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A fearless, raw approach to storytelling is the trademark of "VICE," a groundbreaking newsmagazine series that tackles global issues often overlooked by traditional media. From anti-government rebellions, to hotbeds of terrorist activity, to conflict and corruption, "VICE" uses an engrossing documentary style to bring unique perspective to events shaping the future. The series takes its name from a youth media company operating in more than 34 countries. Its founder, Shane Smith, is the host and chief on-air correspondent of "VICE," joined by a network of reporters including VICE co-founder Suroosh Alvi, documentary filmmaker and author Ben Anderson, Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker and journalist Fazeelat Aslam, and Iranian photojournalist and filmmaker Gelareh Kiazand.

Latest episodes

aired 453 days ago
Iran exerts its growing influence over the war-torn country of Iraq ahead of parliamentary elections; the dangers facing viticulture, and what they mean for agriculture everywhere.
aired 460 days ago
Gianna Toboni travels to the Myanmar-Bangladesh border to investigate what the future holds for the world's most persecuted minority; correspondent Aris Roussinos joins U.N. peacekeepers on a peacekeeping operation across the lawless Sahara desert.
aired 597 days ago
VICE Media founder Shane Smith returns to the Korean peninsula to see how Seoul and Pyongyang are reacting to the new detente; Gianna Toboni travels to the scorched town of Paradise to learn how California can survive a future of deadlier wildfires.
aired 604 days ago
The apocalypse industry is thriving due to shows, movies, the media, and hyper-partisan politics; the Bollywood film system has given rise to a skin-lightening industry worth almost $500 million.
aired 611 days ago
Women work to fix the shortcomings of a legal system that often fails to protect them in cases of domestic violence; Crimeans discuss how they are faring under Russian control, and how Ukrainians are clinging to the hope of reunification.
aired 618 days ago
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates create a humanitarian disaster in Yemen; a new set of trials using MDMA-assisted therapy achieves remarkable results in treating post-traumatic stress disorder.
aired 625 days ago
The effect of the Trump administration's policy changes on the fates of thousands of asylum seekers; healthy human beings are often paid thousands of dollars for trying unapproved drugs in clinical trials and reporting their side effects.
aired 632 days ago
Gianna Toboni investigates the roots of Mexico's spiraling murder rate and meets the people who refuse to be silenced; political strategist Steve Bannon heads up new projects to support right-wing populist parties that are surging across Europe.
aired 667 days ago
Mystical voodoo rituals and professional wrestling converge in a popular, polarizing sport in the Democratic Republic of Congo; Charlet Duboc meets devotees and skeptics of alternative medicine to explore the country's wellness obsession.
aired 674 days ago
One year after the allegations against Harvey Weinstein, the MeToo movement impacts everything from workplace culture to sex and dating; correspondent Isobel Yeung explores the "gray area" of consent and seeks answers to uncomfortable questions.
aired 681 days ago
Investigating the emerging push to implant electronic devices inside the human body and hardwire them to the brain; after hosting the 2012 World Cup and 2016 Olympics, Brazil contends with a financial crisis and a rise in violence.
aired 688 days ago
As greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise at unprecedented levels, scientists work to develop a backup plan to use technology to "geoengineer" the Earth's atmosphere and reduce the effects of climate change.
aired 695 days ago
Some faith leaders strive to move evangelicalism away from political associations; Ben Anderson reports on the rebel group Allied Democratic Forces, one of the least-known but most violent organizations in the world.
aired 704 days ago
Gianna Toboni returns to Texas to see how the transgender community is fighting to win acceptance and protection; Vikram Gandhi travels to Nicaragua to meet the new revolutionaries and find out what the future might hold for the nation.
aired 713 days ago
As President Trump pushes stiff tariffs on imports and works to renegotiate trade deals, some feel his actions may set off an international trade war that could decimate the global economy and actually cost more U.S. jobs.
aired 716 days ago
Colombia embarks on a unique experiment to try and end coca farming and production, but freeing the country from its cocaine problem proves difficult; computer giants race to build the first quantum computer.
aired 730 days ago
Gianna Toboni follows one death row inmate on his arduous path to the execution chamber; resilient women find surprising ways to rise above the conflict in Yemen and transcend traditional roles in their country's conservative society.
aired 739 days ago
Isobel Yeung returns to Syria to tell the stories of those who were caught in the crossfire between the most feared terror group on Earth and the U.S.-backed coalition, whose collateral damage destroyed most of the city.
aired 751 days ago
Isobel Yeung goes to West Virginia to investigate a surge in child welfare cases, as opioid-addicted parents fight to keep their families together; Krishna Andavolu travels to India to see how Hindu nationalism affects India's religious minorities.
aired 758 days ago
Ben Anderson visits Iraqi Kurdistan and discusses why the Kurds recently voted for independence and what hopes they have for achieving their own state; nuclear physicist Taylor Wilson discusses space junk's threat to humanity's digital way of life.
aired 765 days ago
President Trump campaigns heavily on overhauling America's crumbling infrastructure; India's best and brightest tech talents put their entrepreneurial spirit and engineering skills to use in Bangalore.

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