The economy of towns and villages around the Faslane nuclear base rely on weapons of mass destruction that could kill us all.
A 38-year-old who had just been served a domestic protection order after allegedly abusing his girlfriend killed three and injured 14 before police got to him.
The shooting at Excel Industries in the small Kansas town of Hesston was allegedly carried out by an employee who may have recently lost his job.
Thursday's GOP debate was an all-out assault on Donald Trump by Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, but it might have been too little, too late.
This morning, Rubio lays into Trump at the latest Republican debate, polls open today in Iran, Facebook employees have defaced a Black Lives Matter slogan, and more.
People are still getting haircuts at the place despite a sprawling indictment from the Brooklyn DA's office.
Mass shootings aren't always public—and often target women and children behind closed doors.
Most controversially, the report says that assisted death should be available to those with mental illnesses or psychiatric conditions, and eventually, to minors.
With the Super Tuesday primaries losing, it's Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz's final opportunity to see if they can attack Donald Trump in a way that will stick.
After a 19-year-old Honduran migrant at Riverside High School was captured by immigration agents, attendance reportedly dropped by one-third in several of the school's classes.
Ammon Bundy and his feisty cohorts face up to six years in prison.
VICE News sits down with the former British Prime Minister to discuss what he hopes to achieve with the newly-created Commission on Countering Violent Extremism.
This morning, Apple promises its new iPhone will be harder to hack, France Demands $1.8 Billion from Google in taxes, and Amazon removes all hoverboards from its site.
If Ted Cruz can't win Bunkerville, where can he win?
You might call me a poster boy for an era of darkness, delays, denials, and intimidation under President Barack Obama.
In its annual report Amnesty International said governments' short-term national self-interest and draconian security crackdowns had led to an "unprecedented assault on human rights" in 2015.
A Federal Court judge says former prime minister Stephen Harper's law restricting patients from growing is unconstitutional.
The bill paves the way for medicinal cannabis products to be grown, manufactured, and prescribed in Australia.
Donald Trump won the Republican contest in Nevada on Tuesday, but a messy caucus night has raised many eyebrows. Alleged double-voting could potentially undermine the results.
This morning, Donald Trump sweeps to victory in Nevada, US officials discovered 14 potential new cases of the Zika virus, Kofi Annan has called for drugs to be legalized for personal use, and more.
Ben Carson is just the latest in a long line of people who have questioned the president's race.
Pope Francis used a recent visit to urge Mexicans to steer clear of the temptations of drugs and illicit cash, but when it comes to local cartels, the Catholic Church has its own questionable history to contend with.
Nine years after promising to shutter the place if elected, the president sent Congress a plan that will probably go nowhere.
The Austrian city has been named the world's most livable, but what does that actually mean, and who is it actually for?