As heroin use hits suburban white neighborhoods hard, it's fair to wonder if the United States might soon follow the example set by Canada and some European countries by setting up safe spaces to get high.
Proposed new legislation will allow UK law enforcement agencies to see every website someone has visited over the course of a year, without a warrant, in what appears to be a world first.
People will sleep on the streets for the chance to buy a shoe-box flat.
It was more cosplay than politics.
There has been a spike of "riots" reported in the British media recently. But are they actually riots, and how much do police tactics have to do with the escalation of these otherwise peaceful situations?
The leak of alleged Ku Klux Klan members was not very high on the agenda for the roughly 100 people who turned out. They were more interested in everything from police brutality to income inequality.
This morning, Anonymous publish the details of around 1,000 alleged Ku Klux Klan members and sympathizers, VICE News reveals America's most militarized universities, NASA explains how Mars turned dry, and more.
Fires have now been burning across several islands since September, producing more greenhouse gases than the daily output of the United States.
Just how easy would it be for someone with runway access to put a bomb onto a plane before takeoff?
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman issued a subpoena to the oil giant on Wednesday.
The hacktivist group bragged about taking the "hoods off" hundreds of Klansmen, but one KKK leader said that he wasn't too bothered by the data dump.
It's a first for the province, which has historically not recognized preoperative transgender inmates.
In a new biography, former President George H.W. Bush chastises former Vice President Dick Cheney for his combative language after the 2001 terror attacks and calls former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld "an arrogant fellow."
The Labour politician has been unabashedly pro-journalist in his statements, but will he make legal protections for reporters a priority?
"I can't start my car for that, so how is he expected to make a life that way?" his mother says.
As the national debate over law enforcement tactics heats up, cops aren't hesitating to decry what they see as an assault on their rights.
The Sniff Off group is managed by activists who say that the use of the dogs results in too many false positives and violates citizens' rights.
A recent article implied gang members in London were predominantly made up of black or Asian teenagers—which didn't seem right. So we asked some experts for their expert opinions.
By providing lurid details, posting step-by-step recaps, and publishing manifestos that gratify the killer's need for attention, media outlets play a key role in the proliferation of modern copycat killers.
And spent the rest of the afternoon running around central London throwing smoke bombs and trying not to get arrested.
This morning, George H.W. Bush tears into Cheney and Rumsfeld, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces a gender-balanced cabinet, twerking hits Russia, and more.
It's like he really wants to be president or something.
Hours after the Islamic State again claimed responsibility for drowning the plane with 224 people aboard, anonymous US officials said evidence suggests it was a bombing.
"I want down low," the judge allegedly said. "See what you can do without drawing attention."