“It's the definition of hell on earth. People lost everything, it's just terrible.”
Survivors and advocates told VICE News they’ve failed to see Time’s Up, a cornerstone of the #MeToo movement, live up to its lofty promises.
The Chicago judge's ruling—perhaps the first of its kind—came during a child support hearing.
“They cleaned it out real good, and then they had to stitch it because it was so deep,” his mother told VICE News.
Ariel Harrison says she was afraid of being sexually assaulted in jail—and that she shouldn’t have been arrested in the first place.
Two new bills in Oregon and Illinois are trying to change that.
The grant program could act as a blueprint as cities look to address the policies that made it nearly impossible for Black families to build wealth.
Lightning could have been a major source of the element phosphorus, which is necessary for life, on early Earth.
In the wake of Prop 22 passing in California, gig companies are gearing up for fights nationwide and fostering ties with Democrats.
In the last week of March, Florida answered just 1 percent of the phone calls it received from newly-unemployed people desperate to file claims.
The Bleak Choice Facing Retired Doctors and Nurses: Risk Their Lives Fighting Coronavirus or Sit Out of the Crisis
“I mean, I’m gonna get it. Am I going to die?”
They're the latest places taking extreme measures to flatten the curve so medical facilities don't get overwhelmed.