The United States Olympic Committee has apologized for swimmers' false claims about being robbed, Russia agrees to a 48-hour ceasefire in Aleppo, Frank Ocean drops a new visual album, and more.
The Pentagon announces the release of 15 Guantanamo detainees, Trump promises the "extreme vetting" of Muslim migrants, US Olympic runner Allyson Felix makes history winning silver, and more.
A marine has been identified as the shooter behind Baton Rouge police officer murders, Turkish authorities arrest more than 6,000 people following Friday's failed military coup, and more.
This morning, at least 84 killed in Nice after an attacker drove a truck into crowds celebrating Bastille Day, Yemeni rebels will attend UN-mediated peace talks in Kuwait today, and more.
This morning, Trump polls at 0 percent among black voters in key battleground states of Ohio and Pennsylvania, Cleveland's police confirm that protestors at next week's Republican National Convention will be allowed to carry guns, and more.
The fatal police shooting of Alton Sterling sparks protests in Louisiana, a new Iraq war report criticizes Tony Blair's role, Snoop Dogg will headline the Democratic National Convention concert, and more.
One year after the beginning of the Saudi military campaign in the country, our correspondents recall the destruction and horror they witnessed firsthand.
Check out the trailer for this Friday's episode airing March 11 at 11 PM.
This morning, Apple will contest a court order to hand over the San Bernardino gunman's iPhone data, China 'deploys' missiles to the South China Sea, Eagles of Death Metal return to play Paris' Bataclan, and more.
As tensions between the two Middle Eastern powers intensify, is there actually a chance of a shooting war breaking out? And how disastrous would that be?
How Brandon Bryant became an advocate against the use of unmanned combat drones.
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.
Yemen digs out of the rubble after Saudi airstrikes, China rescues 64 babies from human trafficking gangs, and more in today's VICE News Capsule.
Militant and extremist groups exploit the region's escalating water shortage to gain power, loyalty, and legitimacy.
Tanayah Sam was about to be convicted for armed robbery before skipping bail and heading to Yemen to study Islam—a decision that saved his life.
VICE co-founder Shane Smith heads down to Louisiana to see what sort of damage the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill is still doing to the Gulf of Mexico.
Although President Obama has made assurances that Yemen is the model for counterterrorism success, an initiative to build a rehabilitation center to house repatriated Guantánamo detainees from that country is showing little progress.
For the last 12 years, Emad Hassan has been a prisoner at Guantánamo Bay. While his diet today consists solely of intranasally administered cans of TwoCal, he misses food from the outside world a great deal. Especially his mother's zorbian.
Boxing, speed garage, racial tensions, and the collapse of the industrial heartlands—for a few years in the late 90s, all that and more was wrapped up in one of the most dazzling assholes on earth.
We talked to director Tonje Hessen Schei about her new film DRONE, young gamers getting recruited to fly UAVs, and the future of drone warfare.
Jihadists don't want money. They don't want us to release prisoners. So what do they want? I turned to Twitter to find out.
Sep 12, 2014
Since 2011, when Yemeni youths took to the streets and sparked the eventual demise of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh's regime, the country has fallen to pieces.
Mitt Romney thinks America needs to beef up its military and wrote an op-ed to that effect in the Washington Post. But why should we care what some warmongering failed politician has to say about anything?
After two of Mohammed al-Qawli's relatives were killed by a Hellfire missile, he sought to go after the telecommunications giant that provided the infrastructure that may have made the attack possible.