It is very rare for North Koreans to attempt to defect by crossing the DMZ, which is heavily guarded and littered with landmines. Most go across the Chinese border instead.
Severe flooding in the capital of Georgia has killed at least 12 people and freed hundreds of animals from the city's zoo.
The detainees sent to Oman on Friday have all been cleared for release for years and have never been charged with a crime.
Police are working to verify if the van used in the shootout Saturday in Dallas was the "armored zombie busting vehicle" sold on Ebay on June 7.
Amid all the right-wing hysteria over amnesty and border security, the GOP doesn't seem to have noticed that the threat they promise to eliminate isn't much of a threat anymore.
A judge ordered Woodfox's immediate release after 43 years in prison this week, but Louisiana successfully delayed the ruling for at least a couple more months.
The CIA released declassified versions of five internal documents "related to the Agency's performance in the lead-up to the attacks."
The ERT went back on the after two years after it was shut down by the government for budget reasons.
There's an awful lot to unpack here.
She was dragged away after trying to sew "PRISON CAMP RUSSIA" onto a Russian flag in Bolotnaya Square.
"Canada has never consulted us on this project and it's their constitutional obligation to do so," says one First Nation councillor.
"Rachel has wanted to be somebody she's not," her estranged mother told a local TV station. "She's chosen not to just be herself but to represent herself as an African American woman or a biracial person. That's simply not true."
Climate change appears to be driving dolphins farther north, where they become prey for polar bears, which are finding fewer and fewer seals to consume.
A paradise for everyone is within our grasp.
The candidate who was supposed to be the GOP's safe choice now has to answer questions about a 1995 book where he rambled on about how much he disliked divorce and "victims movements."
Albert Woodfox has been in solitary confinement since the 1970s, and he's supposed to be let out this week—but Louisiana is dragging its feet.
The Cleveland resident was playing in a park with a toy gun when he was shot to death in November.
VICE News spoke to analyst and former diplomat John Herbst, who thinks former Soviet states with Russian-speaking populations are right to be nervous—and NATO needs to do more.
Max Sherman was sentenced today to 18 years to life in prison for killing Lauren Daverin in 2013, a murder that tore apart the Long Island community of Rockville Centre.
The Greek Ministry of Justice just proposed a law that would recognize same-sex civil partnerships, but Greek gay rights activists have a few concerns about it.
"All of the posts are derogatory, but this is a rough business. It brings out the worst in everyone."
Chris Alexander tells VICE that Canada's immigration system is better than ever.
Most crooks eventually get caught, but some members of Italian organized crime syndicates remain on the lam for decades. How do they do it?
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission challenges readers to see how non-Aboriginal Canadians benefited from 120 years of residential school policy.