A new report labeled 15 Danish groups as being extremist, but when we talked to them, we found that they're convinced that they're actually fighting extremism.
The outbreak is getting worse in Monrovia, with cases mounting faster than the organization can treat them. Every day, between 15 and 20 bodies are carried from the facility to a nearby cremation site.
Days before the New Zealand election the government has been accused of knowing that citizens were under mass surveillance.
California lawmakers just passed new limits on how police can use drones, but some argue that only legitimizes their use—and that police shouldn't have them at all.
Thousands of Scottish expats and pro-Scotland Englanders gathered in London to show support for the British Union, so we went along for a chat.
Moral outrage might be what Abbott feels, but it's a difficult justification in a world where so many moral outrages are allowed to continue without our intervention.
US Customs and Border Protection agents have killed 46 people since 2005. None have gone to jail, and we don't even know most of their names.
An English Defence League protest that was meant to draw attention to a local child abuse scandal degenerated, to no one's great surprise, into an sectarian brawl between groups of racists.
People of color are getting so sick of police brutality that even some politicians now says it's time to stop being so obedient.
Philly's decriminalization bill makes marijuana possession of less than 30 grams equivalent to a $25 jaywalking ticket. Smoking weed in public is a bit more serious: Anyone caught toking will have to fork over $100 or complete nine hours of community serv…
We visited Kiev to capture the legacy of the pro-European protest movement that gave way to the current political upheaval all over Ukraine. What we found were sightseeing destinations and a booming tourist trade.
It's hard to get clean when a hit of high-grade heroin costs less than $2.
The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. This week, hundreds of thousands of people demand an independence vote in Spain's Catalonia region, and Mexican authorities find and destroy the country's first known coca plants.
It's one thing for energy tycoons like Koch to want their name plastered all over opera houses and ballet theaters, but now that they're funding science museums, activists are stepping up their game.
"The lighting of the cross is a very emotive symbol that will either be applauded or fill the viewer with disdain and revulsion. Show a picture of it to anyone and there will be no middle ground or apathy."
Being – with your bowel movements is one thing, but when an autistic kid gets caught in the crossfire, you know we're in trouble.
Rob Ford's sudden medical emergency has forced him to withdraw from the mayoral race. Enter his successor: Doug Ford, who will require some kind of miracle to pull off a victory.
A close look at how retired NYPD Deputy Inspector and community advocate Corey Pegues became New York's most maligned cop this week.
A longshot challenger to New York's vindictive governor only won 33 percent of the vote. But she could have laid the groundwork for a new progressive insurgency in the Democratic Party.
FEMA is asking Hurricane Sandy victims to return millions that it accidentally handed out following the devastating storm in the fall of 2012.
The UK has been cracking down on drugs. Scotland, though, might not be part of the UK for much longer. If there's a "yes" vote next week, independence will follow, and the Scottish Parliament will become accountable for policy in a range of new areas.
Good news for anyone out there who hates local screen culture.
More than 100 furious hacks surrounded Uber's offices in New York this week to protest the company's unfair policies toward its drivers. The good news is that the free market is on their side.
The United States is headed back to war in Iraq, but it won't be the type of war waged during President George W. Bush's time in office.