We thought you might like it if we gathered up some of this week's best stories and videos for your Easter-4/20 weekend. Burn well, bunnies.
At least he has no interest in annexing Alaska — too cold.
The government is projected to profit from student loan debts over the next ten years — to the tune of $127 billion.
The future of public health is here, and it’s just in time for the World Cup.
Dread Pirate Roberts captained a ship that many thought was unsinkable. But when the FBI seized the original Silk Road on October 1, 2013 and arrested the alleged kingpin — 29-year-old Ross Ulbricht — the online drug empire began to capsize.
Pro-Russia forces are now in control of several cities in the eastern part of Ukraine. Kiev is starting to fight back, and we have photos.
International aid, delivered on a soft-tail.
The people that make your Adidas, Nike, and Reebok sneakers have been protesting in China this week over unpaid social security and housing benefits for workers.
Incredible photos from nearly 30 years of jihadis at war.
VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky interviewed troops deployed in the operation at the border between Kharkiv and Donetsk, while the Ukrainian military launched an anti-terrorist operation to quell the pro-Russia violence and unrest that has swept eastern Ukraine.
Pro-Russia protesters made international news this week when they stormed and captured a police station in the eastern Ukrainian city of Horlivka. As the mob captured the station, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky followed them in.