Historically, the Conservatives haven't needed young voters to win—but that could be changing.
Ramzi Kassem, who has represented 14 Guantánamo inmates in federal court, explains why moving the notorious prison to the continental United States won't make the abuses of power go away.
A look at life inside Hebron, where Palestinians' everyday lives are hemmed in by a system of soldiers, checkpoints, barricades, and violence.
A convoluted case shows the lengths the authorities will go to bring terrorism charges, even when the targets have little chance of carrying out their threats.
He dropped his gun while protecting the store from terrorists.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha described the bombing, which killed at least 22 people, as "the worst incident that has ever happened in Thailand."
One vacationer even had a mystery liquid labeled "fuel" poured over him by a guy with a crudely drawn-on beard and an improvised headdress.
Islamic State recruiters reportedly told them a girl in the city is planning to strike.
Combat between al Qaeda and the Islamic State is already a reality, and it's poised to shape the landscape of terrorism the rest of the world has to contend with for years to come.
They were shot, faced mock execution, and were left to rot in jail because they were traveling with a group of rebel fighters on the way to investigate an oil company.
They're afraid of a Wet Hot Islamic State Summer.
The Prime Minister's crackdown on "extremism" is really a crack down on British Muslims.
The 24-year-old Jordanian was a high school wrestler whose senior yearbook quote read, "My name causes national security alerts. What does yours do?"
"I feel privileged to be attacked by ISIS because it means the message is as strong as their weapons and their violence."
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.
A look at how drug trafficking's massive profits feed high-level corruption, and how American policy is fanning the flames.
From fear to sentimentality to skepticism, a tour through American cinema after 9/11.
A series of fires at predominantly black churches since the horrific shooting in Charleston, South Carolina—including two blazes in the same state—have raised the specter of copycat racial violence.
We talked to author and security analyst Peter Singer about why the next war will be so much scarier than past ones, and whether there's anything we can do about it.
To be a white terrorist in American cinema is to enjoy a very basic right: to be complicated, to be messy, to be human.
Former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell sat down with VICE News for a candid discussion about the Iraq war and the CIA's "enhanced interrogation" program.
Days after thanking the broadcaster in Parliament, the Prime Minister has accused the ABC of betraying the nation.
We spoke to French-English journalist Manon Loizeau, who recently went back to Chechnya years after the end of its devastating war to make a new documentary.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has already said she hopes the 21-year-old alleged church shooter receives the death penalty.