The inmate, who contributed to a series of VICE stories about the detention center, has been cleared for release since 2007 but will now—at last—get to return to his family.
Lawsuit claims employees knew David Stojcevski was taking the medication, but refused to provide it and instead watched him suffer from "excruciating" withdrawal symptoms leading to his death.
From a sit-down with Colbert to being satirized by South Park, Donald Trump has turned his ability to be a story into a genuine political asset.
The UK's Prevent program is colossally idiotic. It's hard to think of anything that would more efficiently drive an angsty and solitudinous teenager to Islamic fundamentalism than thinly veiled racism.
It was the size of a soccer field, and police are now getting ready to destroy it all.
The head of the House was under extreme pressure from conservative members of Congress who wanted to defund Planned Parenthood even at the cost of shutting down the federal government.
The One Percenter who spread the news about UK Prime Minister David Cameron's alleged naughty business with a pig is far from an unbiased source.
Mississippi's state flag is the last in the US containing the Confederate battle flag. VICE News and Kal Penn travel to the Magnolia state to find out what southern heritage means to the residents of Mississippi.
We talked to the creator of Slavery Footprint, a new website that shows how many slaves are working for you in the global supply chain.
Germany allows inmates to wear their own clothes, cook their own meals, and have romantic visits. Could that work in the United States?
"His partner finds his behavior difficult to explain," said the man's lawyer.
"Blood flashing" is a side effect of endemic drug addiction in East Africa's largest port, which has rapidly evolved into a major international heroin transit hub.
They call themselves Men Going Their Own Way and they dislike feminism so much they are grabbing their balls and going home.
His lawyer called the state ethics laws "ridiculous."
Words aren't necessarily true just because they're superimposed over an image.
This is the latest in the city's crackdown on the sale, manufacture, and consumption of synthetic marijuana.
One of them—a 13-year-old boy—was allegedly severely beaten while handcuffed and laying on the ground.
Doctors told Jemma-Louise Roberts her vomiting and diarrhea were a simple stomach virus. A week later, she had died from toxic shock syndrome.
The aggressive security precautions in the City of Brotherly Love are pretty glaring given Pope Francis's focus on helping poor people.
It seems that throughout much of the continent, civil society is better at helping refugees than governments are.
The Sweets Way estate residents got evicted yesterday so that more luxury flats can be built in its place. Activists built wooden barricades and climbed on roofs to try and stop the eviction.
The stampede, in which at least 450 others were injured, took place on Street 204 of the camp city at Mina, a few miles east of Mecca, where pilgrims stay for several days during the climax of the hajj.
In 141 US counties, if you're registered to vote there's also a good chance you're dead.
China vehemently denies that its hackers were behind the breach.