If it's good enough for the Ninja Turtles and Bruce Lee, it's good enough for cops, right?
This morning, US defense officials defend sending a Navy ship into the South China Sea, the NYPD union boss tries to boycott Tarantino, trolls disrupt SXSW, and more.
With the capture of Australia's most-wanted criminals, we look back at the crime career of the father and son. Over the past decade they've been compared to pirates, bushrangers, and committed fraud against a priest while living on a yacht.
He reportedly demanded precisely $250,000, and then threw much of it all over the sidewalk.
Democratic Party megadonor Tom Steyer is figuring out just how much money it takes to get politicians to talk about climate change.
The former Daily Show host is starting a new career as an activist farmowner.
This has made life difficult for First Nations people, who are already struggling with the other consequences of a series of droughts.
The director referred to some of New York's finest as "murderers" at a rally this weekend, which, well, made a lot of people angry.
Australia has agreed to aid the US in challenging China's new bases in the South China Sea. What are the potential consequences of that?
The US has been saying for years that it's about to wipe out al Qaeda. But 14 years and a trillion dollars later, the American war on terror hasn't managed to kill its number one target.
Independent journalist Jason Brad Berry has broken big stories before, but his latest might change the course of the Louisiana gubernatorial race.
VICE spoke with four top scientists to find out how the new Canadian government can go about improving science in the country.
The quake struck a remote area of northeastern Afghanistan on Monday, shaking the capital Kabul and killing at least 12 people in neighboring Pakistan.
Around 35 percent of ambulance journeys are somehow related to alcohol.
This morning, US officials are worried about Russia cutting internet to the West, a former comedian becomes the president of Guatemala, footage of Pharrell's "Blurred Lines" copyright testimony emerges, and more.
VICE News went around Ireland with a group of women who are openly defying the country's strict abortion laws which criminalize abortions, even in cases of rape or incest.
Hurricane Patricia hits land along the Mexican Pacific coast and weakens rapidly. Initial reports suggest damage not as bad as feared, though risk of floods and landslides remains.
The Benghazi hearings could have been important. Really, honestly, they could have been.
The internet's most hated dude has been undermined yet again.
Arrest and summons data suggest where you live in the city has a lot to do with how likely you are to get hassled by cops for weed.
A report by the UN special rapporteur on freedom of opinion and expression called for greater protections for journalistic sources—particularly those that publicly or privately expose malfeasance.
The thought of four more years of Harper was like an evil ghost climbing up my asshole and shaking me to the core.
Last week we looked at all the ways we've failed female refugees. This week the situation is even worse.
This is the same guy who said there's a link between abortions and breast cancer.