Shawnigan Lake is asking the British Columbia Supreme Court to overturn an environmental permit that allows 100,000 tons of waste a year to be dumped near the town's water supply.
Despite the police being increasingly under the microscope for the deaths of civilians, and despite it becoming easier to document these incidents on camera, access to footage is extremely hard to come by.
VICE News Editor-in-Chief Jason Mojica sits down with former New York police commissioner and convicted felon Bernie Kerik to discuss criminal justice reform.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has threatened to deport Muslim women who do not learn English despite long-term funding cuts to language courses. We attended an ESOL class to find out more.
A year after VICE's report on looting in Egypt, we look back on what started it, who's fighting the black market trade, and where we stand now.
The NYC authorities are considering reforms that would soften penalties for things like urinating in public, making unreasonable noise, and hanging out in a park after dark.
The left-wing candidate's latest promo spot features the folk duo's 1968 protest song "America."
Nearly a decade after the former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko died a painful death, a final inquiry has found there was a "strong probability" the Russian state was behind his assassination.
This morning, the Obama administration is to announce tougher visa rules in an attempt to block ISIS, a report claims the Pentagon spent too much money on goats in Afghanistan, Eagles of Death Metal will play a free gig for Bataclan survivors, and more.
El Chapo's now famous mobile conversations with actress Kate del Castillo while he was Mexico's most wanted fugitive are just one of many examples of seeming carelessness that has brought down capos who are supposed to be experts in security.
We need new, more flexible ways of regulating drugs—especially opioids—in order to truly protect the public.
Over 70 current and former police leaders and prosecutors added their voices in support of criminal justice reform legislation being considered in Washington, DC.
Comedian Jena Friedman gives the most hated man on Netflix an opportunity to explain himself.
While the idea behind the new guidelines are clearly to create a more inclusive school system, some of the inflammatory reactions from the media suggest otherwise.
We hung out with some British eco-warriors as they shut down a Manchester power station.
In the premiere episode of our series Justice, VICE examines the winners and losers of for-profit criminal justice and explores the emerging alternatives.
Witnesses said they saw several young men wielding AK-47 guns storming the university housing where many students were sleeping. At least 20 people are dead.
This morning, Palin is backing Trump, 20 people have have been shot in northwest Pakistan in a Taliban gun attack, Danish nightclubs are attempting to ban migrants, and more.
The justices will once again determine the fate of the president's domestic policy legacy.
The strange, but not particularly surprising, case of politician-turned-reality star supporting reality star-turned-politician.
The case of two-and-a-half-year-old Bella Bond's tragic death makes for a glimpse into a dark world of addiction, madness, demonology, and neglect.
Amnesty International says batteries in products made by Apple, Samsung, and others contain cobalt mined by kids in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
If nothing else, the saga of how Mexico's biggest drug lord ended up back in prison shows that, like so many other career criminals, he covets the spotlight.
If we don't rapidly move toward marijuana legalization, a similar catastrophe could affect teens or young adults in the United States.