This morning, the US admits it mistakenly bombed an Afghan hospital, Moldova stops nuclear smugglers selling material to extremists, an Australian state gets medical weed, and more.
How did the lone-wolf shooting of Parramatta Police employee Curtis Cheng expand into a raid involving over two hundred police?
"I've seen first-hand how medicinal cannabis can change people's lives," said premier Daniel Andrews.
The largest ever one-time release of federal inmates is part of a new effort to reduce overcrowding and ease punishments for drug crimes.
Jeff Ackerman's Roseburg News-Review is a case study in why the silent majority of firearm owners is often missing from the gun debate.
With exclusive personal footage, VICE News gains an insight into the desperate trek of two Syrian refugees who give first-hand accounts of their journey, the life they left behind, and their hopes for the future.
In a town hall with VICE Canada Monday night, Trudeau got a chance to speak directly to young Canadians. But can his charm win over voters skeptical about his position on a controversial surveillance bill?
With everything that's happened this election, you could almost mistake them for genuine.
It's the second time in five years that the UK's end-of-life care has been recognized as the best in the world.
Inmates are excited about the plan to impose new caps on how much it costs to call their loved ones.
Claire Boucher is using her platform to do whatever she can to remove Canadian Conservatives from power.
The new discoveries include a fish that can (sort of) walk on land and survive for up to four days outside water, and a monkey prone to sneezing fits.
Police in California will soon be required to document and make public the ethnicity and race of every individual they stop while patrolling.
This morning, Obama prepares for another battle with Congress, an 11-year-old boy is charged with murder, Snowden makes new allegations, a former Egyptian general says America "controls the weather," and more.
With a new set of policy proposals, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is trying to change the tired national narrative around gun violence.
In this episode, VICE heads to the remote Neskantaga First Nation in Northern Ontario where after 20 years under a boil water advisory, they have slipped down the federal government's priority list for safe drinking water from four to 19.
A veteran Brooklyn cop and prosecutor explains why so many Americans are behind bars, and what needs to be done to change that.
As one human rights lawyer put it, "letting people go for a walk does not resolve the fundamental problems caused by indefinitely warehousing them on a tiny remote island."
The controversial Libertarian Senate candidate explains his pagan views, and admits he got himself into trouble by sacrificing that goat.
The most populous state in the US will allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives.
The shroud of secrecy surrounding Obama's 12-country trade deal won't be removed for quite some time.
At least nine people have died and thousands of rescue workers have been deployed to help residents escape areas that are underwater and cut off by washed-out roads.
The 2016 presidential election could determine the future of the private prison industry in the US, but its two largest corporations now take in a combined $3.2 billion in annual revenue.
"At this point, his two selling points are, 'I have a lot of experience, and I'm not Hillary Clinton.'"