On Tuesday, US and Cuban officials met in Havana to do away with long-standing barriers that banned regular US commercial carriers from operating on the island, allowing Americans to soon purchase a plane ticket from the US to Cuba.
Young would-be Islamic State recruits live on social media, and that's where a new US strategy is looking for them. It comes with a whole lot of controversy, and doubts over whether it works.
Reps. Mike Pompeo, Lee Zeldin, and Frank LoBiondo — all opponents of the recent Iran nuclear deal — formally requested visas to visit the country.
On Monday, al Qaeda's branch in the Arabian Peninsula managed to capture the city of Azzan, a major Yemeni commercial hub with 70,000 people in it.
We spoke to Abu Abdulrahman, the man who commands a contingent of rebel fighters in the town that has been under a crippling siege for the past six months.
Clint Van Zandt, a former chief hostage negotiator for the FBI, was at the 1993 raid in Waco, Texas, that left 76 people dead. He explained to VICE News what the FBI learned from that disaster.
Denmark's parliament just passed a controversial new law that will allow authorities to confiscate assets valued over $1450 from migrants fleeing across the border.
Justin T. Bamberg, a prominent African-American civil rights attorney and lawmaker, has switched his allegiance ahead of South Carolina's key primary.
Angry mobs ransacked and set fire to the Saudi embassy in Tehran and and a consulate in the city of Mashhad after the execution of a prominent Shiite cleric.
After a bomb blast ripped apart an apartment building in Giza outside of Cairo, the government was quick to blame the Muslim Brotherhood, but both the Islamic State and a militant group called Revolutionary Punishment claimed responsibility.
The US Department of Defense's Task Force for Business and Stability Operations has been an unending source of scandal after audits found that it spent $43 million on a gas station and $150 million on private villas and associated security.
At least five US citizens, including three American-born children, are struggling to survive a Hezbollah-imposed siege that has left Madaya sorely lacking in food and medicine — and with no means of escape.
Libya named a new national unity government on Tuesday — a small but important step toward ending the nation's bloody, multi-party civil war. Looming over the ordeal is the specter of the Islamic State, which is expanding a mini-state in Sirte.
The International Atomic Energy Agency signaled to the world that Iran has earned relief from crippling economic sanctions by rolling back its nuclear capabilities.
A new Inspector General report reveals that much of the money the US spent trying to build up the Afghan mining sector was squandered
The Danish parliament is debating a measure that would empower police to seize any cash or valuables over $1,450 from migrants crossing into the country.
One of Clinton's closest advisors passed her an intelligence report prepared by an ex-CIA official that speculated about France's motivations for bombing Libya.
Nearly $200 million in taxpayer money went to build health clinics in Afghanistan. Now a government watchdog on reconstruction says that many of the facilities are poorly maintained and that their GPS coordinates don't correspond with reality.
When a secure fax line malfunctioned, the then-Secretary of State may have taken a shortcut that could have violated the law.
The town is encircled by a blockade of Hezbollah fighters supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and no food has been allowed in for months. Citizens have died from starvation inside and others have been killed trying to flee.