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The War On Drugs
11:16

Did the CIA Actually Sell Crack in the 1980s?

As cocaine flooded into America in the 1980s, this is how one reporter exposed CIA collaboration with cartels. Did the US government actually cause the crack epidemic?
VWN Informers
6:08

The Scariest Things I’ve Seen While Hacking

A white hat hacker reveals how vulnerable our systems are globally, the impact of major hacks and how it affects all of us.
Dogs of War
7:31

The Rise of Brazil’s Biggest Prison Gang | Dogs of War

Brazil's largest prison gang, the PCC, has massacred police, shut down cities and controls 60% of Brazil’s cocaine market. VICE meets the organisation's leader, Marcola.
Local Legends
7:55

London’s Joyful Lockdown Ravers

We meet Joy Anonymous, a dance collective that brought happiness to Londoners during the misery of lockdown by throwing parties on the River Thames.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
5:01

Chinese women are getting rich by simply live streaming their days

VICE News visits a live streaming factory in Wuhan to find out how the business works, and spends a day with Huan Huan, a young woman who goes live a couple of hours a day, showing no skin, and rakes in up to $20,000 a month.
VICE Sports
4:44

Life After Sumo

In this VICE Sports exclusive, we visit with two retired rikishis to get their take on life after sumo.
Tonic Spotlight
7:29

Death in A Can: Australia's Euthanasia Loophole

Max Dog Brewing sells canisters of nitrogen for carbonating beer, or killing yourself, depending on who you ask.
Transmissions
9:02

Life Inside a Chinese Bitcoin Mine

Motherboard visits a secretive Bitcoin mine located in rural Northeast China and document a day-in-the-life of the three employees hired to maintain the mine.