Everyone knows Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was one of the brothers behind the horrific Boston Marathon bombing, so why do we need to revisit the brutal facts of this case again?
LGBT Rights Campaigner Peter Tatchell was there, as well as a red-faced Rod Liddle, who suggested most fashion designers are fascists.
The Virunga National Park is home to about a quarter of the world's remaining mountain gorillas, as well as tons of other endangered species.
When you pride yourself on having two daughters, like Phillip Resendez does, the natural thing to do is to get into a high-speed chase with the LAPD on your motorcycle.
He just waved it around like an interpretive-dancing Leatherface.
Quebec investigators have searched, bugged, and infiltrated a group of Quebec communists, and they have nothing to show for it.
We talked to the director of a new documentary about a pioneering girls' school in Afghanistan, and the effect that the departure of Western forces will have on the country.
Nadeem Qamar is the last remaining lawyer representing Dr. Shakil Afridi after another attorney was assassinated in Pakistan on Tuesday. He told VICE News that the case is the "world's greatest conspiracy."
VICE News traveled to Seoul to watch a clandestine launch of propaganda balloons into the Hermit Kingdom.
After 41 years, the cops think they found out who murdered Johnny Watson—but will the conviction stick in court?
A decade after setting up a special unit to monitor the use of force by cops in Los Angeles, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton is importing the idea to NYC.
Tick Segerblom is a politician pushing for sane marijuana policy in his state, which is how he wound up fielding questions about SB 372. I called him up to talk politics and animal buds.
This morning a court ruling prolonged the ban on India's Daughter, a BBC documentary about rape in India. But the longer it lasts, the more people will talk about it.
So far, Republicans haven't followed through on a threat to arrest DC officials over weed legalization, but a congressional investigation is still looming.
Jailhouse informants aren't just dangerous because they put good people away—they're dangerous because they can help the worst criminals catch a break.
This Sunday during a speech at South by Southwest, Juraj Vaculík announced that his company, AeroMobile, plans to put a functional flying car on the consumer market by 2017. You probably won't get one though.
Benjamin Netanyahu defied exit polls to emerge as the clear winner in the vote, putting him on course to become the longest serving prime minister in the country's history.
Richard Kirk's attorneys say he should be found not guilty of first-degree murder because he having TCH-induced hallucinations when he shot his wife.
The presumed 2016 candidate is taking selfies, talking about 3-D printing, and doing Meerkats, but will any of that help him win over young voters?
For 15 years, San Francisco cops have had just one officer on the mental health beat, leaving her to conduct an uphill battle on the fringe of America's dire healthcare system.
Government troops and allied Shia militias carried out the destruction after breaking a siege by the jihadists on the town of Amerli in August last year, according to Human Rights Watch.
They want it to house five million people, have a green space twice the size of Central Park, an amusement park four times the size of Disneyland, and an airport as big as Heathrow. Oh, and they'd like it to be finished in seven years, please.
"For every one lawyer that we lose, that's 240 Indigenous people that will miss out on representation."
A scheduled stand-up show got killed by a snarl of logistics and conflict.