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The man pushing trump to pardon military convicts

David “Bull” Gurfein runs United American Patriots, which fights for the rights of service members accused of war crimes. He wouldn’t mind if Trump pardoned almost all of them.
May 29, 2019.

How Denver decriminalized psychedelic mushrooms

Inside the campaign to loosen Denver’s laws regulating hallucinogenic mushrooms.
May 7, 2019.

The Rebel Sheriffs of the West

Sheriff Bob Songer is one of more than a hundred county leaders across the nation who are pledging to not enforce any new state gun control laws. We went to Klickitat County, Washington, to find out why.
March 21, 2019.

police in schools

The city of Round Rock, Texas, is debating turning its school-based police program into a fully fledged police department. Here’s what happened.
February 14, 2019.

e-cigs for JAil

Jamie Mosley is the jailer of Laurel County, Kentucky, who invented an e-cig that was safe for use in jails. Was he helping inmates, or exploiting them?
November 26, 2018.

the gun-shop-owning family suing for the right to buy guns

After the Parkland school shooting, big box retailers like Dick’s Sporting Good and Walmart banned the sale of rifles to people under 21. Now, in Michigan and Oregon, some of those young people are fighting back.
October 30, 2018.

cruz takes on beto

A day with Ted Cruz on the campaign trail in Texas.
September 18, 2018.

coming for your guns

Since last year, the Seattle Police Department has had a new tool to help it prevent suicide or violent crime by firearm: an Extreme Risk Protection Order, which allows it to seize the guns of anyone deemed a danger to themselves or others. But is the law striking the right balance?
July 27, 2018.

The return of haiti's army

Haiti is the poorest country in the Caribbean, but that isn't stopping its leaders from reconstituting an Army, more than two decades after it was shut down for a series of coups and crackdowns on dissent. We went to see how it's going -- and why.
June 25, 2018.

a rural airport with a secret

Members of the organization North Carolina Stop Torture Now say some of the secrets of the CIA's post-9/11 torture program may rest in a mysterious hanger at a remote airport near Raleigh. 
May 8, 2018

putin's hold on the Church

From Russia, a look at how the Orthodox Church has grown from renegade body under Communism into a centerpiece of Vladimir Putin's consolidation of power.
March 16, 2018

meet The NRA of Knives

Doug Ritter runs an organization dedicated to protecting the rights of knife owners everywhere. But his latest fight has made for some unexpected alliances.
February 13, 2018

did this ukrainian factory sell Rockets to North Korea?

After a former Soviet missile factory in Ukraine was accused of selling rockets to North Korea, Vice News Tonight was the first western media to visit the site.
January 8, 2018

the jfk conspiracy theories aren't going away

Daniel Liszt is Dark Journalist, and he has a theory about who killed JFK, and why, that you have to hear. 
November 22, 2017

How a small texas town coped with a 1980 church shooting

In the aftermath of the deadly shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, we visited another Texas town with its own legacy of tragic violence in church, to see what it takes to move on -- after 37 years.
November 10, 2017

Everything you think you know about bump stocks is wrong

Meet Rick Vasquez, a former ATF official who was one of the people who approved bump stocks -- which allow semi-automatic rifles to fire like they were machine guns -- for sale.
October 11, 2017

st. louis protests another acquitted cop

A weekend in St. Louis after the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley. 
September 18, 2017

The Career of michael flynn

Vice News Tonight speaks with friends and former colleagues of Gen. Michael Flynn to find out how he went from celebrated general to under investigation.
July 6, 2017

Russia's radioactive legacy

Many Russians live with the relics of an era of unbridled radioactive exploration in their very backyards.
June 8, 2017

redneck revolt

Mayor Chris Louras tried to bring Syrian refugees to Rutland, Vermont. This was his last day in office.
March 15, 2017

nuclear doomsayer

Former Secretary of Defense Bill Perry on why we should be more afraid than we are.
March 6, 2017

welcome to canada

A Canadian CEO is going to extraordinary lengths to help Syrian refugees resettle.
February 8, 2017

fired from state

Veteran foreign service officer Tom Countryman speaks on his first day out of the State Department.
February 1, 2017

the inauguration of donald trump

On the bus from Nashville to Washington, DC with supporters of Donald Trump. [segment starts at 04:16]
January 20, 2017

post-coal country