How ICE May Be Helping Spread Coronavirus

VICE News Tonight examines how ICE has likely contributed to spreading COVID-19 within the detention system.

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Rent Strikes are Growing Across the Country

Edwin Mantanico didn’t pay rent in April. He doesn’t plan to pay rent in May, either. He rents an apartment in LA’s Boyle Heights with his family, which was expensive to begin with. Now, with both him and his wife out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s unsustainable.

“I have to choose between paying rent or buying food for my family,” he said.

That’s the framing Mantanico’s organization, the LA Tenants Union, has used for recent protests targeting elected officials in California: Comida Sí, Renta No — yes to food, no to rent. It’s one of several groups around the country organizing rent strikes with the goal of forcing politicians to take drastic action to forestall the looming housing crisis.

Many cities and states have offered basic protections to tenants, including putting a pause on most evictions and, in the case of Los Angeles, offering tenants a grace period of one year to pay back rent after the crisis. But rent strikers say that’s not enough, warning of a flood of evictions and working families saddled with unmanageable debt once lockdowns are lifted. They say there’s only one solution: Forgive rent payments altogether.

VICE News Tonight spoke to striking tenants, politicians, and landlords about the growing movement to cancel the rent.

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April 1, 2020 | VICE News Tonight Remote Full Episode

VICE News Tonight is, like many of you, working remotely! Check out our latest episode of VICE News Tonight, where we interview a doctor who believes he was fired for raising concerns about protecting healthcare workers during the Covid-19 crisis.

VICE NEWS TONIGHT REMOTE will air at 11PM ET/PT Monday through Thursday on VICE TV.

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The Allure of Columbine Fandom

Shortly before the 20th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting, an 18-year-old named Sol Pais sent much of the United States into a panic.

Without telling anyone her plans, Pais had flown from her home in Miami to Denver, where she bought a shotgun and then disappeared. When the FBI learned about her obsession with Columbine, it launched a manhunt involving more than 20 federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. Hundreds of schools closed, affecting more than 500,000 students. Pais’s picture was all over the news, which described her as “armed and dangerous.”

All of it — the manhunt, the school closures, the wall-to-wall coverage on local and national TV — was for naught. Law enforcement and the media had fundamentally misunderstood the story of Sol Pais: She never made any explicit threats, nor was there any indication that she intended to cause harm to others. That misunderstanding was based on a deeper failure to comprehend what drives young people to become fixated with the Columbine massacre — and what lies at the root of school shootings themselves.

In the third and final installment of UNSAFE: Learning from America’s School Shootings, VICE News Tonight explores one of the stranger and lesser known dimensions of Columbine’s legacy.

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This Woman Survived a Mass Shooting and Is Working to Prevent the next One

On March 21, 2005, a 16-year-old student opened fire inside a high school on the Red Lake Indian reservation in northern Minnesota. He then killed himself in front of multiple students and a teacher. The rampage left ten people dead, including the shooter.

The Red Lake school shooting has been largely eclipsed by the many that have taken place since. But survivors of the massacre believe there are lessons to be drawn from it. “Once someone shows up to your school with a gun, you’re done with [prevention],” said Missy Dodds, a math teacher who survived the Red Lake shooting and is now a school safety advocate. “You are strictly moving into the mitigation and response phases of trying to keep your body count low.”

Dodds has teamed up with Jillian Peterson and James Densley, researchers in Minneapolis-St. Paul who compiled the most comprehensive database of mass shooters to date. Peterson and Densley found that 95 percent of mass shooters in schools are suicidal. They believe this finding should reorient the way we approach violence prevention in schools. “If a student says, ‘I’m going to kill everyone tomorrow,’ it’s an automatic police response: expel, suspend… a big, punitive response,” said Densley. “If that same student said, ‘I’m going to kill myself tomorrow,’ we would respond totally differently.”

In the second of three installments in UNSAFE: Learning from America’s School Shootings, VICE News Tonight revisits a forgotten tragedy and the people trying to learn from it.

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Here’s How Florida Is Trying to Prevent the next School Shooting

In the last two years, the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office has arrested dozens of children for making threats of violence in schools. Some were as young as 11 years old, and many were charged with felonies. “There’s nothing wrong with going for a ride in the back of a police car and understanding what you did is wrong,” Sheriff Mike Chitwood told VICE News.

Volusia County’s zero-tolerance policy is emblematic of the law-and-order approach Florida has adopted to prevent school shootings. The Republican-controlled legislature received extensive media coverage for its willingness to enact gun control measures after the shooting. But the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act included many more provisions, including a mandate to have an armed guard in every school.

Juvenile justice advocates have criticized the bill for emphasizing physical security at the expense of mental health. The ACLU of Florida points out that the state allocates more than twice as much money per student for the former than the latter.

“When law enforcement comes into schools, especially under-resourced schools, there’s no one else to call when a kid is in a fight or having a meltdown,” said Michelle Morton of the ACLU of Florida. “And the only tools they have are handcuffs, pepper spray, tasers, and guns.”

In the first of three installments of UNSAFE: Learning from America’s School Shootings, VICE News Tonight visits Florida two years after Parkland to examine the state’s approach to preventing school shootings.

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VICE News Tonight: Coming Soon To VICE TV

VICE’s flagship nightly news show VICE News Tonight will premiere Wednesday, March 4 at 8:00PM ET/PT in a new hour-long live format on VICE TV.

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8Chan: Hate and the Internet (Trailer) | VICE News Tonight on HBO Special Report

How did 8chan become a place where nazis thrive, mass shooters post their manifestos, and users celebrate those shooters in real-time?

On a VICE News Tonight special report, Elle Reeve meets the man who created it. He says “it should never come back.”

Watch it tonight at 7:30 PM EST on HBO.

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Taken By ISIS: A VICE News Tonight Special Report (Trailer)

What would you do if your children were being held by ISIS? How far would you go to get them back? On a special episode of VICE News Tonight, we follow one father’s unrelenting journey.

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Roxane Gay’s Book Club: The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead

Here’s some amazing news: Roxane Gay has a book club.

This time, we’re talking Colson Whitehead’s new book “The Nickel Boys” with Mira Jacob, Mike Eagle and Debbie Millman

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Migrants at the Border Feel They Have No Choice But to Enter the U.S. Illegally (HBO)

EL PASO, Texas — In the two hours before sunset on a recent afternoon, Border Patrol agents working the line between Ciudad Juárez and El Paso saw more than 100 migrants step over the Rio Grande and into the United States.

They were nearly all families traveling together from Central America seeking asylum, and they crossed in groups ranging from six people to 40. When they spotted Border Patrol vehicles, they calmly walked over to turn themselves in — the first step to requesting asylum for those who enter the country illegally.

Carlos, a migrant from Honduras who crossed the border carrying a pale and coughing toddler, said he had initially planned to cross legally through an official port of entry. But out of the tens of thousands of people waiting, the U.S. allows in only a small percentage of asylum seekers on any given day.

“The truth is that my son couldn’t wait,” said Carlos. “He is very sick.”

The number of people found crossing the border illegally has shot up dramatically since the beginning of the year. In April, according to data released last week by CBP, the number nearly hit 100,000 — the highest it’s been in 12 years.

That’s as clear an indication as possible that the Trump administration’s strategy to deter Central American asylum seekers — which includes metering at ports of entry, expanded detention, and forcing families back to Mexico to wait out their asylum cases — has failed. VICE News went to the border to find out why.

This segment originally aired May 15, 2019, on VICE News Tonight on HBO.

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The Sheriffs Refusing To Enforce Washington State’s New Gun Law (HBO)

From his temporary office in the basement of the Klickitat County Courthouse, Sheriff Bob Songer is carrying out a provocative mission: he’s refusing to enforce a new Washington State gun control law.

The law, Initiative 1639, raises the age to purchase a semi-automatic rifle to 21, expands background checks, and adds new rules for the safe storage of firearms. Some of its provisions went into effect on January 1st; the rest are supposed to start in July.

But Songer says the law is unconstitutional — and he insists he won’t carry it out, nor, as an elected sheriff, should he be obligated to.

“Even if it was a legal law, you have discretionary power,” Songer tells VICE News Tonight. “There is no other law enforcement official in the entire United States except a sheriff is elected to office by the people.”

Songer is a leading figure in a movement that’s become the go-to response to new gun-control laws: law enforcement officials declaring their counties “sanctuaries” for gun rights. So far, more than 100 counties in at least seven states have made the move. In Washington alone, more than twenty sheriffs have said that they will follow Songer’s lead.

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson thinks a lot of that is bluster. But he’s also taking steps to ensure the law is fully enforced.

“We’ve had a death penalty in our state for many, many years,” Ferguson says. “I’m personally quite opposed the death penalty. But my office helps defend death penalty cases across the state.”

In February, Ferguson sent an open letter to sheriffs across the state warning them that their counties’s residents could face civil penalties or liability if the law is not enforced. Earlier this month, he penned another letter reminding gun shops that they must follow the new law, regardless of what their local sheriff tells them.

“To me where I draw the line is what’s discretionary and what’s not,” Ferguson said. “You will see in the state 18 year olds, 19 year olds, and 20 year olds can no longer purchase AR-15s. That’s going to happen. Period. You will see in the state enhanced background checks done for semiautomatic weapons. Effective July 1 that’s going to happen. Period.”

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O’Rourke Campaign Craze & Russian Cowboys: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the November 1, 2018 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

2:11 Trump is unleashing a blast of pre-midterm falsehoods, and the Republican establishment is going along

7: 52 Across the country, Beto O’Rourke fans are gathering to raise money and support the campaign. But these are not his constituents. They don’t live in Texas and can’t vote there. So why bother going through all the trouble, when it doesn’t even look good for Beto to pull out a win in Texas?

11:55 Democrats desperately want Beto O’Rourke to win but the reality is that Texas is probably a ways away from turning blue. We get a reality check from James Carville on what it would take for it to go blue THIS year. (It won’t.)

14:37 Being a cowboy wasn’t even a job in Russia 10 years ago. Today, there are 1,000 of them

19:43 VICE News breaks down the elements that make Post Malone’s music so damn catchy.

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Pittsburgh Massacre Mourning & A Migrant Motel: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the October 29, 2018 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

1:44 Sunday’s synagogue shooter was well known on Gab. VICE News talks about the role corporations have had in responding to the issue of hate-filled loner shootings when policy seems resistant to change.

4:40 VICE News spoke with Eric Holder about the mail bomber, redistricting and more.

9:33 Advocacy groups in Texas and Arizona are struggling to deal with an overflow of migrants at the US-Mexico border. According to the White House, the border patrol apprehended 16,658 people crossing illegally in September—a record total for one month.

14:15 Young Brazilians don’t remember military rule — so they elected someone who wants to revive it

18:26 In the wake of the shooting massacre at a Pittsburgh synagogue, there is one place of worship that knows the exact horror of an assault in the midst of prayer: Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

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2 Guys From Brooklyn Went To Syria To Fight ISIS. Now They’re Back (HBO)

Christopher is a former bike racer and photographer currently working as a metalworker in Brooklyn. His roommate, Chris, works as a theatre director. It’s a big change from a year ago, when both of them were in Syria, fighting the Islamic State as part of a Kurdish militia.

One year ago the U.S.-backed Syrian Defense Forces (SDF), finished a four month campaign to push ISIS out of its Syrian capital, Raqqa. Official American involvement in Raqqa was limited to airstrikes and small teams of elite special forces troops. But the YPG, a socialist Kurdish militia, didn’t have the same limitations, drawing hundreds of foreign, less-than-experienced fighters to its ranks.

Signing up was easy — both men found applications on Google. That’s also how they met, while fighting for the YPG, and they were there on the day Raqqa officially changed hands. (After hearing rumors that ISIS had placed a bounty on the heads of foreign fighters, Chris and Christopher requested to be identified only by their first names or Kurdish noms de guerre.)

“Most of the time it was super boring,” said Christopher. Chris says he read the “whole cannon” of Shakespeare during his time in Syria.

And like many foreign fighters, Chris decided to hide his involvement in the Syrian war, avoiding social media, and only telling close friends and family where he was. Christopher, on the other hand, took a slightly different approach, building a small Instagram following, where he posted updates from the battle in Raqqa and propagandized in support of Kurdish revolutionaries.

VICE News Tonight met Christopher and Chris in New York to ask what exactly compelled them to run off to Syria to fight for the Kurdish cause.

This segment originally aired October 17, 2018 on VICE News Tonight on HBO.

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These Brooklynites Went To Fight ISIS In Syria. Now, They’re Back. (HBO)

Christopher is a former bike racer, photographer who’s now a metalworker. Chris, his roommate in Brooklyn, New York, is a theatre director.

But a year ago they took a break from their jobs and went to Syria, to fight the Islamic State.

Despite the thousands of ISIS fighters that foreign recruits, official American involvement in Raqqa was limited to airstrikes and small teams of elite special forces troops. But the YPG, a socialist Kurdish militia that dominated the SDF coalition, also drew hundreds of foreign, less experienced fighters. The two Brooklynites, Christopher and Chris, met while fighting for the YPG and were there on the day Raqqa officially changed hands.

Before traveling to Syria, Christopher spent most of his time with bikes, racing and fixing them, while Chris dedicated himself to Shakespearean theatre. Like many foreign fighters, Chris decided to hide his involvement in the Syrian war, avoiding social media, and only telling close friends and family where he was.Christopher, on the other hand, built a small Instagram following where he posted updates from the battle in Raqqa and propagandized in support of Kurdish revolutionaries.

VICE News Tonight met Christopher and Chris, in New York, to ask what compelled them to fight for the Kurdish cause.

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Roseanne Barr Reflects On Life After “Roseanne” (HBO)

Brooklyn, NY (October 16, 2018) – In an new, exclusive interview with VICE News Tonight on HBO, Roseanne Barr, creator of the ‘Roseanne’ show, opens up about her life since she was fired by ABC after making racist comments on Twitter about former aide to President Obama, Valerie Jarrett.

After being fired from the award-winning sitcom that she created based off her life in 1988, Roseanne brings VICE News Tonight on HBO inside her home for an intimate look at how she’s been spending her time: organizing photos, sleeping, smoking, and more.

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The Secrets of Making a Great Movie Trailer

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She’s Running Part 2 (Trailer) | VICE News Tonight Special (HBO)

“Oh shit, that’s our first negative mailer.”

“Are we now free to light his ass up?”

This is what it’s really like to run for Congress in 2018.

Watch the second part of our special report, “She’s Running,” next Thursday at 7:30PM EDT on VICE News Tonight on HBO

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Shane Smith Interviews Benjamin Netanyahu: VICE News Tonight on HBO (Preview)

This is the first time Israel has put the Iranian drone they shot down in February on full display.

See @shanesmith30’s interview with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) on VICE News Tonight on @HBO at 7:30PM EST.

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Inside The Killing Rooms Of Mosul: VICE News Tonight (Preview)

Warning: graphic images

In March, VICE returned to Mosul for the first time since the war against ISIS was declared over eight months ago.

While life may be returning to normal in the eastern half of the city, on the other side of the river — where the fighting was most intense — the scale of rebuilding that needs to be done is monumental. It’s estimated there are still eight million tons of conflict debris that need to be moved before reconstruction can start, equivalent to three times the size of the Great Pyramid of Egypt. Seventy-five percent of that rubble is in West Mosul, and it’s mixed with so much unexploded ordnance that hazard disposal experts say this is now the most contaminated spot on the planet.

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Sacramento Police Shooting & Russian Mall Fire: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the March 29, 2018 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

3:38 Newly minted Sacramento police chief Daniel Hahn is the city’s first African-American police chief. After 22-year-old Stephon Clark was gunned down by Sacramento police officers, Hahn’s leadership has been put to the test.

7:57 On April 2nd, Oklahoma public school teachers plan to protest budget cuts with a statewide walkout. VICE News speaks to lawmakers about the viability of their demands, and visits with the Bartlesville School District to see their grassroots organizing in action.

14:27 VICE News visits the Siberian city of Kemerovo where a deadly blaze at a mall killed 64 people on Sunday, 41 of them children.

17:35 VICE News examines Trumps new VA Secretary Admiral Ronny Jackson

19:58 Jeff Goldblum fact checks the internet on Jeff Goldblum, for VICEpedia. Goldblum stars in Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs, opening wide April 6.

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Vegan Football Team & Brexit In Shabbles: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the March 28, 2018 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

3:57 Gerrymandering was used for decades to strip black voters of their legal rights. But it’s used widely by the party in power in the state. The Supreme Court is taking on a gerrymandering case right now.

7:32 Zach Wurtz is a tracker–an operative paid by political campaigns to attend and record opponents’ public events, allowing clients to find flaws and weak points. He tells VICE News how it all works.

13:33 A year ago today, Britain pulled the Brexit trigger, giving notice to the EU that it was going to leave, in the form of Article 50. Exactly one year from today – at midnight on 29 March 2019 to be precise – Britain will officially separate from the EU

17: 24 Last week, China said it’s already met its emissions target for 2020. But if China is doing so well, how did 2017 become the year with the most emissions ever?

18:55 As well as installing solar panels, electric car charging points and unveiling plans for an entirely wooden stadium, the “Green Devils” soccer team also have another distinction: they’re completely vegan.

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Gamers On A Train & Russia’s Shadow War: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the March 27, 2018 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

3:45 In the wake of Larry Nassar’s conviction for repeated sexual abuse, several gymnasts have come forward to describe their experiences training at the Karolyi Ranch in Texas. VICE News spoke to Mattie Larson, a one-time Olympic hopeful who quit to escape the USAG system.

12:30 A glimpse into Russia’s shadowy ground war in Syria has emerged after as many as 300 private military contractors were reported killed or wounded in a U.S. airstrike last month. Wives and widows of the victims have received little in the way of official confirmation. That’s being most keenly found in towns like Abest, in central Russia, where many of the military contractors departed from, and didn’t return.

17:17 Train Jam is a collection of 350 designers, artists, musicians, and coders traveling via Amtrak to the Game Developers Conference and creating games. They have only 52 hours to make a video game from scratch. Vice News joins them on one leg of their journey to watch as they make games.

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The Saudi Bomb Campaign & Oklahoma Teacher Strikes: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the March 26, 2018 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

3:44 Teachers in Oklahoma have gone more than ten years without a raise. They’ve given state legislators until April 2 to strike a deal.

9:32 n a tweetstorm last July, Trump announced a blanket ban on transgender people serving in the military. Guidelines for implementing the policy are now public. And it’s anything but coherent policy.

13: 32 Houthi Rebels rally to mark three-years since start of Saudi-led bombing campaign. At least one in three Saudi-led coalition air raids hit civilian targets such as schools, hospitals, markets and mosque in Yemen.

18:09 This past Saturday, hundreds of thousands around the country gathered to participate in the March for Our Lives. VICE News followed students from Chicago as they traveled to Washington, D.C. to march against gun violence.

22:46 Rest in peace, Linda Brown, the woman at the center of the historic Brown v. Board of Education case

23:35 Yo La Tengo is back again to review new music for VICE News.

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