The probe follows a turbulent year for the infidelity website after hackers, in August 2015, leaked information about millions of users. Class action lawsuits in Canada and the US have since been launched.
By Tess Owen
Some employees say that bureaucracy and gross mismanagement is the reason for maddeningly long lines at airport security checkpoints across the US.
The 12 advanced vessels, touted as the best of their kind in the world, cost $40 billion and are meant to keep up with regional powers like China.
By Greg Walters
Coming ahead of parliamentary elections in September, the move may signal growing anxiety in the Kremlin about the potential for civil unrest as a collapse in oil prices pushes millions of Russians into poverty.
By VICE News
Following Tuesday’s attacks in Brussels, which killed at least 31 people, VICE News speaks to residents about what comes next for the city.
By VICE News
Hundreds of people gathered at the historic square in the Belgian capital overnight to pay tribute to those who died in the double terror attacks on Brussels' airport and subway.
Alexander De Croo has spoken out against mass public surveillance programs in the past, but his stance has slightly evolved in recent months.
After three months without food, doctors warn that Palestinian prisoner Mohammed al Qiq risks organ failure and internal bleeding that could result in sudden death.
Anyone wishing to maintain anonymity when sending VICE Media tips and documents can now use SecureDrop, a proven tool that utilizes Tor and PGP Encryption.
VICE News visited the West Bank's most famous biblical city, where violent clashes between Israeli security forces and Palestinian protesters are keeping tourists away this year.
By Liz Fields
The president and CEO of Planned Parenthood New York blamed the shooting on "dangerous" anti-abortion sentiment in the wake of a recent "sting" video controversy.
The Obama administration is also seeking to expand a "pre-clearance program" in foreign airports to allow American border officials to collect and screen biometric information before visa waiver travelers can board airplanes to the US.
Human rights and environmental groups say the government's claims of national security threats are really an attempt to limit demonstrations.
Mohammed Allan, a Palestinian lawyer and member of Islamic Jihad who nearly died during a two-month fast while in prison, was freed this afternoon.
Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook is being sued by 20,000 Israelis in New York for "facilitating and encouraging" Palestinian attackers — by connecting inciters with would-be assailants.
Benjamin Netanyahu claimed that Adolf Hitler "didn't want to exterminate the Jews" until a conversation with a Palestinian leader in 1941 — and created a political storm.
VICE News visited a gun store and shooting range in Jerusalem where business is booming since the government relaxed gun licensing laws, in the wake of a recent upsurge in violence.
Shooting, stabbings, and deaths are growing on both Israeli and Palestinian sides of the conflict as 10 days of tension are showing no sign of abating.
The elite undercover troops — wearing t-shirts, jeans, and keffiyehs to blend in — can be seen mingling with a crowd of Palestinian youths hurling rocks, before turning and firing handguns.
This is not the first time that jaunty pop music has been used to deliver a chilling propaganda message in the decades-old conflict in the Middle East, however.