Fire Ants Are Invading Hawaii, so Helicopters Are Blasting Them With Birth Control
The ants are blinding pets and torturing farmworkers: “It was like a whole piece of my body was getting lit on fire”
Coronavirus Spreading From Humans to Wild Animals Would Be Like ‘Opening Pandora’s Box’
Even the coolest cats and kittens can get the coronavirus.
The Writers and Directors Who Saw Coronavirus Coming
Spending years crafting a pandemic doesn’t quite prepare you for living through one.
These Botanists Are Searching for Endangered Plants With Drones — Then Scaling Cliffs to Save Them
Meet Hawaii's Indiana Joneses of rare plant conservation.
Here’s How Scientists Think Coronavirus Spreads From Bats to Humans
Bats carry tons of viruses, but they don't usually get sick from them.
The Scientist Hunting for Cave Crystals to Understand Climate Change
These 30,000-year-old crystals formed when permafrost melted in the last Ice Age.
Feral Hogs Are Tearing up Texas. So People Are Shooting Them from Helicopters.
Did someone say 30 to 50 feral hogs? More like 6 to 9 million.
This 14-Year-Old Climate Activist Is Giving Up School to Save the World
"World leaders have failed us," says 8th grader Alexandria Villaseñor.
The Castro era just officially ended in Cuba
86-year-old Raúl Castro stepped down after 10 years as Cuba’s president.
Florida teachers told us what they want. Hint: It’s not guns.
Florida teachers tell us what they’re fighting for after the Parkland shooting.
Erica K. Landau
How Trump is splitting up Salvadoran-American families
Trump is preparing to kick 220,000 Salvadorans out of the country. They have 193,000 kids who were born in the U.S.
What It's Like to Be Young in Hollywood’s Culture of Harassment
VICE News spoke with dozens of assistants and young actors in Los Angeles and New York about Hollywood’s persistent culture of abuse and what it would take to change it.