The president moves towards taking action on gun control—but he may not manage to accomplish a lot.
The Trump campaign's first ad contains familiar promises to "cut the head off" ISIS, temporarily ban Muslims from entering the US, and build a massive wall on the Mexico.
It's a pretty good start to 2016.
This morning, armed protestors occupying a federal building in Oregon vow to stay "for years," Saudi Arabia severs ties with Iran, Malaysia issues a vaping fatwa, and more.
Strolling down halls and poised outside doorways, mosque security guards are vigilant human reminders of the fear and danger that come with being Muslim in the US right now.
The head of a UK government unit says there's sufficient evidence to justify charges against British troops for the abuse and murder of Iraqi civilians.
Most of the 47 were Sunni Muslims convicted of al Qaeda attacks in Saudi Arabia, but four, including prominent cleric Nimr al-Nimra, were Shiites.
Israeli police are searching for the attacker who killed two people and wounded five others during a shooting in central Tel Aviv.
A civil defense official appeared on Al Arabiya TV and said that no injuries had resulted from the fire so far, and confirmed that the city's New Year's festivities would proceed.
The idea could be moving from your uncle's Facebook post to the California State Senate.
People of color keep getting killed in Chicago, and the most powerful man in town is feeling the heat.
In 2015, conservative politicians enacted 57 abortion restrictions in the United States, continuing a five-year pattern of attacking women's autonomy over their bodies.
Breaking down what criminal charges against the comedian mean for the 50-plus other women who have accused Cosby of rape—and whether he's likely to do time.
Tonya Couch, Carrot Top impersonator and mother of the 'Affluenza Teen,' has been deported from Mexico, Denver issued a recall of 100,000 weed edibles, and Brussels has canceled its New Year's fireworks amid fears of a terrorist attack.
A new poll shows that over two-thirds of Canadians disagree with Trump, although most wouldn't go so far as to ban him from their country.
The VICE News Paris office looks back at the lessons learned while reporting on the deadliest violence to strike France since World War II.
The pair were due to be flown back to Houston from Puerto Vallarta on Wednesday, accompanied by US Marshals. But they filed an injunction to delay their extradition from the country and will not be leaving as planned.
Officials are trying to figure out whether or not eight soldiers had sex with two police officers in the chaotic aftermath of the tragedy that claimed 130 lives.
KaloBios Pharmaceuticals filed for Chapter 11 protection just a week after it fired Shkreli as its CEO. He also resigned as head of Turing Pharmaceuticals after he was arrested two weeks ago on fraud charges related to yet another drug firm.
The 78-year-old comedian has been charged with aggravated indecent assault for allegedly drugging and penetrating a Temple University employee in 2004.
Evacuations due to flooding have begun in Missouri, the US spied on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and J-Law hates New Year's Eve.
From the end of Ebola in West Africa to measles spreading at Disneyland, a grim medley of viral and bacterial infections made headlines this year.
Texas teenager Ethan Couch, famous for evading jail time after killing four people while driving drunk in 2013, was arrested with his mother on Monday in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Ebola first showed up in Guinea in December 2013. Now, more than 3,500 Ebola infections later, the West African country has gone 42 days without a new case. There are other reasons for optimism, too.