The author and former it girl known as Christiane F. now faces criminal charges for personal offense, aggravated assault, and animal abuse.
Historian Brian Balogh explains whether a Trump administration would really be the doomsday scenario it sounds like.
The hacktivist group claims that it had taken several government websites offline on Sunday morning and is threatening to release the name of the officer responsible for the death.
Inside the schisms and drama of Reclaim Australia.
After Alexis Frulling became famous for having sex, getting a normal job in her hometown became impossible—so she's going on a tour of strip joints to pay the bills.
Milner, the Russian tycoon, has pledged $100 million for the search. But Hawking warned that we should be cautious if we do find anyone, since sophisticated aliens "may not see us as any more valuable than we see bacteria."
Romania's most oppressed ethnic group is suffering from a drug-fueled HIV epidemic, and nobody gives a damn.
It's a modified version of a kind of identity theft called "ghosting."
Attorney Cannon Lambert described police dash cam footage of the arrest on Monday, shortly after authorities identified violations of traffic stop procedure's and the police courtesy policy.
Spending scandals, criminal charges, and a crazy amount of undemocratic shenanigans have made the dream of abolishing the Senate possible.
The proprietor of Nevada's most famous brothel is running for office to promote his solution to sex trafficking: legalizing prostitution.
Author Malcolm Beith explains Mexico's biggest organized crime ring works and the odd of its ruthless kingpin quietly retiring now that he's free again.
The ride-sharing behemoth has sparked a bigger election year debate about what the "normal" American worker looks like.
The IS strategy in Yemen is in line with the sectarian divide-and-conquer technique the group has employed to spectacular effect in Iraq and Syria.
On the anniversary of one of the most notorious police killings in recent memory, Eric Garner's family looks back at a year of grief and activism.
These guidelines include, "Only tweet when you have something interesting or worthwhile to say."
Japan's obsession with cutesy culture has taken a dark turn, with school girls now offering themselves for "walking dates" with adult men. VICE News investigates.
The KKK and the Black Educators for Justice got together for a crowded spectacle filled with anger, racial tension, and a spectrum of idiosyncratic and confusing ideologies.
A statement from Saudi Arabia's Ministry of the Interior said the arrests made during the past few weeks foiled a number of planned attacks.
Though Rikers Island has gotten all the recent media attention, New York City's other jails have also been beset by scandals, fights, and corruption.
Chris Barker is an unemployed North Carolina man with a long rap sheet whose small-time Klan just became famous.
As of Saturday morning, the wildfire raging 55 miles northeast of Los Angeles was only 5 percent contained.
A King's College London study found that almost 9,500 people died in the capital from exposure to particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide pollution in 2010.
It seems that those who are on trial are often unconsciously judged by not just the evidence on hand, but their facial appearance.