Across Venezuela, coalitions of political groups and students are taking to the streets, rattling the country to its core.
In Illinois in 2013, a fine black residue fell, and clung to everything it touched. Residents soon learned that it was an oil byproduct.
Tired of shakedowns, kidnappings, and violence, a group of Mexican farmers and businessmen have taken matters into their own hands.
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Filmmaker David Ridgen returned to a 1964 Mississippi murder site and helped crack open a 40-year-old cold case.
In Sochi, a group of uniformed Cossacks attacked members of the protest group with pepper spray and horse whips.
Tim Pool reports on the Ukraine's biggest political crisis since the 2004 Orange Revolution
While world leaders meet for Geneva II, the fighting in Syria bleeds over the border into Lebanon, pushing the country toward civil war.
In October 2013, VICE News was invited to visit the infamous tech mogul and creator of Megaupload, Kim Dotcom.