Six years after the city of Flint, Michigan, began using a toxic water source that sickened its residents, VICE uncovered payoffs, the silencing of a whistleblower, a shady financial deal, a coverup, and the former governor who presided over it all.
Flint Lead Water Investigation Is Taking a Weird Turn: 'I Want to See Some Orange Jumpsuits, Right Quick'
Special Prosecutor Todd Flood is out. A new team is in. And no one knows whom to trust.
"It was about choosing my town, my city, and my identity... it boils down to a pure love for this community."
Exposure to lead can cause permanent brain damage, a lower IQ, and other health problems. But without federal regulations, most people don't know they're impacted until it's too late.
People can go into such extreme debt over unpaid water bills—even incorrect ones—that they lose their homes.
“We’re here, and people are more concerned about helping oil companies than helping their own families? I don’t think so”
Close to half of Newark homes tested have lead in their water. Residents are outraged.
"Flint should be a wake-up call for folks to take a hard look at their drinking systems," says a journalist who wrote a new book on the crisis.
We spoke to the filmmakers behind Netflix's haunting new documentary series, 'Flint Town.'
Michigan Attorney General candidate Dana Nessel garnered national attention when she promised not to inappropriately expose herself in a campaign ad.
Detroit's bestselling co-authors Ashley and JaQuavis Coleman are now creating TV shows.
The NFL player turned actor visited 'Desus & Mero' to discuss how he was able to let go of his anger and become a nicer person.