Most crooks eventually get caught, but some members of Italian organized crime syndicates remain on the lam for decades. How do they do it?
The Festival State has some of the most outdated sex worker laws in the country. We examine why they're so averse to change.
The CIA recently rejected a FOIA request for bin Laden's pornography, which Navy Seals recovered during their 2011 raid of his compound in Pakistan.
A casual afternoon of teen drinking led to a horrific killing, the consequences of which are still being felt two years later.
Every time I drink my face turns bright red. Could a concoction called Before Elixir solve my problem?
Hastert has pleaded not guilty on white-collar crime charges. But what about those sexual abuse accusations?
Do new regulations protect at-risk women from human trafficking, or make it more dangerous for those doing consensual sex work?
"Some people think that solitary confinement is basically just spending some alone time," one former prisoner says. "It's not. It's like being buried alive."
A federal court granted Louisiana's request to delay the release of Angola Three prisoner Albert Woodfox until Friday.
In the conclusion to our three-part series, VICE News follows legendary peshmerga colonel Abu Rish as he defends a vital base overlooking the junction from against any potential Islamic State counterattack.
The city's tribe of impoverished bike messengers has had enough of crappy pay.
The small Scottish town of Kirkcaldy has been rocked by unanswered questions about the death of Sheku Bayoh.
Eric Casebolt, the police officer who was filmed pulling a young black girl down by her hair and sitting on her, has reportedly quit the department.
Unfair taxes are the tip of the iceberg. How long will it take to stop the embarrassed giggles that accompany words like "tampon" and "pad"?
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.