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.
Apr 17, 2015
We sat down with Morton to discuss his segment on the the scientists looking for new, natural sources of antibiotic compounds to stop superviruses before we're hit with a global pandemic.
First, we investigate antibiotic-resistant superviruses and the scientists racing to combat them. Then, we head to Indonesia, to see how our culture's love of palm oil is wreaking havoc on the Indonesian jungles and indigenous populations.
We sat down with Morris to debrief the new episode and reflect on his time tracing the drugs' origins to China and New Zealand.
This week, host Hamilton Morris investigates the origins of a new legal drug called K2 that caused the death of hundreds of teenagers across America.
Talking to Anderson about his time tracing the trail of illegal drugs from South America to Europe.
This week, we follow the cocaine highway from the streets of Venezuela to Caribbean drug smuggling boats to desert territories controlled by Islamic extremists until finally ending up in the noses of partiers in Europe.
Toboni reflects on her time reporting on the right-wing militias who say they're protecting and defending the Constitution.
We take a look at the havoc overfishing is wreaking on our oceans, and also meet up with some American right-wing militias who say they're protecting and defending the Constitution.
Thomas reflects on the new episode of VICE that just aired on HBO.
Host Thomas Morton goes to an arms show during an examination of the militarization of America's police.
Shane sat down to reflect on his time in the Antarctic, viewing the effects of climate change first-hand.
Vice President Joe Biden sat down with Shane Smith last month to discuss the devastating impact of climate change for the season premiere of our HBO show.
In the finale of our second season, we go to Darfur, where atrocities are still happening, even though the global community has mostly stopped paying attention.
VICE talks with veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan who are struggling with mental illness, addiction, and PTSD—often overprescribed narcotics and other pharmaceuticals that bring their own sets of problems.
VICE co-founder Shane Smith heads down to Louisiana to see what sort of damage the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill is still doing to the Gulf of Mexico.
In the seventh episode of our second season, VICE heads to Delhi to meet Sampat Pal, an Indian woman who's formed the Gulabi Gang, or Pink Gang, to help women band together to combat the many cases of sexual assault tainting their country.
In the fourth episode of the second season of VICE, Thomas Morton heads to Syria to take a look at the front line of the battle for a Kurdish state, and Vikram Gandhi traces the illicit rhino-horn trade.
Today HBO announced that our Emmy Award-winning show, VICE, will be premiering its third season on March 6 at 11 PM EST.
We're serializing season two of our HBO show, starting with the premiere, in which Ben Anderson reported on Brazil's effort to clean up crime before the World Cup and Olympics. We checked in with Ben to get his thoughts now that the World Cup is over.
In the second episode of our show's second season, Shane Smith travels up north to take a look at our world's rising seas. Then VICE goes to Pakistan, where millions of citizens work as bonded laborers in brick kilns.
Shane Smith travels to Kabul to follow the trail of American money disappearing into the Afghan reconstruction, and Ben Anderson heads to Rio de Janeiro, where Brazil has taken extreme measures to clean up the city.
Tensions are high between the "Hermit Kingdom" and the United States at the moment, but in 2013 our HBO show went inside the country with Dennis Rodman and the Harlem Globetrotters.