in the lead-up to the attacks."
We asked people shut out of clubs in Newtown what they thought the problem was.
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.
The 2011 earthquake in Christchurch affected everyone in the city's limits, but one group who are still peculiarly disadvantaged are sex workers.
An investigation by the Associated Press uncovered five instances where intruders actually made it onto airplanes.
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All the targeted churches were Catholic and have previous links to sexual abuse.
This month an Invercargill public pool has been battling to uncover the identity of a mystery pooper.
A new report suggests the US intelligence apparatus is improving amid growing civil liberties concerns in post 9/11 America.