Alexandra Pelosi, the daughter of incoming Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, sits down with 15 retiring or resigning members of Congress to find out what it's like to serve and why they're leaving. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
One year after 314 Action — a non-profit recruiting scientists to run for office — spoke to VICE News about their plans, nine of the 13 candidates they endorsed were elected to Congress. VICE News catches up with some of the people they endorsed about their 2019 agenda. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Federal prison employees are working without pay because of the ongoing government shutdown. Many have worked long hours in crowded prisons before the shutdown, and bein furloughed has forced some to look for second jobs. VICE News speaks to employees about the shutdown's impact on their lives. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Josh Rubin is an activist from New York who traveled to Tornillo, Texas to view an infamous detention camp for migrant children. As the camp closes, he is bearing witness to the end of an ugly chapter in immigration policy. VICE News views the closure through his lens. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Newly empowered House Democrats will unveil legislation requiring federal background checks for all gun sales. Former Arizona representative Gabby Giffords and the March For Our Lives organizers will be present. However, the legislation is unlikelyto become law. VICE News examines the politics surrounding this effort. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Sonia Bermudez lives in the Colombian bordertown of Riohacha and runs a cemetery called "People Like Us". Since late 2017, Bermudez has buried—at her own cost—40 Venezuelan migrants who died in the area and whose families couldn't afford a funeral. VICE News visits Sonia to learn about her work. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Los Angeles teachers walked out of classes as they call for greater investment and smaller class sizes. It's the first time in nearly 30 years that teachers in LAUSD—the nation's second-largest school district — have gone on strike. VICE News asks LA. teachers and support staff why they're striking. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
The ongoing American opioid epidemic has led to skyrocketing death rates. Due to the crisis, there was a record-high increase in organs available for donation. VICE News heads to Louisville, KY to understand the process of placing these "high risk" organs. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil issued a decree that made it easier for citizens to own a gun. Though Brazil had over 63,000 gun-related deaths last year, the newly elected leader wants to reduce crime by expanding gun access. VICE News examines Bolsanaro's strategy. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Barring felons from the ballot-box has a long—and racist— history in Florida, but voters overwhelmingly repealed one of the nation's most draconian disenfranchisement laws, giving an estimated 1.4 million convicted felons the right to vote. VICE News examines the repeal and its potential influence on future elections. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
As anti-Semitism allegations and infighting have plagued the founders of the Washington D.C.-based Women's March, VICE News speaks with New York City Women's March Alliance founder Katherine Siemionko before her third annual march. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Tornillo, the tent city for migrant children outside El Paso, Texas, held 3000 kids at its peak. Though it closed in December, little is known about how it operated, or what happened to kids while they were inside. VICE News speaks to four kids who spent more than a month in the facility. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, creators of the famous Doomsday Clock, is a nonprofit organization that informs policymakers about man-made threats to life on Earth. Former California Governor Jerry Brown is in D.C. to unveil the new time on the Doomsday Clock. VICE News speaks to Brown about the end of the world. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
European countries have called on Venezuela to hold an election within eight days or it will recognize opposition leader Juan Gaido as interim president. VICE News reviews the challenge to Nicolas Maduro's presidency. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Much of the discourse surrounding the Yemeni Civil War has focused on the Saudi military and the Houthi rebels. However, in the country's east, the United Arab Emirates has waged a campaign against anyone they suspect of being an al Qaeda fighter. VICE News examines the confrontation. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Harvard is being sued by a group hoping to end the use of affirmative action. The case reaches beyond Harvard and has created conversation in homes of high school kids applying to elite colleges across the country. VICE News follows three students from different racial backgrounds applying to Ivy League schools. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Though Atlanta strip clubs are normally closed on Sundays, the City Council granted them an exception for Super Bowl Sunday. Hundreds of dancers are heading to the city to catch the Super Bowl rush. VICE News speaks with one dancer that traveled from Houston to perform. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Under the Trump administration's Migrant Protection Protocols, the U.S. has begun releasing Central American migrants to Mexico while their asylum cases are pending. Local officials in Tijuana worry that the number of asylum seekers the U.S. sends will overwhelm the city. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
VICE News visits Hachita, New Mexico, to find out how residents feel about living near the border. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
The Spanish government has signed an agreement with unions and mining companies to close all remaining coal mines by the end of the year, aiming to create an "ecological transition" in the country's economically depressed mining communities. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
In Serbia, thousands continue to protest against political violence and crackdowns on media freedom. VICE News meets a journalist who recently survived an assassination attempt to discuss how criticizing the government has become increasingly dangerous. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon is involved in efforts to erect a privately funded borderwall made out of hempcrete, a hemp-based construction material. VICE News joins him for a town hall on the subject in Green Valley, Arizona. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
This Monday, public school teachers in Denver launched a strike to protest ProComp, a performance-based compensation system that went into effect in 2005. VICE News heads to the picket lines to witness the city's first teacher strike in 25 years. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
After Lori Alhadeff lost her daughter in the Parkland shooting, she ran for a seat on the school board and won. VICE News sits down with Alhadeff to talk about her life since the tragedy. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
One year afterthe Parkland school shooting, Texas' Round Rock School District is debating whether to create its own police force. VICE News weighs the potential benefits and consequences. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Dano Brown spends his nights Grafting unauthorized action figures to sell on eBay for more money than he makes in an entire week at his day job as a warehouse worker. VICE News joins him as he makes his next toy. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Indigenous groups in Peru are using a satellite-based alert system to fight deforestation. VICE News follows Peru's environmental police force as they look for the culprits of the newest deforestation patches. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
King Tide is a phenomenon brought on by the special alignment of the sun and moon that causes higher than normal tidal surges. For people living in low-lying coastal towns, this translates to flooding and infrastructure damage; in California, King Tide has state regulators concerned about the future. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Venezuela's pro-government militias, known as colectivos, have been operating with total impunity. Now, they've been tasked with securing the country's borders against aid for the opposition. VICE News looks at what this means for the ongoing crisis. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Kim Ryon-hui left North Korea seven years ago and has been forced to live in South Korea ever since. She's now hoping the warming of relations between President Trump's America and her home country will help her return to Pyongyang, where her husband and daughter still live. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
Representatives from the U.S. and the Taliban are in Qatar for the high-level talks between the two parties. VICE News meets Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen to hear the latest negotiation updates. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PMET.
In a small southern California town, activists are bringing attention to an ongoing sewage crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, caused by contaminated water flowing from the Tijuana River. VICE News meets some members of the movement. Watch Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET.
VICE News follows the YPG as they make their final push to get ISIS out of Syria. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
The recent measles outbreak in Vancouver, WA has resulted in a major spike in immunization rates. VICE News speaks to a pediatrician and a family he treats who recently changed their minds about vaccines. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PMET.
The Arkansas Times is suing the state over a law that requires state contractors requiring to pledge not to boycott Israel. VICE News visits the newspaper and speaks to one of the law's sponsors to hear why he thinks it's necessary. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
Five years ago, Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared with 239 people on board, making it one of the biggest unsolved mysteries of modern time. VICE News speaks to a former lawyer from California who has made it his mission to figure out what happened. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced he would not run for reelection after weeks of protests calling for the ailing leader to step down. VICE News meets some of the protesters who say their fight is not over. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
Water billing has become a crisis in Jackson, Mississippi. After upgrading to a new system in 2013, the city has struggled with its ability to bill accurately, leaving some people with balances ranging into the thousands. VICE News speaks with residents and city officials about the issue. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
Friday marksthe end of France's Le Grand Debat, an initiative of President Macron's administration to help quell national frustrations. The intention was to allow civilians to discuss the social issues they care about. VICE News explores if these debates will help boost Macron's low approval ratings. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
On Friday, teenagers in more than 100 countries participated in the Youth Climate Strike by walking out of school to protest inaction on climate change. VICE News speaks to Lexi, a 13-year-old who helped coordinate the first national strike. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
VICE visits with Muslim activist Hassan Shibly as he urges his Florida community to protect against white nationalism in the wake of the New Zealand mosque massacre. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
VICE News travels to Iowa with 2020 candidates like Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand and more to find out what questions people are asking on the campaign trail. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
Some sheriffs in Washington state are refusing to enforce a gun control initiative that voters passed in November, saying it violates the Second Amendment. VICE News goes to Washington to meet one of the sheriffs, as well as some citizens who are not in favor of the new regulations. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
In the wake of the recent college admissions scandal, nicknamed Operation Varsity Blues by the FBI, VICE News visits Yale University to talk to students about the relationship between socioeconomic class and the higher education system. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
VICE News travels to New Hampshire to see how the 2020 presidential candidates are addressing the Mueller report on the campaign trail. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
This week, the Israeli army bombed several targets in the Gaza Strip. VICE News reports on the latest. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
The Syrian Democratic Forces has retaken the last of the ISIS-held territory in Syria. VICE News reports from the victory declaration. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
After previously promising potential astronauts a chance to go to the red planet, Mars One Ventures has suffered a setback. VICE News profiles three of the 100 people who are in the running for the mission about what's next for them. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
In the wake of Saturday's Land Day protests at the Gaza-lsrael border, VICE News breaks down the latest developments in the conflict between Hamas and the Israel Defense Forces. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
Last week, Rockland County, New York, declared a state of emergency in response to the country's recent measles outbreak. VICE News visits the county to see how nonaffected residents are responding to the news. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
Sumo wrestling's popularity is declining in Japan, but that's not the case in other parts of the world. Since 2001, Long Beach, CA, has hosted the longest-running sumo tournament outside Japan. VICE News attends the 19th Annual U.S. Sumo Open and gets to know some of the people involved. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
In rural America, school districts are struggling to convince qualified teachers to work there instead of moving to bigger cities. VICE News takes a look at a program in Montana designed to pitch future teachers on the benefits of small-town living Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
VICE News looks at how Rwandan president Paul Kagame has run the country in the 25 years since the country's 100-day genocide. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
Although Florida recently passed an amendment allowing former felons to vote, the state's Republican-controlled legislature is now debating a new bill that would require those felons to pay back all court fees and costs before becoming eligible. VICE News looks at how many people this bill could affect. Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
Another bomb cyclone hit the Midwest for the second time in less than a month.The last storm caused record flooding and took out critical infrastructure, including levees. The region is struggling to figure out how to fix that infrastructure, an effort that's estimated to cost millions, before the next storm hits. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
On March 15, 50 people were killed in a terror attack on two Christchurch mosques by a man using semiautomatic weapons. VICE News' special episode explains how New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern forced a new law banning almost all military-style semiautomatics through Parliament, changing the country forever. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
A new policy from the Trump administration will prevent many transgender people from serving in the military. VICE News sits down with a transgender Air Force member to discuss why he wants to continue serving. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
Former Alaskan senator Mike Gravel is throwing his name into the 2020 presidential race—but doesn't want to win. VICE News talks to the politician and the teens running his campaign about how they're using Twitter to make a statement.
On the day the Mueller report is released, VICE News explores what the investigation found, and what those discoveries mean for the future. Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 pm.
As the 20th anniversary of the Columbine shooting nears, VICE News meets school shooting survivors to see what has changed and what hasn't about America's perception of school security. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
On Easter Sunday, eight blasts killed more than 200 people in churches and hotels across Sri Lanka. VICE News takes a closer look at the attacks and the aftermath. Watch Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM ET.
More and more dead dolphins have been washing up on French beaches after inadvertently getting caught in fishing nets. VICE News discusses the issue with Sea Shepherd, a marine conservation organization that is monitoring the situation.
Joe Biden announced his presidential bid today, solidifying the Democratic field for 2020. VICE News goes to a She the People event in Houston to talk to the base of the party and see what they want from a candidate.
VICE News follows a woman and her four-month-old child in the days after they are released from migrant detention.
Last week, a 19-year-old gunman opened fire at the Chabad of Poway in San Diego, resulting in one death and three injuries. VICE News looks at the aftermath of the attack, and how the Jewish community is reacting.
Massive crowds were expected on the streets of Paris for the annual May Day demonstrations. VICE News follows Yellow Vest leader Jerome Rodrigues as the movement marks six months since its start.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is dealing with sex abuse allegations within its community. VICE News speaks to people familiar with the LDS that believe the culture protects perpetrators more than victims.
Michael Cohen's three-year prison sentence starts Monday. If President Trump's former attorney gets his way, he'll report to Otisville Federal Prison. Otisville is home to the system's largest population of white-collar Jewish criminals. VICE News speaks to former Otisville inmate Lawrence Dressler--aka Larry Noodles.
Today, a ballot initiative is being voted on in Denver that, if passed, would decriminalize the use and possession of psychedelic mushrooms. Denver is the first city in the United States to consider decriminalizing shrooms. VICE News visits the city to learn more about the vote.
The African National Congress is poised to win South Africa's elections by its smallest margin ever. The Economic Freedom Fighters, a rival party, believes they can fix longstanding structural inequality via land reform. VICE News examines the ANC's struggle to achieve its longstanding goal of racial equality.
Since 2013, President Maduro has kept alive Hugo Chavez's socialist legacy, and the result has been economic calamity. Last week, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared a uprising in an attempt to drive out President Maduro, and now in Washington, Guaido supporting Venezuelans are dealing with a standoff of their own.
Rep. Eric Swalwell, a Democrat from California, is one of the many who has thrown his hat in the ring for President in 2020. VICE News spends time with Swalwell in Iowa to learn more about his beliefs and examine his chances in the upcoming election.
The Baker Act allows for anyone threatening harm to themselves or others to be involuntarily committed to a psychiatric facility for 72 hours. VICE News delves into the experiences of three Florida families, each struggling with a child in crisis.
The number of migrants crossing the border has skyrocketed in recent months: U.S. Customs and Border Patrol reported nearly 100,000 crossings in May, more than at any point in the last 12 years. VICE News examines the border crossing boom.
Progressives are rallying to protest the restrictive abortion laws recently passed in Georgia and other states in the South. VICE News visits presidential hopeful Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's roundtable discussion in Atlanta.
Since Alabama's HB 314 was passed, abortion providers say this is the first time that they've seen patients this worried about their already scheduled abortions. VICE News visits Huntsville, Alabama, talking to health care providers in one of the last three abortion clinics in the state as well as women seeking abortions.
Last week, it was determined that Pacific Gas & Electric was responsible for the Camp Fire, which burned Paradise nearly to the ground and killed 85 people. VICE News examines the economic costs, benefits and risks of rebuilding Paradise.
While many upper-class Indians believe they have benefited under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, some rural Indians feel they've lost out. VICE News examines Modi's record and follows a former soldier-turned-politician campaigning to unseat the Prime Minister in the world's largest election.
Republican leaders are publicly trying to distance themselves from controversial state laws targeting abortion in the case of rape and incest as pro-choice protests go on across the country but VICE News discovers that privately, some of those leaders have different agendas.
Washington governor Jay Inslee is running for president on the climate change platform. VICE News interviews the politician about his hopes for climate policy and the 2020 race.
VICE News follows presidential hopeful Andrew Yang during his first swing through South Carolina, a primary battleground state.
As Louisiana lawmakers put forth a bill that would ask voters to rewrite the state constitution to ensure it offers no protections for abortion, VICE News talks with those who support the bill, including Democratic Representative Katrina Jackson.
On May 30, Jared Kushner brought his Middle East peace plan to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. VICE News examines their meeting.
Muhlaysia Booker, a 23-year-old Louisiana State University student, was recently found dead on an abandoned street in Dallas. She is the fifth black trans woman to be killed this year, and the third to be killed in Dallas within the last year. VICE News visits the city to meet with members of the black trans community.
Division among California Democrats following the 2016 election has spilled into the election of a new state party chair. VICE News follows one activist looking to win the title and take on the establishment.
More than a year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the U.S. Senate has passed a disaster aid package. VICE News visits the island to meet locals who are still being affected by the aftermath of the storm and government officials who are deciding how to allocate the new funds.
On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, VICE News interviews a 94-year-old veteran of the German army and a 93-year-old veteran of the American army.
Miss Major Griffin-Gracy was one of the many transgender women of color who played a major role in confronting the police at the Stonewall riots. In the 50 years since, she has become a key figure in the battle for trans rights.
VICE News visits a shelter in San Diego that's scrambling to house migrants who have been placed in the city by an overwhelmed immigration system.
The Trump administration plans to have a stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border wall painted to "improve" its aesthetic appearance. VICE News traveled to Mexico to speak with locals about the project.
VICE News meets members of the White Helmets, Syria's volunteer civil defense force, to find out more about doing search and rescue during a time of intense conflict.
Despite some criticism, children continue to compete in Muay Thai matches in rural Thailand. VICE News meets with some of these young boxers as they prepare for their next big fight.
VICE News attends the rehearsal for a new play called FBI Lovebirds, written by a conservative playwright.
Hepatitis C, the deadliest infectious disease in the U.S., is curable with a 12-week course of a pill that's prohibitively expensive. VICE News looks into how Louisiana's Health Department is trying to make it more affordable with a new pricing model.
A group of activists raised money to pay research students from a historically black college to look through decades of old yearbooks for instances of blackface. VICE News embeds with some of these students.
VICE News speaks to a panel of LGBTQ Americans about the 2020 presidential candidates.
Jared Kushner unveiled the Trump administration's Middle East peace plan in Bahrain on June 25 though no one from the Palestinian Authority was in attendance. VICE News takes a look at their approach to solving the Israel-Palestine conflict.
VICE News meets the pro-government civilian groups that are at the heart of the power dispute in Venezuela.
VICE News visits Xinjiang, China, to speak with locals about the province's treatment of Uighur Muslims, who keep disappearing to so-called "re-education centers" that the U.S. Department of Defense has described as concentration camps.
Tens of millions of unexploded World War I bombs still litter the fields of eastern France 100 years after the war ended, and continue to kill people when they accidentally go off. VICE News meets a bomb squad tasked with gathering, diffusing and safely blowing them up.
As Pride parades expand around the world, VICE News meets with the Reclaim Pride Coalition, a group of activists looking for a non-corporate alternative.
One tourism company takes guests on storm-chasing trips in hopes they'll witness a tornado in action. VICE News goes along for the ride to see why some tourists pay thousands for the experience.
VICE News meets members of a support group for women who have had late-term abortions for medical reasons. They discuss what life is like for them now and what it's like to have abortion at the center of politics again.
VICE News follows former professional boxer Paulie Malignaggi as he steps into the bare-knuckle boxing ring for the first time.
The price of insulin in the U.S. has skyrocketed, but that is not the case in Mexico. VICE News travels there to see how insulin is made and to find out more about the cost disparity.
The U.S. Forest Service is studying wildfires by planting various instruments in Fishlake National Forest and setting them on fire to observe behavior. VICE News attended the fire and looked at what data was gathered after.
VICE News embeds with an undocumented mother in the Houston area as fear builds up over ICE raids in the city.
VICE News examines the campaign logos being unveiled by the 2020 Democratic hopefuls.
VICE News spends 48 hours on the campaign trail with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.
As the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing approaches, VICE News speaks with a small group of people who believe it never happened.
Puerto Rican citizens have entered their second week of protests against Governor Ricardo Rossello. VICE News looks at the island's class divide and history of alleged corruption.
Ahead of the Mueller hearing, VICE News shadowed Eric Swalwell as he prepared.
Because of droughts and severe weather, farmers in Honduras' so-called Dry Corridor are considering migrating north, joining a growing number of climate refugees worldwide. VICE News profiles a farmers who considered making the journey.
VICE News' Evan McMorris-Santoro tries out VIDA, the biggest virtual dating assistance company in the world.
VICE News spends 48 hours with presidential candidate Cory Booker as he campaigns through the Midwest.
This week, Michigan is playing host to the Democratic debates. In 2016, Trump won this state, becoming the first Republican to do so since 1988. VICE News speaks to Dan Kildee, who represents Michigan's 5th district, about how Democrats can win over voters in the state.
VICE News visits Uganda to get a closer look at the thriving unlicensed orphanage business.
Each summer, a prominent anti-abortion group in Texas holds a training program for pro-life college students to learn about anti-abortion advocacy. VICE News follows some of these students to see what the crash course is like.
VICE News reports from the front lines of Hong Kong's protests, which have been going on for weeks and included a general strike earlier this week.
This month, Lionel Franc attempted to set a world record by jumping headfirst from more than 80 feet into the harbor of La Ciotat in southern France. VICE News followed Franc as he prepared for his historic jump.