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1.24.18

The Entrepreneur Trying to Democratize Law with a Free Chatbot

Joshua Browder created DoNotPay to help people fight parking tickets, and hopes to make the platform a resource for all kinds of legal issues.

1.17.18

The VICE Morning Bulletin

House and Mueller both subpoena Bannon, US national park advisers resign in protest, 22 states to sue FCC over net neutrality, and more.

1.8.18

The VICE Morning Bulletin

#MeToo dominates the Golden Globes, Kushner company took $30 million from Israeli investor, flooding wreaks havoc at JFK airport, and more.

10.25.17

The People of Bangladesh Shouldn't Have to Pay for America's Carbon Footprint

As the US continues to debate the reality of climate change while being one of the largest contributors to carbon emissions, countries like Bangladesh and millions of people suffer.

10.10.17

How Advocacy Leaders Banded Together to Save US Foreign Aid from Trump's Budget Cuts

Some of America’s most prominent NGOs are coming together as a collective to look at ways to strategize, number crunch, and talk best practices.

3.9.17

Greece's Anarchists Are Taking Better Care of Refugees Than the Government

Greece has been at the crossroads of irregular immigration for more than a decade, especially since the influx of refugees from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in the early 2000s.

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8.18.16

Artificial Intelligence Is Predicting Human Poverty From Space

Because people on Earth don’t seem to have the time and money.

7.17.16

Inside One of Palestine's First Skate Camps

VICE caught up with the camp's founders, including pro skater Kenny Reed, to talk about their goal of fostering Palestine's budding skate scene.

6.27.16

The True Cost of Malaria

The numbers measuring this scourge can be overwhelming and difficult to comprehend.

3.28.16

Meet the Thai Sex Workers Fighting for Their Right to Earn a Living

Members of Thailand's Empower organization want the sex trade industry to be treated just like any other profession.

3.1.16

This Journalist Is Helping Isolated Communities Share Their Stories Using Cell Phones

Libby is the founder of On Our Radar, a platform that allows citizen journalists in isolated communities around the world to share their experiences, using nothing more powerful than a text.

12.18.15

How Volunteers From All Over the World Have Transformed the Refugee Crisis on Lesbos

We went to the Greek island of Lesbos to meet the hordes of people from all over the world who have gone to to try to help after being horrified by what they were seeing on the news.

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