Privacy advocates are asking a judge to rule that NSA internet data collection is a violation of the Fourth Amendment without deciding what that means for the future of the program.
It should come as no surprise that the Obama family has felt the sting of racial prejudice in their lives. The Obama presidency has been defined by race, because in America, we're all defined by race.
Peru's government has released a video providing visual evidence of the human impact the publicity stunt had on a set of centuries-old large-scale landscape etchings.
Kafkaesque efforts to cut down on food stamp fraud are just throwing money at a problem that probably wasn't that big of a deal to begin with.
The UK Independence Party's leader got on the radio to say that a former UKIP candidate was just being a "rough diamond" when he used the offensive term.
The two states are accusing Colorado's booming cannabis industry of spilling across their borders and getting their citizens illegally high.
It's Christmastime and the food industry's saccharine ads have graced our screens, presenting to us a vivid image of choice, sustainability, and homespun happiness. But how wholesome is our food, really?
It's natural to wonder why North Korea would go so overboard with their reaction to The Interview, especially when they have never responded so fiercely to a negative portrayal in American media before.
Then Has to Investigate the Announcement
Emma Czornobaj, who stopped her car to usher ducks off a highway and subsequently caused a serious car accident, will spend 90 days in jail.
Emboldened by New York's new ban on hydraulic fracturing, environmentalists plan on ramping up the fight against the state's oil and gas industry.
Lingering cultural opposition means last week's announcement by the feds that they won't prosecute marijuana laws on reservations is not exactly a game-changer.
The Reverend attracted a huge crowd at his Justice for All March, but there are signs that "Hands Up, Don't Shoot!" may have moved beyond Sharpton's control.
American political memories can be both impressively long and terribly short. And somewhere in the middle, minds start to change.
US Attorney Preet Bharara says Mayor Bill de Blasio is taking too long to reform the notoriously horrific collection of jails.
It's been a year since one of the most cynical crackdowns on prostitution the UK has ever seen, and that is still weighing on the minds of activists.
It's being hailed as a turning point in the long, long war, but it's too early to declare peace just yet.
Republican Senator Tom Coburn singlehandedly blocked a veterans suicide bill, even as numbers show the epidemic is only getting worse.
In part one of a five-part documentary, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky gets exclusive access to an IDF special operation, highlighting the unusual relationship Israel has with its Syrian enemies across the border.
Last Thursday, just a day after releasing video of their new laser guns in action, the US Navy tested the frickin' sharks upon whose heads they might theoretically mount them.
"Designer vagina" operations in the UK are at risk of falling into the same category of crime as female genital mutilation, suggesting that doctors might be prosecuted for carrying out certain procedures.
According to a new report, Mexican federal police shot at the students and collected bullet casings to cover up their involvement.
Obama will announce today that the US and Cuba are "normalizing" relations for the first time in 50 years.
The PSA was supposed to grab the attention of drivers, but it sounded like it was talking about grabbing something else.