Last week the government received applications from companies promising to reduce carbon emissions. If successful they'll be rewarded from a tax payer pool of $2.5 billion. Too bad it won't stop climate change.
VICE founder Suroosh Alvi travels to Calgary to investigate the allegations of radicalization among the city's Muslim youth.
Seismic surveying is a globally controversial technique, as the blasts have the potential to kill or disable animals at close range and alter migration patterns.
As the UK elections approach, the two major parties are both committed to prohibition, even though polls show that half of all Brits are in favor of cannabis decriminalization.
The war to save London's LGBT venues rages on. We talked some of the people on the front lines this weekend.
The VICE News films The Islamic State and Last Chance High were selected as recipients of the 74th Annual Peabody Awards.
At New Hampshire's First in the Nation summit, the 2016 Republican presidential field is very deep and very weird.
Reports of drug users with "superhuman strength" seem overblown, but the new synthetic drug is a serious problem in Florida's Broward County, say cops and addiction specialists.
The annual celebration doubled as a cannabis legalization rally in the run-up to Election '15.
Chinese authorities released statistics this week that show the country has "punished" hundreds of thousands of drug users and seized tons of narcotics since last October.
Australian Defence Force personnel will today begin a training exercise with the United States and the Philippines in the contested waters of the South China Sea.
The 2011 earthquake in Christchurch affected everyone in the city's limits, but one group who are still peculiarly disadvantaged are sex workers.
A new video released Sunday appears to show at least a dozen Ethiopian men being shot and decapitated by members of two Islamic State offshoots in Libya.
A string of suicides and murders points to growing political instability in Ukraine.
Gunmen hijacked and torched cars to blockade streets in Reynosa after the suspected leader of a Gulf cartel faction was captured Friday.
The human impacts on the ecology of the world's highest peak range from solid waste and water pollution to melting glaciers possibly brought about by climate change.
VICE News travels to Brazil, where the Tembe tribe has been forced to take up arms to protect their land from illegal loggers and settlers.
The Free Republic of Liberland, a micronation in disputed territory between Serbia and Croatia, has a website, a flag, and a coat of arms, Now, it's looking for citizens.
Between shaming poor people, restricting abortions and legalizing discrimination, Gov. Sam Brownback's "experiment" has made his state the most conservative in the union.
Port Richey is a town of about 2.1 square miles and 2,600 residents. Those residents pay for police officers that are hardly around, because they're constantly dealing with the criminal activity at Walmart.
The 22-year-old Calgary native who goes by "Abu Usamah" online told us that he was in Libya and claims Twitter keeps banning him.
Police reformers aren't exactly thrilled about the idea after a year defined by brutality and protests.
South African police clashed with warring groups of locals and foreigners on a day intended to promote peace and an end to the violence that has killed at least five people and forced thousands to flee to "refugee" camps.
An investigation commissioned by the university and the United Arab Emirates found that a third of laborers on the project were exempt from rules meant to protect them.