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True Detective's central plot and very hardboiled, very white characters feel lifted from a bygone era.
In our finale, VICE co-founder Shane Smith meets with Kremlin officials and American leaders to find out just how tense American-Russian relations have become in the years following the end of the Cold War.
The hit show's second season fits right in with the brooding and macabre tonality of the prestige-TV zeitgeist. But does gritty equal good?
We just aired a new episode where Ben Anderson went to Afghanistan to investigate the security situation in Afghanistan as American involvement winds down. We sat down with Anderson to hear about the trip.
The TV adaptation has run out of novels to base itself on, so its makers would be wise to look to Telltale's games series.
First we go to Afghanistan to see how the country is faring after US troops withdrew from the longest war in American history. Then we take a close look at the deep religious and cultural tensions in France.
We are excited to share some extras from the episode—check them out.
We sat down with Alvi to debrief his trip to Saudi Arabia—check it out.
This week, we are devoting our entire episode to an investigation into the Islamic State and the situation in the Middle East that spawned them.
Gold headed to Guinea to find out how the deadly outbreak got its start.
The controversy around the sheer number of sexual assaults at American colleges has overshadowed a related problem: Universities are handling these cases in their own makeshift justice systems, behind closed doors.
On June 1, VICE on HBO is screening our upcoming segment about sexual assault on college campuses at George Washington University. After the screening, host Gianna Toboni will interview Senator Claire McCaskill and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand abou…
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You can buy any organ you'd like in the slums of Bangladesh.
This week we investigate Bangladesh's black market for human organs and the rise of homophobia in Uganda.
Yeung traced the path of genetically modified super-crops from the headquarters of American agribusiness titan Monsanto to the soy fields of Paraguay.
HBO's East of Main Street: Taking the Lead is a sympathetic portrayal of Asian-American actors, but even the upper-tier ones don't feel as if they've made it yet.
This week, we investigate GMOs and then head to India to learn more about the country's clean water crisis.
The Oscar-nominated filmmaker was allowed unfettered access to the Nirvana singer's archives, stitching together an unflinchingly intimate portrait of a man.
Toboni headed to Egypt to investigate the recent plundering of ancient Egyptian artifacts and their sale on the black market.
This week we head to Egypt to investigate the looting of priceless antiquities and then travel to China, where millionaires pay big bucks to bring white guys to their parties.
With almost $10 billion in global relief, why is it that so many Haitians are still living in subpar conditions? We went down there to trace the trail of money.
We take a close look at Alabama's strict anti-immigration laws and then travel to Haiti to see where the 2010 earthquake relief funds really ended up.