Eleven hundred marines just landed in Darwin for a six-month rotation. That number will increase to 2,500 by 2017. We break down some of the concerns raised by locals.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a new training mission as Kiev keeps asking for real guns.
An attorney at the advocacy group Electronic Frontier Foundation calls the case against 14-year-old Florida boy Domanik Green "crazy."
An explosion appears to launch a car several hundred feet in the air, causing it to spin and flip as it descends before erupting into flames.
Probably not the best idea. Actually, it's the worst idea in recorded history.
A shooting in Tulsa raises questions about how a senior citizen who headed up Sheriff Stanley Glanz's re-election campaign was in a position to end a life.
Mercenaries have been a trademark of American foreign policy since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, but at least four of those guys are paying a price for treating Iraqis like something other than fellow humans.
Despite the plan being rejected by the International Whaling Commission, Japan seems likely to go ahead with killing nearly four thousand whales over the next 12 years.
Australia has been the scene of the worst extinction of mammals for the last two hundred years, now the Australian government has declared "war" on the cats doing much of the damage.
The Florida Republican becomes the fourth major candidate to jump into the 2016 presidential race.
Canada's CF-18s might look to take out the Islamic State's infamous media caliphate.
As legalization takes hold, some Muslims and Christians are getting tripped up. But Jews may find pot and faith to be perfectly compatible.
Five years after the brutal murder of Travis Alexander, and two years after the beginning of one of the most tabloid-friendly trials in recent years, Arias was finally sentenced in an Arizona courtroom.
VICE News traveled to Nigeria to embed with the country's army as it ramped up its fight against Boko Haram, whose rise has caused a state of emergency.
Southern Yemenis are ostensibly aligned with the deposed president, but they're not fighting for him—they're fighting to break away from the country over which he hopes to regain control.
Is the increased support for the Greens' merely disaffected voters turning away from the major parties, or a sign that the Australian electorate is turning towards more progressive ideals?
VICE News correspondent Kaj Larsen visits the Nigerian army's forward-operating base at the front lines of the battle against Boko Haram, where soldiers are preparing for a major offensive against the militant group.
At least 25 people were reported killed in ground skirmishes as airstrikes from a Saudi-led coalition continued to pound Houthi strongholds for the third straight week.
A suspicious package was found after a man shot himself Saturday afternoon on the steps of the US Capitol building in Washington, DC.
A group of military veterans is calling for an end to US drone wars by airing graphic anti-drone ads on TV.
The Islamic State hacks French TV channels, protesters demand police be arrested over the deaths of 20 suspected sandalwood smugglers, South Africa removes an apartheid-era statute of Cecil Rhodes, and more.
Voters are ready for Hillary, but as she cakewalks to the Democratic nomination, her challenge is to get them excited.
News footage shows what appears to be a passive and compliant man lying next to his getaway horse, being Tasered and then beaten by 11 cops for two minutes
In part one of a three-part series, VICE News correspondent Kaj Larsen visits the site of a recent Boko Haram attack, interviews refugees and victims of the militant group, and heads to the front lines of the conflict.