VICE News Tonight
VICE News' half-hour nightly newscast. We now interrupt your regularly scheduled worldview.VICE News Tonight has one or more episodes streaming on HBO. It has 485 episodes over 2 seasons. VICE News Tonight has a new episode airing on December 10th, 2018 (PST). It has a high IMDb audience rating of 8.4 (263 votes).
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S01 E01Oct 10, 2016
Episode 1 Oct 10, 2016 Conservative commentator Glenn Beck shares his reactions to the second presidential debate, and VICE takes a closer look at Wells Fargo.
S01 E02Oct 11, 2016
Episode 2 Oct 11, 2016 In one of his first interviews since leaving office, former House Speaker John Boehner discusses the raucous race for president. Plus, VICE talks with photographer Dondi Tawatao about documenting the violence that has swept the Philippines.
S01 E03Oct 12, 2016
Episode 3 Oct 12, 2016 VICE visits Rutland, Vermont, where the mayor faces backlash for proposing the city become a refugee resettlement, and follows a 25-year-old startup worker moving between WeWork and WeLive.
S01 E04Oct 13, 2016
Episode 4 Oct 13, 2016 VICE speaks to transgender student, Gavin Grimm, about his fight to use his high school bathroom in Virginia. Plus, an on-the-ground look at the conflict between Russian-backed separatists and the Ukraine Army.
S01 E05Oct 14, 2016
Episode 5 Oct 14, 2016 Knowing that hundreds of decisions are made before a vote is cast, VICE heads to North Carolina to see how an election is made from the ground up. Plus, a closer look at how forests will react to climate change.
S01 E06Oct 17, 2016
Episode 6 Oct 17, 2016 VICE looks at carfentanil risks by visiting a county where there are, on average, 20 to 25 overdoses a day, and correspondent Roberto Ferdman explores what it means to produce a rigorous -- and informative -- poll.
S01 E07Oct 18, 2016
Episode 7 Oct 18, 2016 VICE News looks at the current state of Turkey three months after the failed coup, and Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney debuts his weekly music review.
S02 E01Oct 10, 2017
Episode 1 Oct 10, 2017 This week, the House plans to vote on a legislation that would provide billions of dollars in disaster relief to help states and territories recovering from recent storms. VICE News visits Barbuda to find out what it's like to be on an island that is now uninhabitable.
S02 E02Oct 11, 2017
Episode 2 - Beginning of Bump Stocks & ISIS in Hawija Oct 11, 2017 We meet the man who green-lit bump stocks, Trump is going hard on America's nuclear weapons, Paul Gosar is being sued by the woman he blocked on Facebook and strong winds rippling across Northern California are refueling close to a dozen wildfires. Plus, Liam Gallagher comes back to review new music.
S02 E03Oct 12, 2017
Episode 3 - Mafia Targets Migrants & Iran Nuclear Deal Oct 12, 2017 VICE News examines the tensions rising between the Black Axe and Sicily's Cosa Nostra, as the Nigerian criminal gang infiltrates the island.VICE News speaks with Sen. Ben Cardin about the Iran Nuclear Deal, it's future under the Trump administration, and how congress may respond if deciding what to do becomes their decision.The correlation between race and mental ability was popularized in the late 1990s by Charles Murray, a political scientist who spoke at the University of Michigan Wednesday night. VICE News was on the ground and met those who supported and protested the event.Plus, Ai Wei Wei’s largest public exhibition opens in New York.
S02 E04Oct 16, 2017
Episode 4 - The Front Lines Of California's Fires & Capturing Carbon Oct 16, 2017 Massive fires continue to sweep through California in one of the deadliest fires to plague the state since 1933. Early Sunday morning, VICE News began a 24-hour embed with a fire engine crew.On Friday, Trump made his statement on Iran’s nuclear program, ahead of Sunday (Oct 15) deadline. What will this mean for Iran and nuclear diplomacy?The Paris Climate Agreement was a major step forward in the fight against climate change. But experts say the goal of keeping temperature rise below 2 degrees will be impossible without physically removing carbon from the atmosphere. VICE News went to Switzerland to learn more about the technology that may help save the planet.
S02 E05Oct 17, 2017
Episode 5 - China's Live Streaming Stars & Hepatitis Outbreak Oct 17, 2017 A deadly outbreak of Hepatitis A has forced California to declare a state of emergency. The disease is transferred by fecal matter, so people who lack access to proper sanitation are the most at risk. The city now faces an even larger issue: homelessness. Then, VICE News looks at how China's live-streaming girls rake in billions. Plus, ISIS loses its stronghold in Raqqa. And, Weezer reviews new music in a fresh installment of Music Critic.
S02 E06Oct 18, 2017
Episode 6 - Remnants Of California Wildfires & 'Catholicism's Breitbart' Oct 18, 2017 Inside Catholicism’s Breitbart, the site 'Church Militant,' as founder Michael Voris is targeting liberal priestsChinese Communist Party began its 19th Party Congress, bringing 2,300 delegates together. President Xi Jinping is expected to be re-elected as party leader for another five years. VICE News looks at how Gen Secretary of the Communist Party of China, Xi Jinping, has changed the party and country.In the California neighborhood of Coffey Park, nearly every house has already burned to the ground. Instead of rows of homes, there’s now a forest of charred chimneys standing in piles of ash. And now that there’s nothing left to burn, recovery workers are beginning the search for anyone who didn’t make it out alive.Plus, VICE's Suroosh Alvi tries on a mech suit in South Korea.
S02 E07Oct 19, 2017
Episode 7 - Macron’s Labor Battle & Mexico Aftershocks Oct 19, 2017 On Tuesday, thousands of French public workers staged their first nationwide strike under President Emmanuel Macron to express their anger with his labor reforms. VICE News looks at how Macron's battle with France's totemic unions could define his presidency.Last month’s earthquake left thousands without homes. Many remain displaced amid fears of collapsing structures. VICE News returns to the city to follow a resident who can show what life is like one-month on.Today marks the 30th anniversary of Black Monday – the most disastrous single day in U.S. stock market history. Since Oct 19, 1987, financial markets have been transformed by the march of time and technology and regulatory change.Plus, undocumented immigrant teenager talks to Vice about her abortion battle, Xi Jinxing’s speech that’s been made into a clapping video game, and a look at the cities bidding for the second Amazon HQ.