The role of the press in the turbulent conflict playing out in the Gaza Strip is becoming more and more a part of the story.
Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova spent 21 months in jail after performing an anti-Putin "punk prayer" in a cathedral. The two, likening their prosecution and detention to torture, and suing.
Disinformation and labels such as 'illegals' and 'queue jumpers' forms a barrier to empathy and stops Australians from seeing asylum seekers as actual people.
VICE News traveled to Medellin to meet gang members—along with top cartel leaders and assassins—who revealed the inner workings of the city's modern-day cocaine industry.
Twenty-five years ago, crack use was exploding and even brought down the mayor of the United States capital. A crime reporter for the Washington Post covered the drama while dealing with a crack addiction of his own.
Working on the San Diego Police Department's vice squad is like being a fraternity bro with a gun holster—which is why 30 strippers are now suing the SDPD for what they call harassment from the cops.
As humans drive animals into extinction across the globe, the big winners are rats—and the parasites and plagues they carry with them.
The billionaire oil barons want you to think they're selfless libertarian ideologues following their hearts, but following the money tells a different story.
Miami street artist AholSniffsGlue's lawsuit against douchey clothier American Eagle Outfitters for "blatant, unlawful, and pervasive infringement" could be a landmark case for artists' rights. But does he have a case? We asked a lawyer to weigh in.
Informed consent laws require doctors to give state-mandated information that can be inaccurate or misleading to women seeking abortions. The Dark Lord is no fan of such laws.
Oil trains charging through North America are derailing and exploding—resulting in severe environmental damage and human casualties.
Throwing people in jail for not knowing the ins and outs of every state's gun control laws is pretty crazy, but it keeps happening across the US.
The second installment of Robert Young Pelton's account of his involvement in the 2009 search for Private Bowe Bergdahl in Afghanistan. Bergdahl, a US Army soldier and POW, is the personification of America's lack of purpose and clarity in its decade-long…
Mass surveillance programs are chilling the rights of journalists and lawyers, and weakening democratic institutions in the process, according to a new report authored by Human Rights Watch and the ACLU.
After being forced from shacks, derelict buildings, and their own families, many homeless LGBT Jamaicans have found refuge in the storm drainage systems of Kingston—known locally as the gully.
In addition to fighting the virus itself, doctors must contend with misinformation, hostile relatives, and dangerous funeral practices.
Missouri is now the only state without a prescription drug monitoring program, meaning it's the best place to get hooked on oxycodone, or start your own pill trafficking operation.
Tens of thousands descended on London to show their support for Gaza. A handful of anti-semites and conspiracy theorists joined in, but for the most part everyone was reasonable.
The group, who are being held at Western Australia's Curtin detention centre, are the first boat people to arrive in the country for six months.
Russian opposition activists jailed for inciting mass riots, suicide bomb attacks target a cleric and a former president in northern Nigeria, Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar can't get health care, and cargo ships are killing endangered blue whales off America…
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) is packed with judges who own stock in the telecom companies handing over data to the government.
VICE News travels to the Dominican Republic, site of a looming environmental and economic crisis many experts believe is the result of climate change.
Earlier this month, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stood in a parking lot in Camden—one of America's poorest and most dangerous cities—and said that it was time for the city to "make its new history." The cost for that new history: $342 million in tax…
After thousands of Iraqi Christians have been forced to flee the embattled city of Mosul in the last week, video emerged on Thursday of Islamic State militants destroying the Tomb of Jonah in a matter of seconds.