In the 1980s Australia led the world in solar technology. Fast-forward to 2014, and one of the country's largest solar farms has been canned. So what happened?
"He has been overrated and he has to be put down to earth and treated as a normal person. Don't put him in Parliament Square. He is a symbol of what women don't want."
New Hampshire's dark horse Republican Senate candidate is turning right-wing populism into a crusade for campaign finance reform.
Earlier this year, Detroit's Water and Sewerage Department began turning off water utilities for overdue or delinquent accounts. Since April, the department has cut off the water for nearly 3,000 households per week—meaning roughly 100,000 Motor City resi…
British police managed to subdue a mentally ill man armed with a machete—without even shooting him. That wouldn't happen in America.
Last week, the protest camp that had occupied Kiev's Independence Square and became famous for sparking the conflict that overthrew Victor Yanukovych's government was finally cleared away.
Amazon is apparently about to shell out a shade under a billion dollars for Twitch, an interactive, YouTube-meets-ESPN platform for video-game streaming.
Burger King is sizing up Tim Horton's for acquisition. If the deal goes through, the alliance will have a market cap of $18 billion, and the new company will become the third-largest fast-food retailer on the planet.
After the trial of a despised criminal turned out to be ratings gold for CCTV, China started turning televised confessions into mass entertainment. The schadenfreude that viewers express online is torrential.
We spoke with the veteran journalist ahead of his lecture at FODI 2014
A new book written using hacked information is dominating New Zealand media while political parties try and get their policies heard ahead of next month's election.
As pro-Russia rebels and Ukrainian forces battle for control of the east's second largest city, tens of thousands of citizens live without running water, electricity, and telecommunications.
Politicians praised this weekend's protest against the NYPD for being calm and orderly, but "calm and orderly" doesn't always bring about change.
After over two weeks of protests and police action in the wake of his killing, the funeral for Mike Brown will take place today. VICE News is on the ground in Ferguson.
In 2011, veteran Philadelphia police officer Ray Lewis became a mascot for the non-hippies at Occupy Wall Street. Last week he brought his colorful brand of activism to Ferguson.
The rich door involves smoked glass and a concierge; the poor door is off an alley favored by drunk weekend warriors stumbling around after getting a late-night snack.
Members of the Islamist-allied Misrata militia have reportedly burned Tripoli International Airport shortly after capturing it from Libya's nationalist Zintan fighters, following a month-long battle for control.
We watched Scott Morrison get grilled under oath.
Australia is the world's great melting pot. We're a diverse group of multiculturalists who came together with one shared dream: to steal a continent from the people who had been living here for fifty thousand years.
When 16-year-old Alexander "AJ" Betts Jr. took his life last year after being bullied, six of his organs-including his heart, lungs, and kidneys-were donated to others. But because he was gay, his eyes were not.
We hung out with the kids of Ferguson to find out what they think about what's happening in their town.
Pro-Russia rebels and Ukrainian forces are battling for control of Eastern Ukraine's second largest city.
We traveled to Guantánamo Bay and spoke to a former detainee and guard to find out what life's like at Gitmo.
The Islamic State releases a propaganda video of Yazidi men and boys converting to Islam, and the Chinese government advises villagers in Xinjiang to fight terrorism with "angry stares."