The man who put one of the most notorious figures of the 20th century behind bars passed away this weekend at the age of 80.
A video of officers being aggressive with some African-American teens in a Dallas suburb has ignited yet another controversy about policing and race.
In part two of a three-part series, VICE News follows Yazidi militia aligned with peshmerga forces as they explore the devastation that the Islamic State brought to their communities.
A cop who knew one of the escapees said he's "totally fearless, and doesn't respond to pain."
The 22-year-old from the Bronx committed suicide this weekend after spending three years in jail—even though he was never convicted of a crime.
"Sometimes regular civilians are less intimidating than a police officer. I really believe in the power of social control coming from within the community itself."
A hint: far more self-destructively.
A report last week revealed that over 1,300 people have already died prematurely this year alone because of air pollution in London. Here's exactly what it is that's causing those deaths.
In part one of a three-part series, VICE News embeds with Kurdish peshmerga fighters defending the hills above the Islamic State-held city of Sinjar.
Respondents told the Global Drug Survey 2015, getting illegal substances from the deep web is safer in many ways than buying them from strangers on the street.
A police officer from a Dallas suburb has been placed on administrative leave after video surfaced of him roughly handcuffing a teenage girl.
An annual analysis of European drug trends found that the purity and potency of illicit substances is on the rise, and that nearly a quarter of the EU's population has gotten high at least once.
A massive manhunt is underway in upstate New York one day after two convicted murderers managed to break out of a maximum security prison.
Norway's sovereign wealth fund will divest assets from any company with a greater than 30 percent stake in coal operations, which is estimated to impact 50 US businesses.
The teenager was going for a joyride with her friends when she was shot and killed this past January.
Activists, including Bill McKibben, were praising the country's parliament for voting to pull out of investments in companies that dealt heavily in coal.
We talked with an official at the Advertising Standards Authority in the UK about how they determine whether an ad could cause offense or harm, and what happens when they try to stop it from getting printed.
After several overdoses already this year, police in Gloucester have launched a program that connects drug users with addiction specialists and detox programs.
When Usaamah Abdullah Rahim was killed on Tuesday, it looked to some like just another case of police excess. But the feds say the 26-year-old was planning to behead serial Muslim antagonist Pamela Geller.
Today, David Cameron announced that the referendum could be as soon as next May.
The Democratic candidate criticized Republicans for trying to restrict access to the ballot. But neither party is addressing the grimmer, greater truth: Most Americans who can vote don't vote.
American authorities believe that Chinese hackers compromised the US federal government's human resources department on a huge scale. Yet Beijing has called the allegations unproven and irresponsible.
My dad was a journalist when he was kidnapped by Islamic militants in Beirut in 1985, three months before I was born. But it's American laws that have made figuring out what happened a nightmare.
An unrelated accusation that suggests Hastert may have had inappropriate relationships with more than one minor during his days as a high school wrestling coach.