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VICE News Shorts
4:53

How to Make Air Travel More Sustainable

Our plane travel needs to become more sustainable, but how? Innovators around the world are working on solutions ranging from battery power to biofuels. *This series is supported by DELTA. VICE News retains full editorial authority.
VICE News Shorts
7:23

Making Biodegradable Objects Out of Greenhouse Gases

Researchers are identifying these bacteria and realizing their potential in transforming harmful emissions like CO2 and methane into chemicals that can be used to make a whole host of objects.
Family Food
11:14

Cheesy Pupusas in the Heart of Brooklyn

Mirna Elisabeth Marroquin is the chef behind Mirna’s Pupuseria in Brooklyn, NY. After becoming lost in the city subway, she met Lorenzo Garcia by chance and the two fell madly in love. Together, they run their pupuseria as a family.
VICE News Shorts
10:32

Inside a Carbon Negative Power Station

In Iceland, at the edge of the Arctic Circle, scientists are creating the one of the first carbon negative power stations, using geothermal technology and a revolutionary carbon capture process.
High Octane / web
12:56

Florida's Illegal ATV Races

In this episode of ‘High Octane’, we’ll embed with an underground crew of ATV riders who set up illegal races on the highways that run near the Florida Everglades.
Local Legends
11:08

75 Arrests, 134 Marathons & 1 Stabbing: Kansas City Superman

Local Legends meets a one of a kind jogger in Kansas City named the Kansas City Superman.
Uncovered / web
13:28

What You Don’t Know About Buffalo Wings

The MUNCHIES team travels to Buffalo to explore the untold history of this city’s most popular dish: Buffalo wings.
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?
Why We Eat / web
9:49

Why We Eat: Chow Mein

Lucas Sin, chef of Nice Day Chinese and Junzi Kitchen, breaks down the history and evolution of a classic Chinese-American dish: Chow Mein.
Family Food
11:53

3 Generations Frying Chicken In New Orleans

The Mogilles family, the family behind McHardy’s Chicken and Fixin’, has been frying chicken in New Orleans’ Seventh Ward since 2000.
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.
Why We Eat / web
10:43

Why We Eat Congee, The Humble Rice Porridge

Lucas Sin demonstrates how to make and unpacks the history behind congee, a Chinese rice porridge that has been eaten for centuries.
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