Police killings of people of color continue to generate outrage across the country, leaving Baltimore activists to wonder exactly how much they've accomplished since Freddie Gray's death in April.
This morning, footage appears to show police in a Burger King the night Laquan McDonald was shot, the US will consider more troops to fight IS, Donald Trump refuses to do the next Republican debate for less than $5 million, and more.
Their dorms were turned into a building site so they refused to pay rent.
They seek a "legally binding and universal agreement" to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, "with the aim of keeping global warming below 2°C." Easy peasy.
The only question is what kind of impact former State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's fall will have on the way things get done in New York.
He faces five years in prison, but federal prosecutors don't consider him a threat.
The pope made what was arguably his riskiest stop yet in the Central African Republic, visiting the PK-5 neighborhood in the capital Bangui.
Over the weekend, a clearer picture of 57-year-old Robert Lewis Dear took shape.
Dennis Oland is accused of murdering his famous dad and the Maritimes can't take its eyes off the sad spectacle.
Reading them is the only way to know.
Saturday's "Don't Bomb Syria" protest struck a slightly fatalistic tone.
Judge Pierre Chevalier handed down a $1 fine to man who was prosecuted for owning 30 marijuana plants.
"I love the cutting, I love the chainsaw, I love being on the mountains. It's one of the places where you feel free. You feel like you're giving back."
In this episode of The People Speak, VICE News asked people around the world about what they think are the big issues. Climate change was at the top of the list.
News of his upcoming execution has made international headlines, but the harsh court ruling just underscores how hard it is to be an artist in Saudi Arabia.
An estimated 50,000 people took to the streets of London on the eve of the pivotal United Nations climate summit in Paris.
This morning, campaigners say a "firestorm" of anti-abortion rhetoric lead to the shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic which left three dead, climate change talks start in Paris, China is building the world's largest cattle cloning factory, and more.
Documents obtained by VICE News show that Robert Lewis Dear was no stranger to police while he lived in South Carolina.
With the violence in the country largely occurring between Christian and Muslim armed groups, the pope is expected to emphasize the need for improved relations between religions.
On Friday in Colorado Springs, a gunman fired on both cops and civilians, taking hostages and injuring at least eight people before being taken into custody.
Police say at least ten people have been attacked this year.
Capitalism is amazing.
With little hope of working with an orchestra, Mouataz Arian is using his computer to create compositions about the refugee crisis while in exile in Turkey.
While Health Canada drags its feet to approve it, PrEP is becoming a selling point on Grindr and Scruff.