By John Dyer
Looking to stash some cash? Credit Suisse has a mysterious elevator that whisks you to a bank branch inside the airport. The IRS is no fan.
A viral YouTube video allegedly catches Recep Tayyip Erdogan trying to hide millions of dollars, and it's had over three million hits.
The defense minister will face little competition once he announces his candidacy. His election would cement the Egyptian military's power.
With the situation in Ukraine as precarious as ever, it remains to be seen just how far Europe will go to welcome the country into its fold.
In early 2014, VICE headed to the front lines in Kiev as the city turned into a battlefield and dozens lost their lives.
The crowd rallied against a bevy of social issues, and its swelling numbers may indicate a sea change come midterm elections.
A new law proposed in Canada purports to crack down on "cyberbullies" — but it also targets terrorists and those who steal cable TV signals.
Chemicals that were banned from use in the 40s and 50s are showing up in the bloodstreams of children from the nearby First Nations reserve.
Anonymous held a protest a couple weeks ago and attracted a lot of media attention.
Is the "green rush" going to reach the British Isles anytime soon?
The mayor of Toronto admitted he smoked crack, denied hiring a hacker, got accused of ordering a beating, and how much he loves eating his w
Proposed changes to state marriage laws won't apply to intersex people.
What better way to celebrate your country's independence day than by attacking things you hate?
Petr Pavlensky is a political artist who has wrapped himself in barbed wire to protest his country's "repressive legal system" and sewed his
By Igor Pakovic
On November 3, Kosovo saw its first nationwide local elections since its independence in 2008.
Civil disobedience against Walmart has reached a new high.
Students in Bulgaria Want Their Entire Government to Resign
What's Going on in the New Rob Ford video