Jeffs, a bishop in the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, had escaped after being arrested for alleged food-stamp fraud last year.
VICE meets three young women who explain why they left Warren Jeffs's Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and talk about the struggle to build a new life.
Inside the investigation into the cross-border pipeline used to transport the underage wives of FLDS leader Warren Jeffs.
Leaders of a polygamous community there were among eleven people charged with food-stamp fraud and money laundering.
Federal prosecutors have indicted 11 top leaders of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on charges of money laundering and fraud.
Two US towns settled by fundamentalist Mormons are being sued by the Department of Justice for systematically discriminating against non-fundamentalist residents.
We spoke to a law professor who conducted in-depth interviews with FLDS survivors about the abuses women face in the church. These include the "seed bearer" ritual, in which only chosen men are permitted to have sex with the cult's women.
A flash flood warning is in place until noon on Tuesday, but rescue crews and search teams are still scouring the area with tracking dogs and drones.
The current charge is the latest in a long and complicated series of failed attempts by the British Columbia government to convict Winston Blackmore and other spiritual leaders in Bountiful, a religious commune in southern BC.
What's the connection between the Mormon Church's founder, Joseph Smith, and the geriatric but still notorious and imprisoned Charles Manson? There are lots of them.
Documents submitted Tuesday say the US Marshal's office for two communities acts as the "de facto" law enforcement arm of the FLDS church.