When a huge investment firm moved in to evict the residents of Sweets Way, they fought back.
Authorities say the man arrested Saturday for the August 17 bombing at Bangkok's Erawan shrine might be linked to a network that provided fake passports to migrants.
A number of deadly attacks in Syria indicate that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime is using "vacuum bombs" in Syria to pulverize apartment blocks and terrorize the civilian population.
Ten years after the storm, a full-fledged community of black skateboarders is now thriving in the Crescent City.
The 19-year-old was cleared of the most serious charges but was still found guilty of one felony and several misdemeanors, and must register as a sex offender for his sexual encounter with a girl who was then 15.
Jamycheal Mitchell of Portsmouth, Virginia, was arrested for stealing $5 worth of goods from a 7-Eleven on April 22. Last Wednesday he was found dead in his cell.
Nobody should freak out, everything is fine, Dad is here.
We all know the American people would never elect a socialist. What this interview presupposes is: Maybe they would?
After years of cruising the dealerships, the Pentagon announced this week that it will buy 55,000 new vehicles and spend up to $30 billion to replace Humvees and MRAPs.
A village council in northern India told Meenakshi Kumari, 23, and her 15-year-old sister that they would be raped and paraded naked in front of their neighbors because of their brother's elopement.
"I think it's an entitlement thing. It's like, 'I'm wearing this badge and you need to respect me.'
"Operational Fortitude" was cancelled hours after it was announced after widespread condemnation on social media and a protest on the street.
Climate change, coastal development, and the oil and gas industry are contributing to the deterioration of wetlands along the Gulf of Mexico.
As the trial of former St. Paul's school student and alleged rapist Owen Labrie concludes, the outcome hinges on which side of the story the mostly male jury finds more credible.
Many have reservations about the program, which promises to equip nearly 7,000 officers with body cameras in the coming months.
The former leader of a group of vigilantes in Mexico has just been released from prison, and is now eyeing a career in politics. VICE News speaks with Hipólito Mora about life after his release.
The Republican presidential candidate argued that mental institutions, like the ones from "the old days," might have helped prevent Wednesday's shooting in Virginia.
The news of the deaths comes as a summit is underway in Vienna, focusing on how to strengthen support for Balkan states struggling to deal with increasing numbers of migrants and refugees.
Superintendent Mark Fenton took the fall for using a controversial "kettling" tactic, but many think accountability needs to go higher up the chain of command.
Along with a broad swath of Republican voters—plus Dennis Rodman—America's racists are getting on board the Trump bandwagon.
Maybe we should not be so quick to look away from this rare time when the gun violence that we all condemn can be so directly observed.
Amid bureaucracy, scammers, and confusion, the close-knit, predominately black community is a tapestry of hope and despair.
Internal memos obtained by the Guardian reveal Vester Flanagan, also known as Bryce Williams, had repeated confrontations at WDBJ7 in which his behavior made colleagues feel "extremely uncomfortable."
In July, Tony Abbott banned imports of a shotgun that can fire eight shots in eight seconds. He's since backflipped on that ban. We look at why.