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Here’s the latest for Tuesday January 14th: Pompeo fails to show for Congressional panel; Large blaze knocks out market in Haiti; St. Louis prosecutor files suit against city alleging racism; Harvey weinstein appear in NYC courthouse.

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On This Day: 20 December 1950

James Stewart’s cult classic “Harvey” premiered in Los Angeles. (Dec. 20)

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Students succeed despite Hurricane Harvey

(2 Oct 2018) Even before Hurricane Harvey hit, there were high schools already grappling with the colossal task of educating some of the poorest, academically struggling children in Houston. But some schools thrived in a way few expected. (Oct. 2)

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Poor Face Toughest Recovery 1 Year After Harvey

(23 Aug 2018) Hurricane Harvey has been described as the storm that didn’t discriminate, inflicting an estimated $125 billion in damage to rich and poor alike. But community leaders say residents in the poorest neighborhoods have fared the worst. (Aug. 23)

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Time And Money Are Running Out For Families Still Displaced by Hurricane Harvey (HBO)

In late August Hurricane Harvey destroyed property across southeast Texas, and more than four months later, 10,000 affected families are still spread across 12,000 hotel rooms waiting for their lives to get back to normal.

In the next few days FEMA is expected to announce whether or not they’ll extend their hotel program, called Transitional Shelter Assistance, for the fourth time. If allowed to expire on January 16, thousands of Texans whose homes have been deemed unlivable will immediately have to seek or request new shelter — a daunting prospect that has many Harvey survivors feeling anxious and frustrated with FEMA’s lack of communication and last minute decision-making.

The challenge is FEMA is not insurance: it’s a federal aid designed to be temporary. The agency’s disaster assistance has taken on several forms that range from direct financial compensation to temporary mobile homes. In a region where 80% of victims did not have flood insurance, recovery is costly and FEMA can’t answer exactly who will get what help for how much longer.

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Scientists Can Now Quickly Link Extreme Weather Events To Climate Change (HBO)

The United States is in the middle of a deep cold snap, and meteorologists are saying that a “bomb cyclone” — essentially a freezing hurricane — will hit parts of the East Coast tonight. It’s a weather cycle that’s prompted a number of climate change deniers — including President Trump — to crack tired jokes about the concept of global warming.

But beyond the misguided social media jabs lies a serious and ongoing discussion about how scientists can connect individual extreme weather events to underlying climate change — and more importantly, how fast they can make now those connections.

Remember that study from 2004? It looked at a European heat wave that took place in 2003, and took a year and a half to complete. In contrast, just three months after Hurricane Harvey, scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory published a study showing that Harvey dropped 38 percent more rain than it would have without underlying climate change. Another group called World Weather Attribution found that hurricanes that size have become three times more probable

VICE News spoke with Myles Allen, a climate scientist at the University of Oxford and one of the researchers behind the first climate attribution study, who explained why scientists are now able to rapidly figure out if an event like Hurricane Harvey was more devastating than it otherwise would have been because of climate change. (Answer: it was.)

“We are now looking at accelerating that whole process because once you’ve agreed on the method you’re using, you don’t need to reinvent the wheel every time you do a new study,” Allen told VICE News. “The actual time it takes to actually do the calculations is not that long.”

This segment originally aired January 3, 2017 on VICE News Tonight on HBO.

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Bosnia On Trial & The Killer Haunting Tampa: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is November 22, 2017 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

Former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic was sentenced to life in prison for genocide and crimes against humanity by the U.N. war crimes tribunal. Mladic, known as the “Butcher of Bosnia,” led forces during the 1992-1995 conflict that killed more than 100,000. VICE News Tonight visited Mladic’s village as the verdict was read.

VICE News explores how Tampa residents are coping with the fear of a potential killer on the loose in the Seminole Heights neighborhood.

When long-awaited documents related to JFK assassination were released, we filmed with Daniel Lizst, aka the Dark Journalist. He tells us about his theory that the CIA killed JFK to hide “the Alien Presence” and discusses how the newly released docs corroborate his ideas.

Hurricane Harvey has forced to rival high schools to share a school building. After the storm wrecked Kingwood, its students relocated to Summer Creek. The student bodies have vastly different compositions, making everyone have to grow up a little faster.

Plus, a look at how congress may have been the first nontraditional workplace and the origins of thanksgiving explained through animations.

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Flat Earthers Unite & Trump Deports Haitians: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is November 21, 2017 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

Hundreds of people gathered for the first ever International Flat Earth Conference. Sold out for months, the conference allowed attendees who previously only interacted online to swap conspiracy theories in person and meet heroes of the movement.

The streets of Harare erupted in euphoria this evening with the announcement that the 37-year reign of President Robert Mugabe is officially over.

Hurricane Harvey brought the court system in Harris County, TX – one of the busiest in the nation – to a screeching halt. Hundreds of people are now waiting in jail for indefinitely suspended hearings and trials.

Following last week’s UN climate conference where 23 countries and states signed a $50 million initiative to phase out coal by 2030, VICE News explores how the coal industry is being dumped by insurers.

Plus, VICE News examines Trump’s decision not to renew deportation protection for Haitians in the U.S. and Thundercat reviews new music on Music Corner.

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How Court Delays Affect Incarcerated People’s Lives (HBO)

Hurricane Harvey brought the court system in Harris County, TX – one of the busiest in the nation – to a screeching halt. Hundreds of people are now waiting in jail for indefinitely suspended hearings and trials.

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Defendants Are Left Waiting After Harvey Flooded A Houston Courthouse (HBO)

Hurricane Harvey brought the court system in Harris County, TX – one of the busiest in the nation – to a screeching halt. Hundreds of people are now waiting in jail for indefinitely suspended hearings and trials.

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Kremlin War Games & New Eye On Hurricanes: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

September 21, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News examines a new satellite launched by NOAA in November, GOES-16. It has four times the resolution as the legacy satellites and five times the refresh rate of being able to take images, and it’s been used so far to track Harvey and Irma.

Russia and Belarus have have just wrapped large-scale joint military exercises known as Zapad which made NATO allies nervous.

Conventional western wisdom says that Russia is promoting the rise of far right populists across Europe with money, fake news and cyber attacks to undermine the liberal consensus. The idea being that a weakened EU would be less likely to challenge it with things like sanctions. In Germany, that movement is the AfD. But how far can the AfD’s rise be credited to Moscow? Is there any evidence Russia is providing money, spreading fake news or launching cyber attacks to undermine German democracy?

McConnell has announced that the Senate will vote on the Graham-Cassidy bill next week. States are due to have the decision on final premium increases by today.

Plus, a man who stakes out at to UN General Assemblies to get baseballs signed by world leaders.

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NOAA’s Newest Satellite Can See Inside Hurricanes (HBO)

A new satellite launched by NOAA in November, GOES-16, has been producing the most detailed hurricane images ever recorded. It has four times the resolution as the legacy satellites and five times the refresh rate of being able to take images, and it’s been used so far to track Harvey and Irma. VNT explores what makes this new satellite different, and how it can help us track weather-related disasters.

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Houston Trashed & Apple’s iPhone X: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

Sept 12, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

In Hurricane Harvey’s wake, Houston residents are dealing with one of the storm’s biggest hangovers: eight million cubic yards of debris. VICE News spent a day with a driver from San Antonio’s Solid Waste Management Department, one of the neighboring cities lending their own fleets to help collect the garbage.

Apple unveiled its new iPhone — but what’s really behind the huge price tag? VICE News headed to Cupertino to find out.

And, Big Boi reviews ‘Midnight’ by Jessie Ware, ‘Teetroit’ by Tee Grizzley, ‘Fetish’ by Selena Gomez ft. Gucci Mane, ‘Are You Ready’ by The Isley Brothers ft. Santana.

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Houston’s Second Flood & Los Angeles Apparel: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the Sept. 25, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

As Texans reckon with Harvey’s fallout — not only from the massive rainfall, but from the strained infrastructure that was supposed to protect them — Roberto Ferdman got a look at what happened when officials ordered a second flood to save the city.

Plus, VICE News examines the comeback of American Apparel founder Dov Charney.

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FARC Goes Legit & SB4 In The Rio Grande Valley: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

August 31, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

As a federal judge temporarily blocked Texas from enforcing Senate Bill 4 (S.B. 4)–a measure that mandates Texas operate under Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) law and bans sanctuary cities–VICE News examines the controversial law and what it might tell us about the Trump administration’s plans for immigration policy.

In Crosby, Tex., two blasts rocked a chemical plant left without power by floodwaters. Plant officials say more fires and explosions could happen.

FARC has announced that it will launch a political party Friday. VICE News takes us behind the scenes with FARC as they prepare for the launch and hear how they plan to convince Colombians that they are a credible alternative to traditional politicians.

Plus, Grizzly Bear breaks down Neighbors, a song from their album, Painted Ruins, which came out Aug 18th.

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Duterte’s Test & Going Home After Harvey: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

August 30, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

As the Philippines Senate resumes hearings into anti-drug killings, VICE News examines whether the shooting of a teenage boy by police will be a turning point in President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs.

VICE News visits shelters harboring people rescued from the floods after Harvey.

A profile of 13-year old Abigail who works on a corn farm, removing the tops of corn in order to control pollination.

Plus, a visual experience that allows audiences to listen to an earthquake and Trump’s move to push tax overhaul.

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The Harvey Aftershock & Spain’s Uber War: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

August 29, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News covers the aftermath of Harvey, with over 30,000 residents forced from their homes, many relying on on a flood insurance program that may not be ready to help them.

As Bernie Sanders experiences renewed relevancy in the Trump era and releases a new book, ‘The Bernie Sanders Guide to Political Revolution: A Guide for the Next Generation’. Plus, the impact of Apple opening up its devices to AR app developers and the Spanish taxi driver waging war on Uber in a European court battle.

For this week’s new music critic, Big Boi reviews new music in his debut installment of Music Critic.

This segment originally aired August 29, 2017, on VICE News Tonight on HBO.

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Trump Pardons Arpaio & Harvey Floods Houston: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the August 28, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

President Trump defends his pardon of Joe Arpaio. In the wake of his most recent tweets on the transgender military ban, we spoke to one trans soldier on the ban’s implications.

Then, VICE News follows one of Alaska’s few certified veterinary pathologists as she examines the bodies of dead wildlife across the state. Plus, how emergency services and communities are responding to Hurricane Harvey’s devastating floods.

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RAW: Massive fire breaks out at chemical plant in Texas (AERIAL)

Towering flames and clouds of black smoke have overtaken much of the Arkema chemical plant in Crosby, Texas, after extensive flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey forced an evacuation of the facility.

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Port Arthur residents slowly head home after devastating Harvey

A week after a Category Four storm lashed southeast Texas, Port Arthur residents are struggling to get back on their feet. Two days after having been hoisted out of rising floodwaters by a rescue helicopter, Tobias James has now returned home and despite the mess and two ruined cars, is glad his family is safe.