Today at the UK Parliament, some people sat on some other people's faces while every living photographer in England took photos of it. We had a chat with some of the face sitters.
How a satirical and obviously fake article from the 1970s was used to prop up the CIA's torture program.
They may be ideological opposites, but their prominence indicates that the UK is entering a new political context.
Foreign nationals jetting to the United States solely to shell out cash for organ transplants is a growing problem, according to some advocates active in the donor transplant game.
The Satanic Temple is making real progress on the hellbeast they hope will be installed next to a Ten Commandments monument on the Oklahoma State Capitol lawn.
The Pacific is facing an obesity and diabetes epidemic, thanks in large part to a world trade system set up by rich Western countries.
The laser, which sadly lacks any colored light or pew-pew sound effects, just silently swivels on its turret until it locks onto the engine of an enemy vehicle. Then, suddenly, the engine combusts.
Either that or it's going to create an unregulated legal weed zone in the nation's capital.
Both are form of state-sponsored violence, both are based around irrational fears, and both are proving incredibly hard to eradicate for good.
They shouted at cops and wore taps on their heads because they're angry at the government about increased charges for water.
Sneaky moves by the oil industry have probably made the contentious pipeline superfluous.
The die-in is the signature move of protesters since the cop who put Eric Garner in a choke hold wasn't indicted last week, and the ones who know all about life and death are getting in on the action.
The $2.1 million worth of uranium seized in a raid last week is only one of an exceptional number of nuclear-material thefts, losses, or smugglings recorded over the past two decades.
In his first on-camera interview, Dr. James Mitchell, the alleged architect of the CIA's enhanced interrogation program, speaks with VICE News about waterboarding, radical Islam, and what he was asked to do after 9/11.
Legal weed providers need to find a way to market their wares without incurring the wrath of the federal government.
Whether you know it or not, your 401(k) is likely being devoured by marketing fees, investment-management fees, administrative fees, and broker commissions—along with trading fees that pass on to you every time a mutual fund buys or sells a security.
Lawmakers are poised to pass a budget amendment that would block the DEA from cracking down on legal medical marijuana dispensaries and their patients.
There's really no reason why it would, but medical practitioners are taking parents' fears seriously anyway.
It could be because the lactation aids can be used for a variety of sexual purposes.
Among the least surprising findings of the Senate's CIA torture report is that the agency lied about enhanced interrogation. A lot. To everyone.
The recent ruckus over the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner has led to some tough conversations about race at Columbia Law School.
At San Diego State University, for instance, administrators are trying to get certain frats to stop waving dildos around.
Soon after allegations of the centres guards beating a detainee were made, it because almost impossible to talk to migrants living there.
Drug smuggling is surging at many California county jails thanks in part to gang members getting pinched on purpose for minor offenses so they can take part in the lucrative contraband trade.