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VICE NEWS TONIGHT
22:37

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

VICE News talks with two anonymous grand jury members from Breonna Taylor’s case.
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15:57

Denver Is Sending Social Workers Instead of Cops to Some 911 Calls

VICE News looks at how Denver is now addressing mental health-related emergencies.
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4:38

How The Senate Power Play For RBG's SCOTUS Seat Could End

It looks like President Trump will have the votes to ram through a replacement for Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court before Inauguration Day.
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3:08

Tear Gas May Start Riots, Not End Them

VICE News explains the history, prohibition, and modern use of tear gas.
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2:39

Getting Used to Your Government Tear Gassing You

VICE News' Dexter Thomas talks about what he’s seen and experienced in Portland.
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6:10

Breonna Taylor’s Sister Tells Us What It’s Like to Hear People Chant Her Name

VICE News talks with Breonna Taylor's sister, Juniyah Palmer.
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3:59

Unidentified Law Enforcement Officers Are Mysteriously Showing Up at D.C. Protests

Ramped up law enforcement presence at protests called into question.
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3:38

D.C. Marches to Capitol Hill Demanding Action on Police Brutality

For days, protesters in Washington DC have focused their rage at the White House.
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2:48

Police Are Breaking Up Peaceful Protests Steps From the White House

The most important news of the day with context, insights, and on-the-ground reporting you won’t see anywhere else.
Rule Britannia
28:32

To Catch A Cat Killer

As the body count of London’s pet cats rises, the UK’s first investigation into serial animal murder is being spearheaded by an unlikely pair of civilian animal sleuths.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
4:53

Kenyans are risking their lives to keep track of killer cops

VICE News embedded with underground human rights activists fighting police brutality.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
8:20

Searching for Mexico's disappeared is commonplace

More than 30,000 people are currently missing in Mexico, and it’s become eerily commonplace for workers to stumble on mass graves in the countryside.
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