Vice News Tonight


Not to Brag but We Won Some Emmys. Watch All 6 Winners Here.

VICE News Tonight is the most-awarded nightly newscast for the second year in a row.


Trump’s Plan to Save American Jobs by Slapping Tariffs on China Doesn’t Seem to Be Working

VICE News visits Kontech, a TV maker in Shenzhen that sends about a quarter of its products to the U.S., as they work 12 hours a day, 6 days a week trying to deliver as many orders as possible.


Political Paranoia Landed Iranian Cheetah Conservationists on Death Row

Four of a group of nine researchers were accused of “sowing corruption on earth,” and could be sentenced to death.


Opioid Overdose Deaths Go Up for New Moms after Childbirth. Here’s Why.

Following the shift in recovery focus to pregnancy and babies, states are recognizing that mothers have been cut out of the picture.


The ‘Dr. Phil’ of Virtual Reality Is Helping Cartoon Mushrooms Talk About Dying

VICE News took a tour through virtual reality with Syrmor to see what it’s like to have cartoon pigs tell you their darkest secrets.


This Team is Still Searching for Missing American Soldiers Decades After the Korean War

Meet the team still searching for American MIAs decades after the Korean War.


America's Newest Outsourced Job: Public School Teachers

American public schools are looking to the Philippines to address a shortage of teachers around the country.


Bart Baker Quit YouTube. Now He’s Making a Living on the Chinese Internet

An ultra-successful YouTuber is hoping he can be big in China, without angering authorities.


This Guy Forged Famous Artists for Decades. Now He's Gone Legit.

We talked to him about his life of fraud, and the hot new target for forgers: black artists.


Why This Bookseller Is Still Afraid to Return Home to Hong Kong

“They charged me with the crime of selling illegal books. So it's obvious that if I stayed in Hong Kong, I'd be dead for sure.”


Here's Why People in Hong Kong Are Terrified of Being Extradited to China

Forced disappearances and reports of torture mark President Xi Jinping's justice record.


How 8chan Was Born — and Became the Worst Place on the Internet

“Real life stopped mattering to me,” says founder Fredrick Brennan.