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A Hailstorm Completely Obliterated This American Airlines Plane

"Things were flying. Passengers throwing up. Scariest flight of my life," one passenger said.
Drew Schwartz
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump's plan to kick out DREAMERs blocked by judge, at least 15 killed in California floods and mudslides, Trump lawyer sues over Russia dossier, and more.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Hurricane Footage These 'Storm Chasers' Took Will Make Your Palms Sweat

The duo claims they're doing a "public service" by filming themselves wading around in flooded casinos and parking garages during the worst of Hurricane Nate.
Drew Schwartz

What a Hurricane-Force Storm Would Look Like on the West Coast

Experts say it could happen to Vancouver, and it wouldn’t be pretty.
Jesse Donaldson
Year 2050

New Orleans Has to Work Fast to Avoid Washing Away by 2050

As climate change brings more and more extreme rainfall to the Gulf Coast, will the city take the necessary steps to protect itself from massive storms?
Mike Pearl

The Guys Cashing in on Hurricane Irma's Boat Destruction

The historic storm made a mess of the fleets of ships in Miami's Biscayne Bay. Now salvagers are looking for a windfall.
Francisco Alvarado
Views My Own

Geto Boys’ Willie D Explains How Tragedy Is Bringing Houston Together

The rap legend talks Hurricane Harvey on both sides of the wealth divide—and where we go from here.
Willie D

Waiting Out Harvey in My Parents' Trailer Is a Slow-Churning Nightmare

In the drive leading up to their spot outside our hometown of Houston, a sign reads "Ruff Enuff." My parents' place isn't flooded, but this is the worst storm we've seen.
Brian McManus
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Watch an On-Air Reporter Help Rescue Someone from the Storm in Texas

The journalist and her cameraman kept reporting after their station flooded and the storm worsened, helping to save a truck driver's life.
Drew Schwartz
Year 2050

New York in 2050 Will Be Wetter, Warmer, and More Dangerous

New Yorkers should prepare for heat waves, floods, and natural disasters.
Mike Pearl

How New York's Homeless Lived Through This Weekend's Blizzard

Outreach workers attempted to get the city's most vulnerable citizens to safety, but some homeless people say the system was more accommodating.
John Surico

The VICE Morning Bulletin

States across the US were hit by floods, Japan agreed to pay Korean "comfort women" from World War Two, and Peyton Manning strongly denied using HGH.
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