The last of the casinos bearing Trump's name in Atlantic City will close its doors after Labor Day weekend.
Insulting the royals on social media is a crime in Thailand, and opponents of the regime say the military junta is using the law to suppress the opposition.
Republican officials are reportedly scrambling for a backup GOP candidate in case the Trump Train fully derails and he drops out of the race before November.
It's been an awful and strange week for Donald Trump's campaign, but does the general public care about the narrative surrounding him?
James "Jimmy" O'Neill is a low-key career cop known for trying to bridge the gap between police and regular people.
This morning, Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO and major Republican donor Meg Whitman says she will support Hillary Clinton, top DNC officials resign over the leaked email scandal, and more.
Some mega donors are going beyond not giving Trump money and have taken to publicly criticizing him as well.
The GOP announced she'd lodge her support, and fundraising ability, behind Clinton, calling Trump a "dishonest demagogue."
In a span of three years, at least 31 informants were murdered in and out of prison by people who obtained details about their plea deals from unsealed court documents or transcripts.
The NYPD boss is diving back into the private sector as his department faces a federal corruption probe and new demands from Black Lives Matter.
VICE News meets the hackers fighting mounting internet censorship in Thailand.
The first federal law against revenge porn could be in the works. Too narrow and victims won't be able to get justice; too broad and the law will nail innocent parties.
Barack Obama says Donald Trump "keeps on proving" he has no business taking over his job and thinks Republicans need to drop him already.
A new report says it just might be.
They relished the opportunity to hold the chain to account.
By foregoing legal recognition of American BDSM players, we don't just deny their rights, we deny their personhood.
Bill Bratton, the biggest name in American policing who's known for controversial "Broken Windows" tactics, is heading back to the private sector.
The agenda suggests that Black Lives Matter is pivoting away from focusing solely on policing issues to address a broader set of structural inequalities.
Trump claims the presidential election will be "rigged," new Zika cases in Miami prompt a travel warning, Warren Buffett challenges Trump to a tax duel, and more.
A controversial new law that allows people to carry concealed handguns into most buildings on public college campuses took effect on Monday in Texas.
While Bernie Sanders diehards roasted in the heat at the DNC, politicians, lobbyists and industry players got down to business.
Now that the conventions are over, VICE's political correspondent calls for people to take their fight to the ballot box this November.
The man who once graced the cover of Playboy just signed a pledge to crack down on pornography's "harmful public health impact."
The problem for Trump isn't just that he's losing young undecideds, but that he can't even win the young people in his own party.