The gruesome deaths of two LGBT activists are the latest in a spate of anti-secular violence in Bangladesh, where homosexuality remains a criminal offense.
Soon, the only things standing between Donald Trump and the presidency will be God and Hillary Clinton.
The government thinks you use Facebook to hook up. Better not tell them about Tinder.
The "butcher dentist," Jacobus van Nierop, who was sentenced to eight years in prison this week, ripped out my teeth and left me to bleed.
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VICE News has obtained footage taken from the headcam of an IS fighter who died in March. Unlike IS propaganda, which often presents sweeping battlefield victories, the video shows chaos, panic, and the fighters retreating.
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Cuban immigrants are heading to legal states like Colorado and California to grow dank bud and sell it back east.
With Hillary Clinton claiming victories in four out of five primaries Tuesday, the Vermont senator's campaign seems to be nearing the end. But that doesn't mean that the harsh truths he preaches are wrong.
Yet another woman has come forward with disturbing allegations against the former CBC host.
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The progressive stalwart from Massachusetts is earning plenty of buzz as a potential vice president, though she has refrained from endorsing either candidate in the Democratic primary.
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A gay panic that started with LGBTQI emojis has escalated to a full on government crackdown.
Thirty years after the worst nuclear accident in history, Chernobyl has become a tourist attraction. But just how safe is it?
This morning, millennials become the largest living generation in the US, Sanders admits he's unlikely to win as Democratic voters head to the polls in five states, two LGBT rights activists have been hacked to death in Bangladesh.
Nature does not want you to have condomless sex.
A lawyer for the survivors of the Sandy Hook massacre explains why the recent ruling forcing the maker of Adam Lanza's gun to open its book is such a huge victory.
John Fetterman, a man once dubbed America's "coolest mayor," is fighting to separate himself from the Democratic pack in Pennsylvania's Senate primary.
We should probably look at our own role in the destruction of ancient artifacts.
Three assailants attacked and killed Julhas Mannan, who ran the transgender magazine Roopbaan, and another person on Monday in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka. It's the second attack of its type in two days.
Disturbing allegations of sexual abuse against hip hop pioneer Afrika Bambaataa are testing the black community's ideals of masculinity.
John Kasich and Ted Cruz are openly colluding in an effort to stop Donald Trump from becoming the Republican nominee, but their efforts are too little, too late.
As Nigeria continues to mourn its missing girls, new research shows that Boko Haram are using an increasing number of children to carry out bombings. How are schoolgirls brainwashed into becoming terrorists?