It's a sign that democratically elected governments are growing more comfortable cracking down on journalists for publishing information originally obtained illegally, even if it’s in the public interest.
The country's leading humor publication has taken a stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict in a way that most "real" newspapers haven't.
A court ruled that the detention of journalist Glenn Greenwald's partner, who was carrying Snowden files, breached his right to freedom of expression, and that the UK definition of terror was too broad.
Most of the time, I don't give a shit that the government is spying on me. Turns out, I probably should.
The online magazine dropped an eight-part series based on information provided by an anonymous whistleblower.
Heavily redacted FBI documents obtained by VICE News shed light on the FBI's response to a report revealing the derogatory name had been used on an agency form.
Most of what Clinton said at last night's debate about Edward Snowden is patently false.
Hacker and privacy advocate Jacob Appelbaum's new photo exhibit celebrates well-known (and invisible) dissidents, from Ai Weiwei to William Binney.
Documents obtained exclusively by VICE News reveal the eagerness with which members of Congress pursued information they could use to 'damage' Edward Snowden's credibility.
Congress never intended the bulk collection of Americans' phone records under the Patriot Act, the court ruled.