"My Rhetoric Brings People Together": Trump Has a Unique Take on His Anti-Immigrant Slurs

On his way to console the people of El Paso and Dayton, the president denied his ugly rhetoric had anything to do with either massacre


Watch AOC Give a Direct Message to White Supremacists: "We Will Love You Back"

"And we will always be here and hold space for you to come back," the freshman Democrat said at a vigil for the victims of two shootings this weekend.


Trump Stuck El Paso with a $470,000 Bill. Local Lawmakers Don’t Want Him Coming Back.

Local officials aren’t happy about the prospect of another visit from the president in the wake of Saturday’s mass shooting.


VIDEO: Here's a Short History of Trump Calling Immigration an "Invasion"

"People hate the word 'invasion', but that's what it is. It's an invasion of drugs and criminals and people."


Plague of Flies Caused By Chicken Poop Descends on Russian Villages

Swarms of the insects have blanketed several Russian towns in the Ural Mountains.


Venezuela's president is not happy about Trump's push to invade his country

“A military intervention on the part of the U.S. empire will never be a solution to Venezuela’s problems.”


A North Korean Refugee on His Escape from the 'Best Country in the World'

Escaping North Korea cost him five years of his life. Now, Jun Heo wants to tell the whole world his story.


2 million snakes have taken over the island of Guam

Guam's massive snake population has the U.S. government on the offensive, enlisting multiple government agencies, including the Department of Defense, to eradicate the invasive reptiles.


What Would Happen in the Minutes and Hours After the US Invaded Canada?

Here’s a play-by-play of the unthinkable.


'He's bad; we're good' —Tony Blair's notes to George Bush on Iraq war revealed

The British prime minister could be gushing in his praise for the American president, but very much aware that the Iraq war could ruin their legacy in history.


Waking Up In Another Country (Excerpt from 'The Russians Are Coming: Georgia's Creeping Occupation')

VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky speaks to a man who's home got fenced off, and was told that he no longer lives in Georgia.