This morning, orca whale breeding is banned at California's Seaworld, North Korea prepares for a massive party, NASA finds "red water" on Pluto, and more.
It was revealed earlier this week that Australian forces haven't flown a mission in Syria since Russia became involved. No official reason has been given.
A look at what the far-right hive mind has spewed out in the wake of the latest mass shooting.
A state senator from Queens wants to scrap the archaic system of holding some people in jail before their trial unless they can pay for freedom.
The BBC and the United Nations have put together a report that puts financial figures on all of mother nature's unpaid labour.
After facing months or even years of danger and hardship on their journey to America, North Korean defectors often must deal with intense isolation as they struggle to forge new lives.
Enterprising stoners have figured out how to vape hash oil in order to get discreetly high in public.
Criminal justice professor Maria Haberfeld explains all the things you need to keep in mind when you're stopped by the cops.
The surprise decision leaves Republicans without an obvious choice to replace John Boehner at the end of the month.
For weeks, imports from India to Nepal have been constricted—and nobody really knows why. This is what Kathmandu looks like without gas.
After recent Russian violations of Turkish airspace, the alliance's Secretary-General said today that "NATO is ready and able to defend all allies, including Turkey, against any threats."
This week Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced that statewide sales of the drug will commence in 2017.
This morning, prisoners beat Harvard students in a debate, officials say the Islamic State used mustard gas, Canadians calling themselves "Sluts Against Harper" promise to send nude photos to anyone who votes against the Conservative leader, and more.
Not to freak you out or anything, but you should probably be more paranoid when you're online.
VICE talks to the transgender patients desperately battling for fair treatment in the Canadian healthcare system, and the doctors who say providing this care is not only possible, but could mean the difference between life and death.
They told us that there's no reason to lose your shit about the prospect of terrorists getting "nukes" on the black market. But it would be possible for them to acquire some kinds of radioactive material.
The man and his father are now looking for a new hospital in which he can safely get his weight down in preparation for gastric bypass surgery.
I asked them why they want the Conservatives to feel shame.
The scandal briefly gripped Brazil two years ago, uniting two of the country's most serious injustices: unequal access to healthcare and legal help. But hundreds of families are still waiting for answers.
It's education through live-action RPGs, and it's spreading.
A new report criticizes Congress for allowing America's corporate giants to hide their profits overseas, thus avoiding paying billions in taxes and forcing US taxpayers to make up the slack.
Recently, NATO has proved a touchy subject on both the right and the left of British politics. Here's everything you need to know about the international military alliance.
Last night, social media in the UK was ablaze with rumors of a riot brewing in Walthamstow, East London. VICE sent a reporter down to see what all the fuss was about.
This morning, the US admits it mistakenly bombed an Afghan hospital, Moldova stops nuclear smugglers selling material to extremists, an Australian state gets medical weed, and more.