Some Canadian crooks tried to steal an ATM from the Manor in Guelph, Ontario, ended up empty-handed, though they did do about $100,000 in damage.
After Robert "LaVoy" Finicum was killed by FBI agents, some of his fellow militia members and supporters suggested that he was gunned down in cold blood, but a man who says he was at the scene disputes that.
Since VICE visited the country in 2015 their own citizens have become one of the largest groups of foreign fighters to join the Islamic State. Despite this, the US maintains that our commitment to the country is greater than ever.
Experts say bombings by the US and its allies may cost ISIS some turf but won't stop it from launching attacks around the world.
The long, painful process of reporting a sexual assault allegation often leads to nothing more than pain for the victim and a slap on the wrist for the accused.
Twenty male firefighters had quit after their lone female colleague complained about the harassment.
Day two of the trial for NYPD Officer Peter Liang, who accidentally shot and killed 28-year-old Akai Gurley in 2014, zeroed on whether it made sense for him to have his gun drawn.
The Danish parliament just approved a bill allowing the police to seize valuables from immigrants, so we asked refugees from Syria and Iraq what their most important possessions were.
It's cute to sell straight people cookie-cutter notions of the queer community as a group full of happy couples in love, but it isn't always helpful.
Robert "LaVoy" Finicum, who acted as a spokesman for the militia that has illegally occupied a federally owned wildlife refuge in Oregon for weeks, was shot dead during a confrontation with authorities.
This morning, US police have arrested the leader of the militia occupying a wildlife refuge in Oregon, Ted Cruz has proposed a one-on-one debate with Donald Trump, and hot yoga founder Bikram Choudhury has been fined for sexual assault.
After 18-year-old Sammy Yatim on a streetcar in Toronto, the cops are adopting bodycams—but will the devices prevent violence, or turn into a tool for surveillance?
"Unlike the very stupid, highly incompetent people running our country into the ground, Mr. Trump knows when to walk away."
Everyone hates Martin Shkreli, he's under investigation for price-gouging, and he's been arrested for fraud. But he still wants you to know he's the good guy.
A grand jury in Texas cleared Planned Parenthood of any wrongdoing related to the disposal of fetal tissue, and instead indicted the organization's undercover accusers.
Criminal justice reformers won't exactly be shocked that a new report found mandatory-minimum sentences for drug crimes to be "the primary driver" of prison overcrowding.
Much of the world's cacao is farmed with forced labor, and many of the world's best chocolate makers are broke, their companies close to folding. These are the dismal realities of cheap chocolate.
When the Yukon government tried to educate people about the importance of vitamin D, it picked just about the only phrase it should have avoided.
The Rada of the Belarusian Democratic Republic has improbably survived two world wars, 70 years of Soviet occupation, and nearly a century in exile.
We talked to UFO skeptics and scientists about what they're looking for in America's next president.
A Facebook fan page with 615,000 followers is the narcos' ultimate enemy in Tamaulipas, Mexico, but the dangers posed to activist administrators, and those around them, make every post a risk.
On Monday, prosecutors made their case against Peter Liang, the NYPD officer who shot and killed unarmed black man Akai Gurley in 2014 during a routine patrol of a Brooklyn housing project.
Mark Marek will serve house arrest after pleading guilty to "corrupting morals" for posting the video of the Luka Magnotta murder.
A week before the Iowa primaries, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders got one more chance to pitch their radically different visions of the Democratic Party to those voters still undecided.