This decade had a lot of hackers, beefs, and spies. Maybe even too many.
Snowden published his memoir, "Permanent Record," and the US government doesn't want him to make any money off of it.
Jeff Sessions reportedly offered to resign, ISIS claims responsibility for Tehran attacks, three dead in suburban Salt Lake City shooting, and more.
Schumer threatens to block FBI appointment, ransomware attack gaining steam, federal appeals court to hear Trump travel ban case, and more.
Congressman Devin Nunes is apparently fine with revealing classified information as long as it helps Donald Trump.
They took a risk in harboring America’s most wanted whistleblower. Now they’re seeking refugee status in Canada.
Obama commutes Chelsea Manning's sentence, former president George H.W. Bush hospitalized, Fatah and Hamas agree on Palestinian unity government, and more.
Trump eyes climate change skeptic Ryan Zinke as interior secretary, despair in Aleppo as ceasefire and evacuation plans fall apart, scientists say 2016 marks "unprecedented" warming in the Arctic, and more.
FBI clears Clinton (again), Ohio judges lift constraints on voter intimidation, Syrian rebels announce assault on Raqqa, and more.
VICE caught up with director Oliver Stone to talk about the controversial subject of his latest film.