Rob Shirkey thinks that gas pumps should tell drivers that they're harming the planet in the same way that cigarette packs tell smokers they're giving themselves cancer.
VICE News embedded with Lithuania's army as it carried out simulation warfare against fictional rebels, preparing for a peacetime attack from the East, which it believes is highly likely.
Fans of "Miracle Mineral Supplement" claim that it can cure everything from malaria to autism, but the substance could seriously harm the kids who are drinking it.
A US official "misspoke" when he said that B-1 bombers were going to be deployed to Australia, but the controversy could be the beginning of the US and China's tug-of-war of Australia.
Thousands of Bangladeshi migrants and Rohingya refugees from Myanmar are stranded off the coasts of Indonesia and Malaysia, but the current crisis was preceded by years of exploitation.
US special operations forces in Iraq reportedly carried out the raid, which also led to the rescue of a Yazidi woman who was possibly being kept as a slave.
West Africa's new role as a transit hub for drugs headed to Europe means illegal narcotics are more readily available on the continent, a top UN official says.
Her ex-boyfriend really wants to get rid of their son's foreskin.
Mitt Romney's charity fight against Evander Holyfield points to an obvious truth about running for president: if you lose, nothing you do afterward will quite compare to being the leader of the free world.
An appeal is likely, but the defense's argument that the 21-year-old was influenced by his older brother and expressed remorse for the 2013 attack did not sway the 12-member jury.
Part 2 of VICE Founder Shane Smith's interview with the secretary of defense tackles the issue of multiple and competing militia fighting the insurgency.
State Senator Norman McAllister could be in some serious trouble.
"House of Screams" by John Conroy kicked off a decades-long effort to unravel the web of a Chicago cop's torturous ways. We asked him how it all went down and whether police in the Windy City have changed.
Banning contemptible viewpoints isn't going to stop anyone from having them. In fact, it may provoke a further hardening of those beliefs, and perhaps even a violent reassertion of them by their adherents.
Advocates hope the ruling will encourage other states to reevaluate their own programs.
They are called "Railfans," and they are your new heroes.
"Part of our spiritual practice is drinking kombucha," a temple spokesman told us.
On Wednesday, the US House of Representatives passed a bill to rein in the NSA's dragnet phone surveillance programs. But as the debate moves to the Senate, it's not clear whether we're debating a phone dragnet or an Internet one.
The video's release followed an announcement that prosecutors would not pursue criminal charges against the officer involved in the Wisconsin teen's shooting.
Despite the recent outcry, experts believe rape has been commonplace at American universities for decades. So why are we just talking about it now?
VICE founder Shane Smith interviews US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter about Putin's nukes, the rise of the Islamic State, Afghan tumult, and repairing the NSA's reputation.
Over the course of several days, 12 jurors will fill out a 24-page questionnaire that helps them determine whether Dzhokhar Tsarnaev lives or dies.
Abu Alaa al-Afri, a former physics teacher, had reportedly taken over day-to-day operations after the group's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was wounded in an airstrike in March.
Less than two years into his mayoralty, Bill de Blasio has crowned himself the King of the Left. The question is whether he can find any subjects.