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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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These Minnesota Miners are Breaking With Tradition to Vote for Trump

VICE visits the Iron Range, where miners are supporting Trump for one big reason.
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3:36

MAKE IT COUNT CATIE

The most important news of the day with context, insights, and on-the-ground reporting you won’t see anywhere else.
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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.
Red Right Hand
32:13

A Wrongful Murder Conviction and 18-Year Fight for Justice: The Fairbanks Four

VICE trekked to Alaska to tell the story of the Fairbanks Four, a group of native teens who were wrongfully convicted of murder in 1997.
Know Your Rights
3:15

Know Your Rights: Public Transit

Being targeted by one of the thousands of transit officers dispatched across the country is more often a nuisance than a cause for anxiety. But if this interaction starts to escalate, it’s important to know your rights.
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