'This Is Similar to the Way Jesus Was Treated': Letters to Missouri Governor Shed Light on Racial Tensions in Ferguson Aftermath
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon's office was flooded with thousands of highly charged emails and letters from people around the world following Michael Brown's shooting.
On Thursday, the Senate votes on a bill that would overhaul the Freedom of Information Act.
Documents obtained by VICE News shed light on the relationship between government regulators and the telecoms they're regulating amid the net neutrality debate.
Primary Sources: How BP Lobbied the EPA to Let it Continue Being a 'Business Partner of the Government'
Two years after the Deepwater Horizon oil-spill disaster, BP compiled a 72-page report for the EPA to demonstrate how much the oil behemoth had changed.
The Senate Report on CIA Interrogation Is About to Reignite Debate Over the Killing of Osama Bin Laden
People familiar with the still-classified report describe an ongoing debate between the Senate and CIA over whether torture in fact led to crucial intelligence after 9/11.
Fawzi al-Odah, who the US government says traveled to Afghanistan to join extremists shortly after 9/11, will enter a rehabilitation center.
A new batch of heavily redacted investigative files reveal that the FBI was concerned about the anti-American screeds Samir Khan posted to his blog.
In response to a records request, Ferguson officials told VICE News there are almost no police emails relating to Michael Brown due to 'computer difficulties' that occurred right after he was killed.
Lawyers argue that the new prison guard policy at Guantanamo could put in jeopardy the government's ability to seek the death penalty for certain detainees.
Weeks before the elections, Obama is set to create the post to help manage Ebola response in the US, where a total of two people are known to have contracted the disease.
Documents obtained by VICE News show that DC police have been using a so-called Stingray device intended for counterterrorism to track common criminals.
A White House national security spokeswoman said she knows of no plans to override congressional opposition to moving detainees to US soil.
The NSA had claimed the financial information of former Director Keith Alexander was a national security issue. That's apparently no longer the case.
Almost 13 years after hunger strikes at Guantanamo first began, a federal judge could force military personnel to radically change the way they treat detainees.
VICE News traveled to Guantanamo Bay to speak to the new commander of the base. His plans seem to indicate its detention facility won't be closing anytime soon.
In 2006, Samir Khan was advocating online for violent jihad from his parents' home in North Carolina. Five years later, he was killed in a US drone strike in Yemen.
In court documents, the agency says an exhaustive search revealed no evidence to support the whistleblower's claim that he attempted to go through proper channels.
In his first primetime speech in a year, President Barack Obama announced his plan to battle the Islamic State in both Iraq and Syria.
The white paper, released to VICE News, addresses the legality of the CIA's targeted killing of a US citizen in Yemen.
Though the report does not provide names, it reveals the confirmed recidivism of one former detainee and suspicions surrounding another.