"I don't think it was that bad," said Matthew Maloney after biting the rat, drinking three shots of vodka, and getting a chair broken over his head—all for a Facebook video.
Officials say the coke could have been worth up to $650 million if it'd reached British streets.
A court at The Hague rules China has no historic jurisdiction over the disputed waters that are home to major shipping routes, natural resources, and vital fishing grounds.
George W. Bush and Joe Biden will join President Barack Obama at a prayer service in Dallas, an international court rejects Beijing's claims on the South China Sea, and more.
Abdullah Muhlafi says that the cops seized his security footage without a warrant and kept him locked in a police cruiser for hours.
Three people—including the suspected gunman—are dead after a shooting at a courthouse in southwest Michigan.
The chief strategist for John McCain's 2008 campaign explains why this year's Republican nominee is coming unhinged.
Conservative MP Theresa May is set to become the UK's second female Prime Minister—but does she really have women's best interests in mind? We looked back over her voting record to find out.
Conservative politician Andrea Leadsom withdrew her name from the race on Monday, leaving party rival Theresa May as the only remaining candidate to become the head of Britain's government.
How can you feel safe when black death is everywhere you look and tools like guns only seem to make you more of a target?
A law professor explains the sometimes tricky rules that govern when a police officer using lethal force is technically justified under the law.
It was widely reported that just 36 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds voted, but a new study shows it was more like 64 percent—the largest youth turnout in 25 years. What else did the media get wrong, and why?
On this episode of Daily VICE, political correspondent Bun B explains how a small group of insurgent Republicans could stop Trump from winning the party's nomination.
The Vermont senator will join the Democratic heir apparent at a campaign event in New Hampshire Tuesday.
Police reform is alive and well, activists and experts say, but the assassination of cops doesn't exactly help the cause.
This morning, police found bomb-making materials at Dallas shooter Micah Johnson's home suggesting he had "other plans" for violence, dozens of protesters were arrested in Baton Rouge, and more.
McKesson was one of 100 others arrested on Saturday night as they protested against the officer-involved death of a black man last week.
Officers apprehended the suspects, who divulged how they were able to lure their victims to an empty parking lot: 'Pokémon Go.'
In a 21-minute speech titled "We Are All Osama," Hamza bin Laden vowed to continue al-Qaeda's fight against the US and its allies.
Abdul Sattar Edhi, the philanthropist known as Pakistan's Mother Theresa, was a hero to the downtrodden and an enemy of religious extremism.
A few days after a homeless camp in Victoria was ordered to leave, Vancouver might get its own protest camp.
US health authorities look for diseases worldwide, stopping them before they become pandemics. They have had major successes—except in at least one big case.
"We will not shy away from the very real fact that we as a city, we as a state, we as a nation, are struggling with racial issues," the mayor of Dallas said.
The Afghanistan veteran was alone when he opened fire on Dallas cops. The shooting was so precise that police initially thought there were several shooters.