VICE NEWS TONIGHT
Thursday, March 12, 2020
VICE News Tonight gives viewers a reality check on the coronavirus.
VICE NEWS TONIGHT
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Vice News Tonight continues its investigation into America's school shootings.
The Dishwasher Making Guns in the Back of a Mexican Restaurant
77-year-old Arturo Rojas' guns designs can be sold for up to $60,000 per custom job. Working out of a small studio in his family’s Mexican restaurant in Dallas, Arturo spends his time engraving guns sent to him from around the world.
VICE NEWS REPORTS
Chicago at War
VICE News explores violence in Chicago, and what’s being done to try and stop it.
VICE News Shorts
Inside the Gun Worshipping Moonie Church MAGA America Loves
The Moonies have guns and an avid MAGA American following in rural Penn. We spent a weekend at their first "Rod of Iron Freedom Festival."
Shooting Cats: Australia's War on Feral Cats
Feral cats cover 99 per cent of Australia and kill millions of native animals daily. For those living in the rural fringes, they’re a plague on local wildlife. We follow the people who’ve taken this problem into their own hands – one shot at a time.
Guns for God: The Church of the AR-15
Host Charlet Duboc goes to Pennsylvania to meet the believers of the World Peace and Unification Sanctuary- a small fringe group of Christianity that has been accused of being a cult, and who recently took up arms for God.
18 with Issues
Politically Opposed Teens on the Future of Illinois
Broadly’s Em Odesser heads to Chicago, Illinois to sit down with two teen politicians from either side of the aisle to hear about the issues that matter most to them.
The Disturbing, Controversial Rise of Bulletproof Backpacks
With an epidemic of school shootings on our hands, some argue bulletproof backpacks are a back-to-school essential—but others say they’re only fueling the hysteria around gun violence.
Maybe I'm Wrong: More Guns Means More Political Power
Maybe I'm wrong, but more guns may mean more political power.
Maybe I'm Wrong: Media Coverage of Mass Shootings
Maybe I'm wrong, but the way media covers mass shootings might embolden more mass shooters.
Maybe I'm Wrong: Regulating Guns like Cars
Maybe I'm wrong, but if guns were treated like cars, gun deaths in the United States would be reduced.