americas

lost dogs

The Mysterious Disappearance of North America's First Dogs

When people migrated to North America some 10,000 years ago, they brought their canine companions with them.
Becky Ferreira
7.6.18
living with jaguars

The ‘Path of the Jaguar’ Aims to Secure this Big Cat’s Enormous Range

Jaguars are increasingly isolated due to habitat fragmentation. Environmentalists, scientists, and locals are working to secure their free passage across over a dozen countries.
Becky Ferreira
4.3.18
VICELAND

Catch the Premiere of 'RISE' on VICELAND

Our new series documents the various indigenous communities across the Americas fighting colonization.
VICE Staff
1.27.17
mexico

Elephant tranquilizer is contaminating the US heroin supply — especially in Ohio

Keegan Hamilton
11.3.16
Internet

Native Americans Are Resisting the Dakota Pipeline With Tech and Media Savvy

The North Dakota protests are about more than climate change and free speech. They speak to racist assumptions about who’s tech savvy and who’s not.
Paul Spencer
10.29.16
News

New documents reveal why the FDA says marijuana isn't medicine

Keegan Hamilton
10.19.16
environment

This is what Hurricane Matthew has done — and what it may still do

More than 800 people have been killed in Haiti, nearly a million households are without power in Florida, and the storm is continuing toward South Carolina and Georgia.
Tess Owen
10.7.16
Donald Trump

In 2005 tape, Trump suggests he can sexually assault women because he's 'a star'

"When you're a star they let you do it." Trump said of trying to kiss beautiful women. "Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything."
Olivia Becker
10.7.16
COLOMBIA

The inherent paradox of the Nobel Peace Prize

This is not the first time the Nobel committee has awarded its prize for peace before such ambitions have been fully realized.
Isabella Mackie
10.7.16
politics

Democrats are so worried about Gary Johnson they’re running an attack ad

Democrats ask disaffected Libertarian voters: Do you really know what you're voting for?
Brendan James
10.7.16
hurricane matthew

This is what Hurricane Matthew has done — and what it may still do

Tess Owen
10.7.16
Health

The EpiPen is so expensive that even the US government feels overcharged

Politicians and federal regulators allege pharmaceutical maker Mylan cheated taxpayers out of millions of dollars after raising the price of the lifesaving allergy injectors.
Kayla Ruble
10.7.16
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