Following reports of an unusually chaotic and disorganized transition process, should Americans worry if positions in the executive branch are left vacant?
The new cash is encouraging, but still just a drop in the bucket compared to the federal money spent researching diseases like HIV and obesity, experts say.
Between court costs, lost tourism revenue, and company boycotts, HB2 has cost the state an estimated $395 million since it was passed in March.
Much like the dairy industry, egg producers are also feeling the crunch lately after a significant drop in demand and price.
A new study finds that the federal government is unable to determine how widespread the problem of sexual assault is in the US, in part because no one is able to agree on a single definition of sexual violence.
Trip reports from government researchers, confusion about how LSD gets made, and much more.
Former internet porn baron Jason Galanis has been busted for scamming members of the Oglala Sioux Nation out of $60 million. A professor of Native American studies explains why tribal communities are at risk of fraud.
Then Noisey follows rapper Allan Kingdom out into the Southern California wilderness to see where the musician finds inspiration.
The soldier, who is currently serving a 35-year sentence for leaking classified information, obtained documents that show how the US is using profiling to prevent future leaks.
In this excerpt, a young reporter from a local school in Harney County interviews Ryan Bundy about the future of the occupation.
VICE News' Henry Langston joined On The Line to take your questions about the Oregon Standoff.