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This nightly news program is a collaboration between HBO and Vice News, the online journalism outlet. The program offers capsulized bites of the day's news stories, and HBO has committed to airing it for at least three years from its inception in October 2016. Most critics have described the program as an uncomfortable combination of traditional nightly newscasts and a youthful attempt to be different.

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October 10, 2016
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Vice News Tonight Full Episode Guide

  • In Wayne County, Michigan, annual online foreclosure auctions are massive—this year's saw more than 6,000 Detroit properties up for sale. But there’s evidence that many of these foreclosures are on improperly assessed homes. VICE News investigates how the county might be benefiting from the sale of occupied homes. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • For formerly incarcerated women struggling with drug addiction, re-entering society can be a vulnerable time to relapse. VICE News takes an intimate look at a faith-based sober living home in Claremore, Oklahoma, through the eyes of Amber and Drew, two mothers who are trying to reunite with their children and rebuild their lives. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • The nuclear production complex called the Hanford Site was a crucial part of the Manhattan Project, the U.S. government’s secret program that produced the atomic bomb. Plutonium developed at Hanford was used in the bomb dropped on Nagasaki in 1945. Now, the U.S. isn’t just preserving this piece of history—it’s showing it off. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Immigrants from India hold by far the largest number of H-1Bs--temporary visas for skilled workers. For many, that temporary status has become a way of life. No matter how long they’ve lived in the United States, most have no hope of getting a green card anytime soon, if ever. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Today the Syrian regime agreed to a ceasefire in Eastern Ghouta, ending a four-year government siege. VICE News reports on the starvation, disease and chaos it has caused. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • President Trump has appointed 36-year-old Brett Talley to a federal judgeship in Alabama. Talley, who has never tried a case, has been rated by the American Bar Association as “unqualified” for the position. As Talley awaits Senate confirmation, VICE News examines who he is and why he was appointed. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic was sentenced to life in prison for genocide and crimes against humanity by the U.N. war crimes tribunal. Mladic, known as the "Butcher of Bosnia," led forces during the 1992-1995 conflict that killed more than 100,000. VICE News Tonight visited Mladic's village as the verdict was read. Watch tonight at 7:30 ET.

  • Hundreds of people gathered for the first ever International Flat Earth Conference. Sold out for months, the conference allowed attendees who previously only interacted online to swap conspiracy theories in person and meet heroes of the movement. VICE News Tonight went to North Carolina to check it out. Watch tonight and tomorrow at 7:30 ET.

  • The first news program of its kind to air on HBO, 'VICE News Tonight' provides an indispensable source of up-to-date news. Distinguishing itself from the format of traditional daily TV newscasts, the show has no anchor, and instead utilizes correspondent-reported field pieces, newsmaker interviews and profiles, animation and graphics, and 'from-the-desk' reports.

  • Although home healthcare is one of the fastest growing professions in the United States, the workers are some of the lowest paid and least protected in the country. VICE News travels to Georgia, where domestic workers weren’t guaranteed a minimum wage until 2015. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • By the end of this century, an estimated 13 million Americans will be forced to move because of rising sea levels, flooding and erosion. The federal government has no contingency plans for climate migration. VICE News travels to Newtok, Alaska to talk to people who are the forefront of climate change. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Several women have now stepped forward to accuse Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for a Senate seat in Alabama, of sexual misconduct when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s. VICE News sits down with a group of Alabama residents to talk about Moore’s controversial candidacy and what it means for their state. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • With the release of their Iron Stache ad for WI Democrat Randy Bryce, Matt McLaughlin and Bill Hyers have received attention for changing the way political ads are made. VICE News documents their unique process as they produce an ad for PA Lt. Governor candidate John Fetterman. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • In Marawi, the Philippine Government has declared an end to the five months of heavy clashing between ISIS fighters and the local Special Forces. VICE News travels to the Philippines to examine the aftermath. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • A 1980 Baptist church shooting in Daingerfield, Texas bears similarities to Sunday's shooting in Sutherland Springs. VICE News visits Daingerfield to talk about how a massacre impacts a community, how churchgoers continue to cope decades later, and what it means for the future. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • In a matter of days, Iraq's central government took back disputed territory and oil from the Kurds in the northern region. Kurdistan continues to reel from its losses, and the resignation of its president, following a historic independence referendum which left their dream of autonomy in tatters. VICE News reports from the north of Iraq.

  • Despite being the main opposition of Putin's United Russia, the country's aging Communist party is no longer the force it once was, making it increasingly difficult to attract new members. VICE News traveled to the World Festival of Youth and Students in Sochi to see how party leader Gennady Zyuganov is trying to win over young comrades. A046}

  • When the Boy Scouts of America announced it would soon allow girls to join as Cub Scouts, concerns were raised about the plan potentially posing an existential threat to the Girl Scouts. VICE News investigated whether that is the case. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is suing the state of Mississippi for inequitable education, but they are taking an unusual approach: The organization is using the Readmission Act of 1870 to challenge a system they argue has denied black citizens equal access to a good education. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • After eight people were killed in a terrorist attack in New York City this week, President Trump proposed a solution: Dismantling the diversity visa program. VICE News examines whether doing so would actually help. Plus, a look at the farmers competing to produce the country’s most genetically elite cows. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Investigation into Russia's interference with the 2016 U.S. election continued today when a Senate Judiciary subcommittee heard testimony from Facebook, Twitter and Google. VICE News investigates Facebook's history of profiting off user data, moving fast and breaking things--maybe this time, to much greater costs. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Wolfenstein 2, the latest installment in the series of World War II video games, is set in an alternate universe where the Nazis won and have colonized America. VICE News goes to Maryland to talk to Public Relations head Pete Hines about what it's like to have created a game that holds much more political relevance than intended. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Just yesterday, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Jane Doe, an undocumented teenager being held in federal custody, could get an abortion. This morning, Doe underwent the procedure, which comes after a month of escalating legal battles with the Trump administration. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Two years ago, the Aliso Canyon gas facility in Los Angeles was at the center of the worst gas blowout in U.S. history when a ruptured well released toxic chemicals. The site has since reopened, but while officials and experts disagree on whether there is a link between the blowout and long-term health issues, residents have their own thoughts. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Ed Gillespie is the quintessential establishment Republican--former RNC chair, an advisor to both Bush and Romney, major GOP fundraiser, and now a candidate for Governor of Virginia. But in Trump's world, he has begun to court the anti-establishment base in order to to stay competitive. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • On Tuesday, thousands of French public workers staged their first nationwide strike under President Emmanuel Macron to express their anger with his labor reforms. VICE News looks at how Macron's battle with France's totemic unions could define his presidency. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • A deadly outbreak of Hepatitis A has forced California to declare a state of emergency, but the spread of infection has hit San Diego particularly hard. The disease is transferred by fecal matter, so people who lack access to proper sanitation are the most at risk. The city now faces an even larger issue: homelessness. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • Massive fires continue to sweep through California, some of the deadliest the state has seen. VICE News spent 24 hours with a crew of firefighters working to calm the fires. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • One of the country's leading gun-control groups, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, is suing the makers and sellers of bump stocks--the device used by Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock. Josh Hersh meets with firearms expert and ex-ATF official, Rick Vasquez, to discuss bump stocks and the history behind them. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • This week, the House plans to vote on a legislation that would provide billions of dollars in disaster relief to help states and territories recovering from recent storms. VICE News visits Barbuda to find out what it's like to be on an island that is now uninhabitable. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • One day before Alabama decides between Roy Moore and Doug Jones, VICE News is on the ground to find out how voters are feeling about an election that could send an accused pedophile to the U.S. Senate. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • For formerly incarcerated women struggling with drug addiction, re-entering society can be a vulnerable time to relapse. VICE News takes an intimate look at a faith-based sober living home in Claremore, Oklahoma, through the eyes of Amber and Drew, two mothers who are trying to reunite with their children and rebuild their lives. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • The first news program of its kind to air on HBO, 'VICE News Tonight' provides an indispensable source of up-to-date news. Distinguishing itself from the format of traditional daily TV newscasts, the show has no anchor, and instead utilizes correspondent-

  • Immigrants from India hold by far the largest number of H-1Bs—temporary visas for skilled workers. For many, that temporary status has become a way of life. No matter how long they’ve lived in the United States, most have no hope of getting a green card anytime soon, if ever. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Roberto Ferdman is in San Juan, talking to federal employees who say there just aren't enough people on the ground to get everyone the help they need.

  • As President Trump prepares to visit Puerto Rico, San Juan is slowly recovering from the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, with basic services like banks and public transportation having yet to resume normal operations. But what happens after curfew? VICE News follows local police during an overnight shift.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile

  • The Mosul offensive continues, as Iraqi troops close in on ISIS's final stronghold in the country. Plus, a look at the confusion and uncertainty around the Supreme Court's travel ban exemption. New episodes return Wednesday, July 5.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social

  • VICE News Tonight which premieres Oct. 10 (weeknights, 7:30 ET/PT) as the network's first daily series, won't just rehash the major stories of the day for those playing catch-up. Instead, the half-hour program assumes that viewers have already read the headlines on their phones and laptops, and want a more well-rounded, in-depth look at what's happening around the world.

  • VICE News Tonight which premieres Oct. 10 (weeknights, 7:30 ET/PT) as the network's first daily series, won't just rehash the major stories of the day for those playing catch-up. Instead, the half-hour program assumes that viewers have already read the headlines on their phones and laptops, and want a more well-rounded, in-depth look at what's happening around the world.

  • VICE News Tonight which premieres Oct. 10 (weeknights, 7:30 ET/PT) as the network's first daily series, won't just rehash the major stories of the day for those playing catch-up. Instead, the half-hour program assumes that viewers have already read the headlines on their phones and laptops, and want a more well-rounded, in-depth look at what's happening around the world.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • Tom Perriello is seizing on Bernie-style outsider energy in an effort to win the Virginia Democratic primary for governor. Plus, a look at the consequences of Prime Minister Theresa May's snap election for the U.K.'s Brexit strategy. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE reports on the anti-fascist 'Antifa' movement, known for its aggression at protests. Plus, the latest on James Comey's testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • As scandal grips the Trump White House, almost every staffer may need a personal lawyer. Plus, a journey to Windsor, Canada, to investigate a mysterious sound plaguing residents. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE follows British artist Cornelia Parker as she gathers inspiration for an artwork that sums up the 2017 general election. Plus, a report on the corruption trial that could bring down Brazil's President Michel Temer. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE reports on Hawaii's ambitious goals for energy independence, and how Tesla's new solar facility fits into those plans. Plus, an interview with legendary former attorney F. Lee Bailey about the Bill Cosby case. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • VICE reports on protests in Venezuela, and talks to opposition leader Henrique Capriles, who was beaten during a demonstration. Plus, the latest on Trump and the Paris climate agreement. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • The Philippine Army is fighting to retake Marawi, a city seized by ISIS-linked militants. Plus, a visit to Duck Beach, North Carolina, to see how young Mormons celebrate spring break. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE joins U.S. troops deployed as part of Operation Atlantic Resolve, a display of force against Russia. Romania is playing a key role in this new American mission. Plus, a look at Saudi Arabia's first-ever Comic Con. Watch Monday's through Thursdays at

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • VICE explores how the GOP health care bill could impact the lives of disabled Americans. Plus, a look at why some states are refusing to give voter data to Trump's election fraud commission. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE reports on the alleged torture and murder of gay men in the predominantly Muslim republic of Chechnya. Plus, a look at 'Trading Races,' a new card game that asks players to rank the ''blackness'' of famous African Americans. Watch Mondays through Thu

  • VICE travels to Iran to see how the nuclear deal has affected the lives of ordinary citizens. Plus, a look back at the follies of past U.S. presidents in brokering peace between Israel and Palestine. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • Getting a seat at the White House press briefing might mean you write nice things about Donald Trump. VICE talks to a 28-year-old blogger for Gateway Pundit, one of several pro-Trump sites given White House press credentials. Plus, a look at using satellite photos to predict North Korea's next nuclear move. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • Fighting and chaos in Libya could pave the way for an ISIS comeback in the country. Plus, a look at the move to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE profiles Aramis Ayala, a Florida state attorney who has refused to seek the death penalty in capital cases. Plus, a look at the 22-year-old blogger who stopped the global ransomware attack. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • Gay rights activists are calling for action over the alleged detention and murder of gay men in Chechnya. Plus, a look at the Democrats' prospects for victory in the 2018 mid-term elections after House Republicans passed the Obamacare repeal bill. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • VICE interviews a woman who escaped from Boko Haram militants after being kidnapped for more than five years. Plus, a Montana resort town becomes the unexpected battleground for a campaign of neo-Nazi harassment. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • For many years, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula trying to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight'' does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show,'' offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience.

  • VICE profiles French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, a far-right nationalist who wants to abandon the Euro and curb immigration. Plus, a look at the House Freedom Caucus and its shifting stance on health care reform. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • When Britain leaves the European Union in March 2019, its mighty banks will lose their automatic right to trade in the rest of the continent, creating a major business opportunity for other European cities. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • HD. An unfiltered look at Donald Trump's first 100 days in office, in stories told by the people who have the most to gain or lose.

  • Millions of bats have died from white-nose syndrome, a disease spreading at an alarming rate across the U.S. Plus, Ireland is using Brexit as an opportunity to steal billions of dollars in banking business from London. Watch a special episode on Trump's f

  • Maine's governor is asking President Trump to revoke a national monument for the first time in history. Plus, VICE reports from the Libyan coast, where hundreds of migrants have died trying to reach Italy. Watch a special episode on Trump's first 100 days

  • VICE reports on a pro-Trump pastor's efforts to hold a gang summit on Chicago violence. Plus, a look at North Korea's progress in developing a nuclear missile capable of reaching the U.S. mainland. Watch a special episode on Trump's first 100 days in offi

  • VICE reports on the challenges of getting scientists to run for political office. Plus, a look at the Democratic candidate in Montana's special election--folk singer and cowboy poet Rob Quist. Stay tuned for a special episode this Friday at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE profiles French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, who may stand the best chance of beating Marine Le Pen. Plus, an interview with Silvio Berlusconi, the former Italian prime minister who essentially wrote the Donald Trump playbook. Watch Monday

  • VICE meets a basketball coach suing the NCAA over its ban on convicted felons. Plus, Apple sets a new sustainability objective that could change the technology industry. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE reports on the Facebook killer and the rise of horrific crimes being broadcast on social media. Plus, a look at the fear of filing taxes, and a new installment of Music Corner with rap group Run the Jewels. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM

  • Texas is the only state that allows employers to opt out of workers' compensation plans. Plus, Turkey's President Erdogan won sweeping new powers in a referendum on Sunday. Stay tuned for a special episode this Friday at 7:30 PM ET.

  • Artist Genevieve Gaignard talks about 'The Powder Room,' her new solo show exploring racial identity in America. Plus, a look at Turkish political cartoonists and a report from inside North Korea. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE travels to Somalia with a doctor distributing aid to a drought-stricken town. Plus, a report on Quebec's maple syrup cartel, and the farmer who's fighting its control over producers. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • ISIS fighters are slowly losing their grip on Mosul, the city in Iraq they once controlled. Plus, the alt-right expresses its shock over Trump's airstrikes in Syria. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE examines the Russia-Syria relationship in the aftermath of last week's chemical attack. Plus, a look at the environmental record of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, and what it means for legal battles over Trump's climate rollback. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE travels to Mexico with Janet Napolitano--who oversaw deportations under Obama--and now heads the University of California, with one of the largest undocumented college populations in the U.S. Plus, a group of Chinese Americans go to Palm Beach to wel

  • A new app offers birth control without a doctor's visit--raising questions about contraception access. Plus, a look at regulating corporal punishment in Texas schools, where the practice is still legal and used by teachers. Watch Mondays through Thursdays

  • VICE explores how military leaders could be influential in pushing a climate action agenda. Plus, Attorney General Jeff Sessions orders a review of Obama-era police reforms, including consent decrees. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • An acclaimed new video game allows players to become anything--and everything--in our interconnected universe. Plus, a report on Ferguson's first mayoral election since the shooting death of Michael Brown. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE travels to drought-stricken Somalia where thousands are fleeing their homes in search of food and water. Plus, a look at homelessness in Hawaii, and a radical new approach to dealing with the crisis. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE reports on the fight over civil asset forfeiture, which allows police to seize property from suspected criminals. Plus, Rep. Lamar Smith leads a coalition of conservative politicians taking on the clean energy agenda. Watch Mondays through Thursdays

  • A tough new law in Hungary allows migrants to be detained indefinitely--and housed in shipping containers--until their cases are heard. Plus, a look at Iowa's wind power industry, and how it could be affected by Trump's latest executive order. Watch Monda

  • The VA is demanding money back from tens of thousands of veterans it allegedly overpaid. Plus, an interview with Rachel Dolezal, the ex-NAACP leader who passed as African American, about her tell-all memoir 'In Full Color.' Watch Mondays through Thursdays

  • VICE spends the day with Dan Herbert, a go-to lawyer for cops accused of misconduct in Chicago. Plus, a look at the meeting between House Republicans before the Obamacare replacement vote. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE examines Trump's plan to hire 15,000 immigration and border patrol agents. Plus, an update on Molenbeek, the Brussels neighborhood some call Europe's "jihadi capital," to see what's changed since the Paris attacks. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE explores the debate over abortion in Ireland, where there is a near-total ban on the procedure. Plus, a report on Syrian refugees in Turkey, where many families fled the fighting years ago and are still waiting to return home. Watch Mondays though Th

  • VICE reports on what lifting the Cuba trade embargo could mean for Kansas's wheat farmers. Plus, a look at how young Greeks, facing massive unemployment, are returning to the islands to live off the land.

  • VICE meets an undocumented immigrant crossing into Canada to escape Trump's crackdown. Plus, a look at the war of information surrounding the health effects of e-cigarettes, and how it could impact the $4 billion business. Watch Mondays through Thursdays

  • VICE talks to a Vermont mayor who was voted out of office after pledging to open his town to Syrian refugees. Plus, an interview with singer Jack White about the resurgence of vinyl and the handmade music product. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 P

  • VICE reports on the massive humanitarian crisis in Somalia, where millions face starvation and famine. Plus, an interview with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand about the Marine Corps' nude photo scandal. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE profiles Jon Ossoff, a Democrat hoping to ride the anti-Trump wave to Congress in a Georgia special election. Plus, a look at the Pittsburgh man behind Mexican wrestling's newest villain. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE reports on the recent wave of anti-protest bills being pushed by Republican lawmakers. Plus, songwriter Stephin Merritt of The Magnetic Fields discusses the band's ambitious new album, '50 Song Memoir.' Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE reports on Los Angeles's ambitious infrastructure plans, and whether President Trump will be on board. Plus, a murder case involving a 15-year-old girl in Ohio has become a mass movement on the internet. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE explores the debate over firing squad executions as states face shortages of lethal injection drugs. Plus, an interview with a former Soviet spy who now works on the TV series 'The Americans.' Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE discusses the threat of nuclear annihilation with former Secretary of Defense William Perry. Plus, a look at new rules that would make it harder for people to be granted asylum in the U.S. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE talks with a Chinese billionaire about his decision to open a new factory in Moraine, Ohio. Plus, a preview of Nintendo's new gaming console, the Switch. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE reports on rhino poaching in South Africa--and one man's effort to save the creatures by cutting their horns. Plus, a look at political startups launching across the country to get Democrats in power at every level of government. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE reports on the killing of an Indian engineer in a suspected hate crime in Kansas City. Plus, President Trump delivers his first address to a joint session of Congress. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE explores claims that Trump's off-the-cuff remarks are really a meticulously crafted form of propaganda. Plus, a look at the Japanese government's latest effort to reduce the phenomenon of ''karoshi,'' or death by overwork. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • Comedian Jordan Peele discusses his directorial debut--the racially charged horror film 'Get Out.' Plus, a report from the Conservative Political Action Conference, where top Republicans, including Trump strategist Steve Bannon, discuss their agenda. Watc

  • VICE reports on the Democratic effort to make California the country's first sanctuary state. Plus, an interview with English fashion designer Daniel Lismore, a flamboyant dresser who wears a different self-made outfit every day. Watch Mondays through Thu

  • VICE reports on the dissolving protest at Standing Rock, and where the pipeline fight goes from here. Plus, a look at the GOP's slow start to repealing Obamacare--and how conservatives in Congress are trying to push things along. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.

  • VICE explores the debate over evaluating President Trump's mental health. Plus, a look at the effort to defund sanctuary cities in Michigan, and how it's dividing the liberal government of Lansing. New episodes_4-18 return Tuesday, February 21.

  • HD. VICE meets with Mosul's returning teachers to discuss the rehabilitation of education after ISIS.

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  • The first news program of its kind to air on HBO, 'VICE News Tonight' provides an indispensable source of up-to-date news. Distinguishing itself from the format of traditional daily TV newscasts, the show has no anchor, and instead utilizes correspondent-

  • VICE reports on protests in Paris after a young black man was allegedly raped by a police officer. Plus, a look at how the Trump administration uses think tanks with an agenda to bolster its version of the facts. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE explores a scientific solution for the alarming shortage of U.S. organ donors: pig-to-human transplants. Plus, a journey with the family of Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos as they reunite following her deportation to Mexico. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 E

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  • VICE reports on how the Catholic community in the Philippines is responding to the country's drug war and extrajudicial killings. Plus, a look at how activist groups are handling the pressure of life under Trump. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • The first news program of its kind to air on HBO, 'VICE News Tonight' provides an indispensable source of up-to-date news. Distinguishing itself from the format of traditional daily TV newscasts, the show has no anchor, and instead utilizes correspondent-

  • VICE explores whether prosecutors should be able to subpoena a virtual assistant in an Arkansas murder trial. Plus, a look at how Mexico and the U.S. have already been collaborating to keep immigrants from entering the country. Watch every weeknight at 7:

  • The first news program of its kind to air on HBO, 'VICE News Tonight' provides an indispensable source of up-to-date news. Distinguishing itself from the format of traditional daily TV newscasts, the show has no anchor, and instead utilizes correspondent-

  • Hip-hop legend Roxanne Shante talks about the new movie based on her life, which just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Plus, VICE meets with lawyers offering pro-bono services to families caught up in Trump's travel ban. Watch every weeknight at 7

  • VICE travels to Ohio to see how a Trump executive order, severely restricting refugee resettlement, could affect Syrians already here. Plus, Google opens up about their self-driving car program with never-before-seen footage from the technology's early da

  • The first news program of its kind to air on HBO, 'VICE News Tonight' provides an indispensable source of up-to-date news. Distinguishing itself from the format of traditional daily TV newscasts, the show has no anchor, and instead utilizes correspondent-

  • VICE travels to Hoover Dam to see what Lake Mead's sinking waterline means for the drought-stricken Southwest. Plus, a report on the geopolitics at play in the battle for Mosul, as Iran-backed militias help to retake the city from ISIS. Watch every weekni

  • VICE meets an Alabama abortion provider whose clinic is being threatened with closure by new regulations. Plus, a report from Mexico's Golden Triangle, the stronghold of the Sinaloa cartel, just days before the extradition of drug lord El Chapo. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE looks at the current system for screening refugees, which President Trump has promised to replace. Plus, an interview with London business owner Gina Miller, who has emerged as the public face of the Brexit blacklash. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE goes on a bus trip to Washington D.C. with Trump supporters attending the inauguration, and visits the Talladega College Marching Tornadoes marching band--the only historically black college to play at the event. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE examines President Obama's military legacy: taking troops out of the Middle East and stepping up drone strikes... by a lot. Plus, the director of Young Thug's near-disastrous 'Wyclef Jean' music video talks about grappling with today's rap industrial

  • VICE looks at President Obama's criminal justice legacy: pardoning drug offenders, but increasing deportations of illegal immigrants. Plus, actor Woody Harrelson discusses directing 'Lost in London,' the first-ever feature film to be broadcast live. Watch

  • VICE meets a recruit who is torn about joining the Chicago police, as a new report highlights the department's racial bias. Plus, an update on Flint's water pollution crisis, one year after President Obama declared a state of emergency in the city. Watch

  • Many of the country's mentally ill are on the streets or receiving inadequate treatment. VICE looks at an Ohio farm offering an alternative. Plus, a report on the uncovered topics from this week's confirmation hearings in Washington D.C. New episodes_4-18 retu

  • VICE speaks with residents of Newburgh, New York, after the discovery that they had been cooking with and drinking contaminated water. Plus, a look at the end of FM radio in Norway as the country makes a historic shift to digital. Watch every weeknight at

  • VICE travels to Washington D.C. to meet a man drawing attention to prohibitive restrictions on blood donations from gay men. Plus, a report on Donald Trump's first post-election press conference. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • A group of ex-Gitmo prisoners recall their time in the U.S. military prison on the 15th anniversary of its opening. Plus, a look at what immigration policy might look like under Jeff Sessions as attorney general. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE takes a look at how healthcare spending bumps up against social mores in Mike Pence's Indiana. Plus, an interview with the artist who scaled the iconic Hollywood sign and altered it to read "Hollyweed." Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE interviews Katherine Johnson, one of three black female mathematicians who worked on NASA's Apollo 11 mission. Plus, a profile of Donald Trump supporter Alex Jones, whose radio show, videos and websites peddle conspiracy theories to an audience of mi

  • VICE travels to Virginia to see if public-private partnerships are the best way to solve America's infrastructure problems. Plus, the Senate holds a hearing in response to Russia's alleged hacking during the election.

  • VICE explores the U.S. bail system, and sits down with Maryland's attorney general, who's led the charge for reform.

  • The repeal of Obamacare could have devastating effects on the battle against opioid addiction in places like Louisville, Kentucky, where overdose deaths have surged over the past year. As a new U.S. Congress convenes, VICE speaks with Republican Representative Doug Collins. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Two women have created a subscription service aimed at channeling post-election white guilt into something constructive. Plus, public schools are enrolling a growing segment of students who cost states more to teach: English language learners. New episodes_4-18 return Tuesday, January 3.

  • VICE travels to Cologne, Germany, to learn more about the violent attacks and sexual assaults that scarred 2016's New Year's celebrations. Despite opening combat and infantry roles to women a year ago, the Marine Corps is still the branch of the U.S. military with the lowest percentage of women serving today. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE reports from northern Iraq's Khazer Camp, home to refugees who fled the fighting in Mosul. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE reports on the refugee situation in Sweden, where tens of thousands of migrants await their fate. Plus, take a rare glimpse at the Strategic National Stockpile--mountains of life-saving supplies the Centers for Disease Control keeps in secret locatio

  • In the biggest act of presidential clemency on a single day, President Obama commuted the sentences of 153 prisoners and pardoned 78 more. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • It's been nearly eight years since President Obama signed an executive order to shutter Guantanamo Bay, and yet dozens of men remain there in custody--and therefore in limbo. Even though he won, Donald Trump is still stumping for his policies throughout t

  • VICE speaks to pop culture pundit Caitlin Moran about a topic currently on every British person's mind--the great British Christmas advert. Plus, how the Marine Corps, the branch of the military with the fewest number of women serving today, is trying to

  • VICE visits a coal town in West Virginia where the way forward doesn't lead back to the mines. Plus, city municipalities across the country are brokering deals with Uber to replace commuter transportation infrastructure. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • HD. Citizens in Russia-neighboring Estonia have formed the 'Estonian Defence League' to protect against Putin's territorial aggressions.

  • The impeachment of President Park Geun-hye opens up a path to power for Lee Jae-myung, who's been called the Donald Trump of South Korea. In battles across Iraq, an unknown number of ISIS fighters have been taken alive and are providing valuable intel, in

  • The first news program of its kind to air on HBO, 'VICE News Tonight' provides an indispensable source of up-to-date news. Distinguishing itself from the format of traditional daily TV newscasts, the show has no anchor, and instead utilizes correspondent-

  • VICE examines the devastating impact the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire has had on the Oakland art community. Plus, the Chinese government--fearing a widening inequality gap between the cities and the countryside--is urgently looking to cool the Shangha

  • As part of his newly expanded search for a Secretary of State, Donald Trump is due to meet with Rex Tillerson, CEO of ExxonMobil. ExxonMobil is one of the most profitable companies in the world. So why can't you name its CEO? Plus, Wisconsin is in the mid

  • HD. As part of his newly expanded search for a Secretary of State, Donald Trump is due to meet with Rex Tillerson, CEO of ExxonMobil.

  • Austrian voters elected Alexander Van der Bellen as the country's next president, defeating Norbert Hofer, the far-right Freedom Party candidate. But this doesn't detract from the surge in popularity for Austria's populist, anti-immigrant movement. Plus, the Army Corps of Engineers says it will deny the current Dakota Access pipeline route. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • How long can the Standing Rock protestors stand their ground--and what happens next? VICE visits the reservation to find out. Some Uber drivers travel to big cities to make more money, often living in their cars for days at a time. Nellie Bowles spends ti

  • VICE meets a mother from Indiana's West Calumet Housing Complex, where residents are being forced to move due to dangerous lead levels.

  • VICE travels to Fukushima, Japan to examine the unprecedented effort to clean up the site of the nuclear accident. Plus, VICE heads to Erbil, the capital of Kurdistan, where Peshmerga forces are anchored, to report on the rising toll in the fight against

  • HD. VICE travels to Fukushima, Japan to examine the unprecedented effort to clean up the site of the nuclear accident.

  • VICE travels to Fukushima, Japan, to examine the unprecedented effort to clean up the site of the nuclear accident. Plus, in Erbil, the capital of Kurdistan, the death toll in the fight against ISIS continues to rise. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Before the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) was created, airport passenger screening was handled by private companies. Plus, VICE visits the world's largest solar plant, which has the potential to revolutionize renewable energy in North Af

  • [HBO] HD. Police departments across the country are collecting DNA with greater frequency than ever before, even during traffic stops.

  • Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte's ruthless war on drugs has shocked the world. Since he took office in June, more than 3,000 people have been killed, including untold numbers of innocent victims. Plus, Facebook is under fire for spreading fake news. VI

  • [HBO] HD. VICE interviews Rep. Keith Ellison on the Democratic National Committee and the direction of the party during a Trump administration.

  • What makes something an "assault weapon"--and why are the Massachusetts Attorney General and gun enthusiasts arguing about it? VICE travels to Germany to find out how the country, now deeply divided on the more than one million refugees that arrived last

  • In the buildup to Singles Day in China, VICE follows an online shopping company as it prepares for the world's biggest e-commerce sale--and drone delivery. With a climate skeptic in the White House, environmental groups predict that federal action on clim

  • Central American migrants, who must first cross into Mexico, make up a growing share of those entering the United States illegally. VICE observes Mexico's "southern border plan" in action. Two weeks into the Iraqi Army's assault on the ISIS-held city of M

  • VICE talks to an Ohio mother (and former Bernie Sanders supporter) about why she didn't vote in the election. Plus, Donald Trump's campaign promises and positions on climate change, Obamacare, trade, building a border wall with Mexico and more. Watch ever

  • VICE covers the last-minute push to get people in Wisconsin, where voter ID laws are some of the country's strictest, to get IDs. Win or lose tonight, someone on both teams had to prepare for the worst case scenario. VICE talked to speech writers tasked w

  • On Election Day, Californians will vote on a controversial ballot measure that could require the use of condoms in any porn film made in the state. In the final days of the presidential campaign, a group of conservatives are on a last-minute road trip to spread a message of unity--and keep the peace, in case Donald Trump loses. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz addresses the fallout from allegations that the DNC worked to undermine Bernie Sanders' campaign. Plus, VICE embeds with Berkeley's football team to discuss what it means to be part of a team--and what it means to pr

  • VICE sits down with Randy L. Sutton, a veteran police officer and spokesman for the Blue Lives Matter movement, to discuss what it means to be a cop today. Plus, the practice of partisan redistricting--or gerrymandering--has allowed lawmakers to effective

  • [HBO] HD. VICE sits down with Randy L. Sutton, a veteran police officer and spokesman for the Blue Lives Matter movement.

  • In Aleppo, a team of just 18 medical examiners recovers bodies of the dead, documents unidentified victims and arranges their burials. VICE sits down with vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine. Plus, Japan's unique position on the Pacific Ring of Fire cou

  • VICE interviews Iraqi soldiers, their commanders and U.S. troops about the latest difficulties they face in the fight against ISIS. A record number of gun-focused initiatives are on the ballot in November. Plus, artist Pedro Reyes has created Doomocracy, a haunted house of the horrifying realities of the 2016 presidential election and more. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • This fall, University of California, Irvine became the first public university to grant scholarships for video gaming. VICE went to campus to meet the school's newest team member. Plus, a streaming service that filters out sex, violence, questionable language and more: but is it legal? Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • The cornerstone of Trump's immigration policy, a U.S.-Mexico border wall, already exists in some places--and has left many Americans behind. VICE interviews Adriaan Geuze about his design for Governor's Island, designed to protect the city from stronger s

  • VICE follows Caracas caretakers who struggle to obtain the most common drugs for their patients. Plus, a trauma-care trial faces a dilemma: Is it ethical to test a hypothesis with life-or-death implications on low-income communities of color? Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE follows Caracas caretakers who struggle to obtain the most common drugs for their patients. Plus, a trauma-care trial faces a dilemma: Is it ethical to test a hypothesis with life-or-death implications on low-income communities of color? Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE News visits Iraq's southern front in the battle for Mosul, and travels to Tangier Island in Chesapeake Bay where climate change has already begun at sea level.

  • VICE News Tonight interviews Kiril, a well-known 24-year-old roofer in Moscow. At least 10 states prohibit people with mental disabilities who are under guardianship from voting. VICE meets a man fighting to get his vote back. Plus, nearly 140 Oklahoma school districts are on a four-day school week to cut costs. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE examines the current state of Turkey three months after the failed coup. Conspiracy theorists celebrate Lee Harvey Oswald's birthday. When members of the racist alt-right get banned from social media, they go to Gab.AI, a social network without restrictions. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE examines the current state of Turkey three months after the failed coup. Conspiracy theorists celebrate Lee Harvey Oswald's birthday. When members of the racist alt-right get banned from social media, they go to Gab.AI, a social network without restrictions. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • VICE looks at carfentanil risks by visiting a county where there are, on average, 20 to 25 overdoses a day, and correspondent Roberto Ferdman explores what it means to produce a rigorous--and informative--poll. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • Knowing that hundreds of decisions are made before a vote is cast, VICE heads to North Carolina to see how an election is made from the ground up. Plus, a closer look at how forests will react to climate change.

  • VICE interviews Gavin Grimm, a transgender student whose fight to use his high school's bathroom may soon be decided by the Supreme Court. In the last three days, heavy fighting has broken out in the Promzone, a strategic area in the Ukraine conflict--VICE visits the frontlines. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • The mayor of Rutland, Vermont faces backlash for proposing that the city resettle refugees. Plus, a portrait of 25-year-old startup worker Nicolas Lulli's life moving between WeWork and WeLive. Watch every weeknight at 7:30 ET.

  • John Boehner talks to Shane Smith about the presidential race. Dondi Tawatao photographs brutal extrajudicial killings in the Philippines.

  • Series Premiere. Michael Moynihan joins conservative commentator Glenn Beck during the second presidential debate for an exclusive look at the candidates' responses and campaign strategies. In the wake of the Wells Fargo scandal, a former branch manager reveals that he warned of unethical behavior in 2006.

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