Abu Mohammed al-Adnani just released a recording titled "Die in Your Rage."
Last week, a Düsseldorf court ruled that a renter couldn't be held liable for the damage his urine splashes had done to his apartment's bathroom floor.
In part one of the four-part series, VICE News correspondent Milène Larsson travels to the border between Morocco and Spain, where thousands of West Africans storm razor-wire-clad fences and are beaten back by border police.
They want the world to pay more attention when Nigerians are killed in terrorist atrocities.
Syriza's electoral victory was greeted with dancing and crying, joy and despair.
We asked four people living on the outskirts of society if they believe that Greece's new left-wing government can show them better days.
Staff huddled in a parking lot after the shooting, which was apparently an act of vengeance by a disgruntled employee.
Two major political parties' four decades of dominance over Greece is expected to end Sunday with a victory by Alexis Tsipras and his left-wing Syriza party, which will likely reject austerity measures imposed by international groups.
Supporters claim for-profit schools provide access to higher education for a demographic neglected by traditional colleges, but their graduates are among the most indebted in the country.
Two operational training units will be deployed to Iraq, tasked with providing expert training to Iraqi and Kurdish forces combating Islamic State militants.
Not since the height of the Cold War has the "Doomsday Clock," established in 1947, been set this close to midnight.
After a year of horrific headlines about substandard care in VA hospitals, veterans' groups were hoping for a little love from the president.
The people of Japan have declared meme warfare on Jihadi John.
After six years of recession and gridlock, most voters don't share the president's rosy view on the "middle-class economy."
After collecting her dead body on the day she died, police found out that 90-year-old Caryl Vanzo's son had taken her to the bank earlier that day to take out money in her name.
Human rights groups suggest immigrants trafficked into illegal activity against their will are being charged rather than helped.
A new study is expected to result in further cutbacks to the state's juvenile detention facilities, and could even spur lawmakers to abandon their reliance on the system entirely.
After ruling the oil-rich Sunni kingdom for almost 20 years, King Abdullah died on Friday after a short illness, posing questions for Saudi Arabia's future.
Hick's former lawyer Dan Mori has said the US admission of innocence marks "the beginning of the end" of Hicks' ordeal.
Chan's plea for clemency was rejected earlier this month. As an alleged ringleader of the Bali Nine drug smuggling ring he will now face imminent execution.
Typically, a sit-down with the president is an honor reserved for only the most senior and respected White House reporters. But at 5PM, President Obama will take questions from some unusual interviewers.
On Thursday, Sheldon Silver, who has been state assembly speaker for two decades, turned himself in to the FBI. He's charged with wire fraud, mail fraud, conspiracy, and extortion.
The people of Rossport didn't want gas extraction to start near their homes, but their resistance was met by a harsh crackdown from the cops.
While that's great news for India, saying that a nation has the same class mobility as the US doesn't mean what it used to.