Despite months of attacks against the women's reproductive health giant, Republicans haven't actually accomplished much.
In this episode of 'The People Speak,' VICE News traveled around the globe to ask people what they think about immigration.
Swiss mining giant Glencore lost a third of its value, stripping $56 billion AUD from the resource-depend Australian market.
He told her to "stay strong," according to a lawyer for the now-infamous Kentucky county clerk.
A new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association found that 22 percent of all US drivers are stoned.
The high-profile case has put the spotlight on America's fondness for killing criminals even in the face of dozens of death row exonerations and serious questions about the drugs used in lethal injections.
The British government is going to make 60,000 or so fed-up prisoners stop smoking. What could possibly go wrong?
Vladimir Putin secured his parliament's unanimous backing to launch airstrikes in Syria earlier today, and the US believes Moscow wasted no time in carrying that out.
"If HIV was represented in 'old stock Canadians' in the rates that its represented in First Nations communities, that would be declared an emergency tomorrow," a leading researcher charges.
Organized crime in the city is getting younger, more fragmented, more chaotic—and, authorities say, harder to control.
Trump backs Putin, America's getting its first cannabis casino, Saudi Arabia says there should be a "military option" to oust Assad, and Matt Damon's in hot water over some homophobic comments.
A new poll finds that Joe Biden has the edge in the 2016 presidential race, even though he's not actually running for president.
The FTC is going after a company that claims to have an alternative to gastric bypass surgery, then threatens to sue customers who leave negative comments when it doesn't work.
In one of the liveliest exchanges of last night's election debate, both opposition leaders blasted Prime Minister Stephen Harper for his handling of Canada's relationship with the US.
Two medical marijuana companies are offering a little relief to victims of one of the worst fires in the state's history.
Stopgap measures Congress may put in place to prevent a government shutdown could wreak havoc on the Defense Department's ability to plan for the future.
At 7PM tonight, Kelly Renee Gissendaner could be the first woman killed by the Georgia in 70 years, or she could live to eat another meal.
Sex workers are criticizing a Nova Scotia newspaper's decision to run the names of 27 johns facing charges.
At 7:30 AM on Friday, Mostafa Aliverdipour was awakened and forcibly removed from his home by police. How does a scene like that happen?
Founder Alex Eaton says that simply having a place where men can go to talk about their feelings could prevent many suicides.
Russia's reasons for military intervention in Syria are less than clear but probably involve geopolitics as much as fighting terrorism.
Obama meets with Castro, America prefers Joe Biden to any presidential candidate, Afghan security forces begin to retake land from the Taliban, and more.
People who seek graduate degrees from for-profit schools tend to be older, poorer, and lacking in job prospects. They also tend to end up tens of thousands of dollars in debt.
She carried a log. Was it funny to you? It was not to us. She will be missed.