We should salute cops when they do their jobs, but law enforcement heroism can't be used to delay police reform.
In this excerpt from his book Murder at Camp Delta, former Guantánamo guard Joseph Hickman describes putting down a prisoner riot—and how he earned the nickname "Satan."
The most recent one, in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, warns against a coming "white genocide."
Over the past year and a half, regimes throughout the Middle East, from Turkey to the United Arab Emirates, have been snapping up former members of Congress to help push their interests in Washington.
The satirical magazine probably couldn't have existed in Ireland, where blasphemy is technically illegal.
The FBI recently started requiring agents to obtain a warrant before using Stingray tracking technology, but privacy advocates say exceptions to the rules leave plenty of room for abuse.
Why are Britain's left-wingers obsessed with trying to be more like Nigel Farage?
The city's new inspector general's analysis of NYPD disciplinary procedures "revealed troubling deficiencies from the top-down that must be rectified."
Two Yes campaigners who were surrounded by angry unionists in St. George's Square after the independence referendum could still face a day in court or a fine.
Millions of Parisians took to the streets yesterday to show that the Charlie Hebdo massacre won't divide them—and to show up the hypocrisy of the world leaders in attendance.
Gang violence on LA's streets decreased dramatically, and experts say the LAPD's tactics could serve as a model to cities across the country.
Today: Venezuela's economic woes continue, a study finds fracking caused Ohio's earthquakes, and a new antibiotic offers hope in the global war on superbugs.
The twice-failed presidential candidate tells donors he's thinking about making another run in 2016.
The expansion of Abbot Point will no longer mean dumping dredge spoil on the reef. Instead it's to be dumped in a wetland, which creates a new set of problems.
More draconian restrictions have been placed on LGBT individuals in a country that has all but criminalized being gay.
From old-school neo-Nazi skinheads to Jewish defense groups to ex-communists, it's an odd, sometimes paradoxical, always horrifying mix.
The assault on French cartoonists gave Republicans an opening to once again cast the war on terror as an imminent, existential, and even religious battle for American freedoms.
Following the Charlie Hebdo attacks, Marine Le Pen—leader of France's far-right National Front party—has promised a national referendum on the death penalty if she's elected president in 2017.
Here is a rundown of the possible pairings that could result after the upcoming UK general election to get Britons excited for the next round of fudged half-measures and political infighting.
The head was found in the middle of a field, but where it came from and how it got there are still a complete puzzle to the authorities.
By becoming the face of homophobia, the WBC inadvertently helped make being anti-gay look terrible. Now that they are protesting pro-pot legislation, could they hurt the anti-marijuana cause?
Following Wednesday's attack, several Parisian and European editors are now under surveillance.
Political analyst Jérôme Sainte-Marie fears the Charlie Hebdo murders will cause racist and xenophobic attitudes to go mainstream.
VICE News went to Place de la République following Wednesday's attack, where grieving Parisians from all groups of society have gathered.