Vice (2013– )
6 Apr. 2018Raised in the System
With more than 850,000 juvenile arrests annually, the U.S. has the highest incarceration rate of minors; Michael Kenneth Williams explores the young people affected and examines the solutions being enacted around the country.
13 Apr. 2018Battle for Jerusalem & A Face In The Crowd
"Battle for Jerusalem" On December 6th, 2017, President Trump declared that the United States would move its embassy to Jerusalem this year, upending decades of international diplomacy and inciting protests and violence across the Palestinian territories. VICE correspondent Gianna Toboni reports on the aftermath of Trump's announcement from the front lines, and speaks with leaders and civilians on all sides of the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict about the imminent consequences of the future move."A Face in the Crowd" As developments in facial recognition ...
20 Apr. 2018A Revolution in Ruins/New Kids on the Blockchain
An inside look at how the Libyan revolution is failing; a front-row seat to the geopolitical tug of war over Internet 3.0.
27 Apr. 2018The Parkland Effect
As the young survivors of the Parkland, Fla. school shooting make an impassioned plea for gun control, the NRA is pushing back with a narrative of its own.
4 May 2018Massacre in Myanmar/The Blue Helmets
An overview of the massacre of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar and ethnic violence against refugees. A review of the dangerous peacekeeping mission undertaken by the UN in the African country of Mali.
11 May 2018Iran in Iraq/Dying on the Vine
A look at the history of Iran and Iraq's bloody conflicts during the 20th century and a recent development by both sides to quell the growth of the Islamic State. An examination of climate change on the wine industry around the world.
18 May 2018Russian Democracy/Global Gag Rule
Examining the Russian election of March 2018. Elsewhere, the far-reaching affects of the Global Gag Rule memo signed by Trump.
1 Jun. 2018Printing Tomorrow & Are We Alone
Technology improvements with 3D printing are revolutionizing the way products are manufactured. Elsewhere, scientists are inching closer to discovering life beyond Earth in the deepest reaches beyond our solar system.
8 Jun. 2018No Choice But to Choose/Rebel Republic
Exploring the alternatives to public schools in America. Elsewhere, uncovering the crisis in the Central African Republic where armed militias have been battling for control of the capital city, Bangui.
15 Jun. 2018The Cost of Living/Paradise Lost
An exploration of how big pharmaceuticals are impacting Americans. A visit to Puerto Rico, where many residents are still reeling from the devastating impact of Hurricane Maria.
22 Jun. 2018Separated by Birth
Exploring the trending issue of undocumented immigrants living in the US and the children of immigrants who are US citizens by birth that fear deportation of their parents.
29 Jun. 2018The Big Fix/Silicon Valley of India
The transport infrastructure in the U.S. is in a very bad shape and President Trump's promise to fix it is mostly met with skepticism./The rapidly growing tech industry in India is attracting more and more Indian techies from the U.S.
6 Jul. 2018A Kurdish State & Out of Space
In Iraqi Kurdistan, Ben Anderson meets everyone from fighters on the frontlines to their former guerrilla president, asking why the Kurds recently voted for independence and what hopes they have for achieving their own state.
13 Jul. 2018Opioid Generation & Hindustan
The U.S. is suffering from the highest rate of drug overdose deaths on record. Driving this public health crisis is the opioid epidemic, which claims more than 100 lives daily. But as politicians and public health officials grapple over solutions, another crisis is emerging. VICE's Isobel Yeung travels to West Virginia to investigate a surge in child welfare cases, as opioid-addicted parents fight to keep their families together. In India, a wave of resurgent nationalism is transforming the nation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his far-right political party, the ...
20 Jul. 2018After the Fall
Correspondent Isobel Yeung returns to Syria to tell the stories of those who were caught in the crossfire between ISIS and the U.S.-backed coalition.
3 Aug. 2018Waiting to Die/Women in War
"Waiting to Die" examines how some states in the USA are experimenting with unconventional drug cocktails to kill death row inmates after major pharmaceutical manufacturers refuse to offer their drugs for lethal injections. "Women in War" profiles women and girls in Yemen bearing the brunt of a humanitarian crisis caused by terrorism, civil war and famine.
10 Aug. 2018Trump's Trade War
Michael Moynihan tracks the progression of Donald Trump's economic battle to renegotiate America's trade deals.
17 Aug. 2018A New Leaf/Quantum Supremacy
Charlet Duboc travels to remote towns in Colombia where coca farming is a way of life to examine the struggle for a cocaine-free Colombia.
24 Aug. 2018Trans In Texas/Nicaragua Déjà Vu
"Trans in Texas" takes a look at life for transgender Americans living in Texas. "Nicaragua Déjà Vu" has Vikram Gandhi traveling to Nicaragua to meet new revolutionaries there and find out what the future holds for them.
7 Sep. 2018American Piety/Terror in Congo
White evangelicals constitute a third of all Republican voters and are among the GOP's most-organized voting blocs, but wide support for Donald Trump in 2016 against a backdrop of scandals brought heavy media scrutiny. Now, some faith leaders are striving to move evangelicalism away from political associations. Gianna Toboni travels to the Bible Belt to see how evangelicals are navigating today's volatile political environment. The conflict in Eastern Congo has killed as many as six million people, more than any other war since WWII, yet it remains among the globe's ...
14 Sep. 2018Engineering Earth
Greenhouse gas emissions are at unprecedented levels and still rising. As climate deniers and their allies in industry and government thwart conservationists' efforts, some scientists are working to develop a back-up plan: use technology to "geoengineer" the Earth's atmosphere and reduce the effects of climate change. Shane Smith and Ben Anderson find out how this technology would work and how effective this radical, and potentially dangerous, plan could be.
21 Sep. 2018Brainhackers/Fall of Rio
Thomas Morton reports on advances in neurotechnology that could open up new avenues of human experience; Ben Anderson returns to Rio de Janeiro to check on social, economic and political conditions since Brazil hosted the 2016 Olympics and 2012 World Cup.
28 Sep. 2018Consent
[HBO] HD. A searing, personal look at how we define consent and hold assailants accountable in today's world.
5 Oct. 2018Voodoo Wrestling & Big Placebo
[HBO] HD. An inside look at the popular but polarizing sport of Catch Fetiche in the Democratic Republic of Congo; the booming 'wellness' industry.
9 Nov. 2018Death Inc. & Bannon's World
Gianna Taboni investigates the roots of Mexico's spiraling murder rate and meets the people who refuse to be silenced; political strategist Steve Bannon heads up new projects to support right-wing populist parties that are surging across Europe.
16 Nov. 2018The Road To Asylum/Lab Rat Nation
[HBO] HD. How policy changes are impacting the fate of asylum seekers; an inside look at self-proclaimed human "lab rats."
23 Nov. 2018A Living Hell/MDMA for PTSD
Returning to Yemen to see the war being waged and its devastating effects; exploring the use of MDMA to help treat PTSD.
30 Nov. 2018The War at Home/Putin's Crimea
The women working to fix a legal system that often fails to protect domestic violence victims; the reality of Crimeans and Ukranians today.
7 Dec. 2018Doom Boom/Unfair
Exploring the U.S.'s booming doomsday industry; the cultural bias towards lighter skin in India.
14 Dec. 2018Back in the DPRK/California Burning
Revisiting the Korean peninsula in the wake of the new detente; the state of California's future in the wake of increasingly deadly fires.