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VICE NEWS TONIGHT / Clip
6:04

Malaysia Is Using Coronavirus to Deport Rohingya Refugees

VICE News looks at COVID-19 impact on Rohingya Muslim asylum-seekers in Malaysia.
VICE NEWS TONIGHT / Clip
6:18

Meet the Librarians Helping Track California's Coronavirus Cases

VICE News speaks to librarians in LA who have become contact tracers tasked to help identify and isolate the spread of COVID-19.
VICE NEWS TONIGHT / Clip
3:15

Restaurants Are Struggling to Stay Open — Customer Backlash Over Masks Isn’t Helping

VICE News visits a taco stand in Los Angeles as it reopens.
VICE One Off / web
12:17

The Immigrant Watchdogs Surveilling Border Patrol and ICE

Along the Texas-Mexico border a group of citizens, with the help of grassroot organizations and the ACLU, are given the tools and empowerment to film interactions and arrests.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
4:10

Bird Poo On Wind Turbines Is A Problem Solved By High Tech Scarecrows

High tech scarecrows are solving bird poop problem on wind turbines
VICE News Tonight on HBO
6:51

This startup is using blockchain to prevent foodborne illnesses and reduce food waste

OwlTing's blockchain technology could change how we deal with food-borne illness, fraud and food waste.
VICE Sports / Clip
0:56

National Anthem Protestor Malcolm Jenkins Goes on a Ride Along with Philly PD

As part of The Clubhouse series, Malcolm Jenkins wanted to ride along with Philadelphia Police to gain a new perspective on policing.
Relapse: Opioid Crisis in Canada / Clip
0:46

Harm Reduction Tips

Guidelines on how to protect yourself from an overdose
VICE Labs / Extra Scene
0:45

How to Block VICELAND

VICELAND production assistant Jacob Lawson shows you how to keep your children safe by blocking VICELAND.
VICE News Specials
16:27

Pipeline Nation: America's Broken Industry

VICE News visits the site of a pipeline spill to reveal a lack of industry oversight in this multi-million dollar business.
VICE News Specials / Clip
8:30

The Interpreters (Part 5)

VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson goes to Washington, DC to speak with US senators and representatives working to improve the lot of Afghan interpreters.