For many refugees, coming out as a homosexual is out of the question, because they are still targets of the same people they feared at home.
This morning, Michael Bloomberg is thinking about running for president, nine people are dead after a train crash in Germany, India rejects Facebook's free internet offer, and more.
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are leading in the polls—but more important for unofficial merchandise vendors, they've got the juice to move a lot of hats, buttons, and shirts.
There are so many people who can't poop because of prescription painkillers that a drug company spent millions to advertise a pill to combat 'opioid-induced constipation.'
The latest high-profile case of a fatal police shooting in Chicago has taken a bizarre turn.
He said the election season so far has been an "insult to voters" and the public deserves "a lot better."
Our newest political correspondent spends Super Bowl Sunday with the Republicans who want to be president.
Addicts are needlessly dying of overdose because so many powerful people view "drugs to fight drugs" as suspect.
Puerto Rico is edging away from its notoriously harsh marijuana laws, and activist groups are leading the way.
Cyber monitoring is now so efficient that you may never be able to slack off again.
The first installment of a four-part investigation published jointly by the Center for Public integrity, VICE News looks at how corporate-funded research is corrupting America's courts and regulatory agencies.
This morning, Bill Clinton attacks Bernie Sanders, thousands of Syrian refugees have set up a camp on the Turkish border, Beyonce announces a massive world tour, and more.
About 60 percent of asylum seekers in the US have experienced some form of torture. The Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture aims to treat survivors with medical and mental health services.
Jeb Bush's supporters are holding onto hope that the rest of the Republican Party is about to realize that the scion of the old-guard GOP is the best man for the job. Is there any chance they're right?
Brooklyn Defense Attorney Howard Greenberg concedes Karmik Grant-Byas has done "despicable" things to women, but says his client did not compel them to perform commercial sex acts against their will.
North Korea defied UN sanctions and launched a long-range rocket on Sunday, but what it claims is a satellite is suspected of being a hunk of space junk.
Haiti's parliament has drafted an agreement for a caretaker government to be installed after the end of the president's term on Sunday, but the chaotic political situation has triggered unrest in the capital.
An attorney testifying for the defense during the hearings last week said the evidence could have "changed the ballgame's result" if it was used during the trial.
While Republicans debated immigration and ISIS in New Hampshire, a group of protesters gathered outside to demonstrate that there were votes to be had if one of them would back a $15 minimum wage.
After years of backing affably naive Bible-thumpers, Christian conservatives have finally found a presidential candidate that can win.
China expressed displeasure and the US called for "serious consequences" after North Korea launched a long-range rocket carrying what it has said is a satellite.
Donald Trump will be back on stage—and this time he has something to prove.
Former Navy SEAL and VICE correspondent Kaj Larsen traveled to Nigeria to see what Boko Haram's cat-and-mouse game with the government means for the people caught in the middle of the fight.
The photos are tame in comparison to the infamous images from Abu Ghraib, but there are 1,900 more pictures of abuse that the Pentagon still refuses to make public.