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VICE is unlike any TV news program you’ve ever seen, and it’s not even remotely like anything you’ll see on the 24/7 cable news channels. Its area of interest is the world — the entire world, not just the suburb beyond where you live — and the...

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Season 2 - Vice on HBO
"Season Two Premiere. 'Afghan Money Pit' - The U.S. has spent nearly $100 billion on reconstruction projects in Afghanistan - the most spent on any country in our history. Yet John Sopko, the U.S.'s Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, has found that much of that money has been wasted and misused--or fallen into the hands of the Taliban. 'The Pacification of Rio' - Rio de Janeiro is working hard to remedy its drug and murder capital reputation in time for the upcoming World Cup and Olympics. The Special Police Operations Battalion, or BOPE, has ..."
Season 4 - Vice on HBO
"Season Four Premiere. 'Boko Haram'- The terrorist group Boko Haram is responsible for thousands of deaths in Nigeria. Now, the government is determined to drive these militants from the country. But is the hunt for insurgents causing as much harm as it's preventing? Former Navy SEAL and new VICE correspondent Kaj Larsen travels to Nigeria to see what this cat-and-mouse game means for the people caught in the middle of the fight. 'Unnatural Selection' - For centuries, scientists have been working to change the genetic traits of plants and animals. Now, a new ..."
"'Escape to Europe' - With the war in Syria now in its fifth bloody year, half the country's population has been displaced, and four million have fled. Many are heading to the safety and relative prosperity of Europe, but getting there is a long, life-threatening journey. New VICE correspondent Ahmed Shihab-Eldin follows the refugee trail from the Syrian border to Europe, meeting Syrians determined to find a better life. 'Cycle of Terror' - The bloody ISIS attacks in Paris stunned the world. And as rumors circulated that one of the attackers may have posed as a Syrian ..."
"When California enacted the End of Life Option Act amid fierce debate last October, the number of terminally ill Americans with the right to a doctor-assisted death effectively quadrupled. But in parts of Europe, euthanasia is also administered to people other than the terminally ill, including those with autism, depression and personality disorders. VICE explores the moral, political and personal questions raised by how and when we end our lives."
"'Beating Blindness' - Doctors and researchers are making incredible strides in the fight against blindness. New assistive technologies and advances in surgical techniques mean that many patients who've lost sight entirely can now regain visual perception, and the independence that comes with it--a process that can be as disorienting as it is freeing. Isobel Yeung reports from the front lines of this latest medical frontier. 'White Collar Weed' - Small-scale weed farmers have been fighting to legalize marijuana for generations--but the closer they get to ending the ..."
"'Meathooked'- The world is addicted to meat--in developing countries around the world, diets are starting to look more like ours, incorporating more and more beef and pork. Massive factory farms are springing up to supply that demand. But industrial meat operations produce more than just cheap T-bones; they also dish out enormous environmental harm. Isobel Yeung travels to the feedlots, farms and slaughterhouses where our meat is made, to see the true costs of our burger habit. 'End of Water' - Water is the single most vital resource we have--but it's also one of the ..."
"'Return to Yemen' - Last year, Yemen's Houthi rebels launched a massive military campaign that overthrew the Yemeni government and sent the Arabian Peninsula into turmoil. Now, Saudi Arabia--nervous about the insurrection near its southern border--is trying to push the Houthis back with a ruthless bombing campaign. Ben Anderson returns to Yemen, where he reported 'The Enemy of My Enemy' for VICE S2, to witness one of the worlds most bloody and underreported conflicts. 'Church and States' - While many Americans cheered the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex ..."
"'Palestine Now' - The conflict between Israel and the Palestinian people has been locked in a cycle of violence for generations. But now, young people in the West Bank are growing so disillusioned with the status quo that they're turning their backs on their own government. Ahmed Shihab-Eldin reports from Bethlehem, Hebron, Ramallah and East Jerusalem to explore what life is like for young Palestinians in 2016. 'Viva Cuba Libre' - On March 21st, President Obama will become the first sitting American president to visit Cuba in 88 years. His trip is part of a campaign ..."
"'Afghan Women's Rights'--When the United States invaded Afghanistan, the liberation of Afghan women was used as a rallying cry to garner public support. Now, after nearly 15 years and hundreds of billions in taxpayer dollars spent, violence and oppression are still a fact of life for the country's women. With the Taliban gaining ground again, Isobel Yeung reports from Kabul on the fight for dignity and rights in Afghanistan. 'Floating Armories'--Who stops world trade from grinding to a standstill? In many cases it's private military contractors and their network of ..."
"At the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris last December, world leaders agreed that climate change is an urgent threat, cementing green energy production's place as a new frontier of innovation. VICE founder Shane Smith takes an in-depth look at the future of how we make and use energy, and how we can meet growing demand as we cut carbon emissions."
"'Trump in Dubai'- The United Arab Emirates, and Dubai in particular, are often described as paradise in the Middle East. But the 5 million migrant workers who live there, making up more than half the population, have an entirely different experience. They live in appalling conditions, and regularly end up with nothing, even after years of hard work - and now, as VICE Correspondent Ben Anderson investigates, many of them are employed on a project bearing the name of a man who might be our next president. 'China in Africa' - China is financing more infrastructure ..."
"'The Deal'- Since the hostage crisis in 1979, Iran and the United States have been bitter enemies. But last year, the US and major world powers reached an unprecedented agreement with Iran, lifting economic sanctions in exchange for Iran's agreement to limit its nuclear capabilities. VICE founder Shane Smith travels to Tehran to gauge attitudes about America and see the reactor that started Iran's nuclear program, and meets with key dealmakers--and critics--in Washington, DC. 'City of Lost Children'- Global wealth disparity has reached record levels in recent years. ..."
"'The End of Polio'- Pakistan is the last battleground in the fight to eradicate polio: since the late 80s, new cases of the wild disease have dropped from hundreds of thousands per year to just hundreds. But in Pakistan's poorest areas, there is widespread distrust of vaccinators, and the Pakistani Taliban have openly condoned violence against them--especially after the CIA used a vaccinator to help track down Osama Bin Laden. VICE's Ben Anderson travels to Karachi to meet with the health workers putting their lives on the line to finally eradicate this disease.'..."
"In Moscow, VICE co-founder Shane Smith's in depth interview with controversial NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden serves as the backdrop for a story on the state of government sponsored surveillance both at home in the US and around the world."
"Thomas Morton does a piece on the unprecedented crisis of heroin addiction sweeping across America. Kaj Larsen takes a look at the growing pace of the United States' nuclear weapons program."
"Ahmed Shihab-Eldin goes to Flint, Michigan to see a city plagued by both lead in its water supply and political inertia. In Libya, Simon Ostrovsky is embedded with Libyan soldiers fighting ISIS."
"This week Vice investigates the search for a cure for ALS. Vice correspondent Angelina Fanous, an ALS sufferer herself, tells the story of several diagnosed ALS patients and their families, and tracks the current commitment to finding a viable treatment."
"Gianna Toboni reports on the consequences of student debt in America, and Thomas Morton covers the emergence of fecal transplants as viable options for certain medical treatments."
"Government funded space agencies and commercial competition churn new energy into the space industry. Gianna Toboni digests the legacy of Guantanamo Bay's detainee program."
Season 5 - Vice on HBO
"Vice reporters in Syria in 2016 viewing dictator Assad's retaking control of the country with Russian support. 2nd half: the economic stakes in the war of beliefs over climate change and its consequences."
"As the debate continues over which bathroom transgender people should use, a more complex question is emerging about how early the medical transition begins for trans kids. Families and doctors are rewriting the rules as they decide when and how to start medical intervention before transgender youth hit puberty. VICE explores this emotionally charged and rapidly evolving issue with trans youth and their parents in the midst of that intense process."
"VICE travels across the Arctic to see the devastating impact of thawing permafrost, and the astonishing solution that might keep it frozen. 2016 was the deadliest year yet for refugees making the dangerous journey across the Mediterranean Sea in the hopes of reaching Europe."
"The legal marijuana industry is set to surpass $20 billion globally by 2020. At the heart of this 'green boom' are the strain hunters who search the far corners of the Earth to find the never before mixed strains of marijuana known as 'landraces'. VICE correspondent Hamilton Morris joins two hunters on an epic journey through the Democratic Republic of Congo, as they search for one of the rarest species of Cannabis yet whose unique genetics could ultimately earn them millions of dollars. If you gathered up every physical thing we can see in Outer Space -- our Earth, ..."
"Almost three years after Ferguson, tensions between the police and Black communities remain high. While African Americans are being targeted at unprecedented rates, 2016 saw a dramatic spike in the number of officers killed in ambush-style attacks. Recent attempts at reform have done little to save lives. Now, as the country grows further divided, some officers are speaking out to spark change in some of the 18,000 local police departments. VICE correspondent Cord Jefferson reports from St. Louis, one of America's most dangerous cities, to hear from activists and ..."
"College athletics have seen explosive revenue growth in the last decade, fueled by media contracts and corporate sponsors. In order to enter this system, the NCAA requires players to forego profits, and are instead offering them scholarships and access to state-of-the-art facilities. But with college sports now a multi-billion-dollar industry, the question being asked in U.S. federal court is still whether that compensation is enough. VICE travels the college sports landscape, meeting with athletic directors, coaches, sports marketing minds and the players themselves ..."
"VICE co-founder Suroosh Alvi travels to Aceh and across Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country and travels to the remote shores of Hawaii and the coast of the North Sea to see the extent of our plastic addiction."
"The health effects of Kuwait's obsession with American fast food; exploring the booming film business in Nigeria."
"Gianna Toboni travels to Cuba to witness potential treatments and cures that flourished in the country's bio tech industry despite the decades-long US embargo. VICE heads to the heart of banana country in Latin American and the Philippines to see the devastating effects of the disease and to investigate what the loss of the banana would really mean besides a less colorful lunchbox."
"Ben Anderson returns to the conflict he's covered for 10 years, re-uniting with several Afghans-an Army Major, a Policeman who dismantles IEDs and a family who were forced to fight to defend their home--for a shocking report that questions what America's longest war has actually accomplished."
"Isobel Yeung meets the scientists and doctors leading the charge in genetics, pharmaceuticals, and stem cell research, which promises to revolutionize how our bodies age in the years to come. VICE explores how robotics and the computers that power them are poised for an extraordinary leap forward with the emergence of artificial intelligence, and how humanity can reconcile the huge risks and possibilities that will follow."
"The number of women incarcerated in the United States has increased 700% since 1980, overwhelming prisons and jails originally designed with men in mind. The majority are nonviolent offenders and mothers, serving out their sentences in facilities often unprepared to address their most basic needs. VICE correspondent Isobel Yeung spends time in facilities across the country, discovering what it means to be an American woman behind bars. \"The Business of Making Art\" - Andy Warhol's work dramatically redefined our notion of 'art' and questioned the very idea of what it ..."
"\"Taking Back Iraq\" - The city of Mosul has been central in the war to defeat Islamic State. In 2014, Iraqi troops surrendered Iraq's second largest city to Islamic State, who in turn declared an Islamic caliphate and used the city as a base for operations in the region. Last October, a U.S. supported coalition of Iraqi and Kurdish troops announced a long-awaited offensive to retake the city. Aris Roussinos embedded with Iraqi forces on the road to Mosul as they began their assault on Islamic State's last stronghold in Iraq. \"Lost Generation\" - Iraq has one of the ..."
"\"The Politics of Terror\": While Donald Trump's election in the U.S. came as a surprise to many, his victory is part of a global trend. In the wake of terror attacks and the migrant crisis, a new wave of populist candidates is cropping up across Europe, and the fate of the EU hangs in the balance. VICE examines the rise of Europe's far right, and the hyper-charged climate fueling nationalist ideologies across the continent.\"End of the EU?\": Silvio Berlusconi was in many ways Europe's original populist, shaping the mold for today's right-wing European leaders. Shane ..."
"\"Future of Firearms\" - The firearms industry experienced unprecedented growth in the last decade. Fear of government regulation drove much of that growth as President Obama repeatedly tried to pass gun control laws in the aftermath of numerous mass shootings. Now, with the political landscape fundamentally changed, the industry, and gun rights advocates, are looking for new ways to expand upon their 2nd amendment rights and the bottom line -- with some surprising results. VICE takes a closer look at the future of firearms in America. \"Russia 'Wins' Climate Change\" - ..."
"Public Defenders are facing soaring caseloads, and flatlining budgets, and with 80% of all criminal defendants in the US unable to afford a lawyer, the system is collapsing. With the Constitutional right to fair representation in a court of law in jeopardy, Cord Jefferson heads to one of the worst hit states to see how overworked and underpaid public defenders is grinding the legal system to a halt. Deep in the Peruvian Amazon, indigenous tribes are doing everything they can to save their home from exploitation. Vice travels to where multinational energy companies ..."
"VICE travels to Tel Aviv to find out how Israel is on its way to becoming the world's top cyber superpower and sends Gianna Toboni to Tokyo to see the consequences Japan's rising nationalism."
"When factions of the Turkish military attempted a coup on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government, he reacted with a forceful crackdown. Over 100,000 people have been detained or dismissed, including civil servants, teachers and journalists. VICE travels to Turkey as the country heads to the polls in a nationwide referendum that grants Erdogan unprecedented power."
"Six years after winning its independence, South Sudan is already on the brink of collapse. Despite its vast oil reserves and more than $10 Billion in aid from the United States, the country has been driven into famine and a devastating ethnic war. VICE's Isobel Yeung explores how corruption at the top is threatening to tear the world's newest country apart. Last year, thousands of Native Americans and environmental activists from across the country converged at Standing Rock in an effort to block construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline near the reservation. By ..."
"The number of children diagnosed with autism has more than doubled in the last two decades. Today, one in 68 children will be diagnosed with the developmental condition. VICE explores the transformative work being done at the forefront of autism research, meets families trying out some of the newest treatments, and discovers a growing self-advocacy movement out of the autistic community that wants to refocus the science."
"VICE travels to the Hermit Kingdom (North Korea) during the annual Day of the Sun celebrations as global tensions reached a fever pitch and correspondent Gianna Toboni heads to Mogadishu to witness the fight to save the country."
"Gianna Toboni reports from the Philippines on the government's crackdown on the media and President Rodrigo Duterte's brutal war on drugs; Ben Anderson returns to the Democratic Republic of the Congo to witness the conservation efforts of park rangers who are fighting to protect wildlife and natural resources."
"In early 2017 Venezuelan President Nicol\u00c3\u00a1s Maduro announced moves that would change the world's most oil-rich nation from a democracy into a dictatorship. This sparked a crisis, igniting long-standing anger over inequality, misrule, hunger and crime. VICE travelled to Venezuela as Maduro seized Venezuela's political institutions with an alleged 'sham election' and violently suppressed the growing opposition to his rule."
"VICE heads to the heart of Nigeria's oil production to witness firsthand the fight of the Niger Delta youth and traveled across the world's oceans to see what a few small teams of scientists are doing to keep these vital structures alive."
"VICE embeds with the officers trying to shed light on the dark corners of the web and goes to the heart of coal country to see what it will take to save Appalachia."
"VICE travels to North Carolina to see the effects of gerrymandering on American democracy and visits the Honduran prison system and watches as the government tries to bring peace to the country."
"VICE travels to Moscow to find out why these hackers are so effective and founder Suroosh Alvi went to Uganda to see how vulnerable humans are to a new pandemic and the options there are for staving it off."
"What's driving the media's battle over facts and the polarization in the Trump Era, and an exploration of the emerging field of microbiome science."
"In the Season 5 finale, VICE heads to the front lines of the fight to retake Mosul from ISIS, and meets the Iraqi youth who lived and trained under ISIS as they try to rebuild their lives."
Season 6 - Vice on HBO
"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."
"\"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 ..."
"An inside look at how the Libyan revolution is failing; a front-row seat to the geopolitical tug of war over Internet 3.0."
"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."
"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."
"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."
"Examining the Russian election of March 2018. Elsewhere, the far-reaching affects of the Global Gag Rule memo signed by Trump."
"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."
"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."
"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."
"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."
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"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."
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"\"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."
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"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."
"\"Trans in Texas\" takes a look at life for transgender Americans living in Texas. \"Nicaragua D\u00c3\u00a9j\u00c3\u00a0 Vu\" has Vikram Gandhi traveling to Nicaragua to meet new revolutionaries there and find out what the future holds for them."
"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 ..."
"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."
"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."
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"[HBO] HD. An inside look at the popular but polarizing sport of Catch Fetiche in the Democratic Republic of Congo; the booming 'wellness' industry."
"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."
"[HBO] HD. How policy changes are impacting the fate of asylum seekers; an inside look at self-proclaimed human \"lab rats.\""
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