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  • Out of Control: Ukraine's Rogue Militias
    Out of Control: Ukraine's Rogue Militias In 2014, Ukraine was under siege and the military was unprepared. Desperate, the government urged anyone to get to the front and fight the Russian-backed separatists. As the war drags on, Ukraine claims their military is now in control and the volunteers have all been disbanded. But we tracked down some rogue volunteers still out there fighting, not prepared to hand over their weapons anytime soon.

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  • The Craziest Hippie Festival in the Jungle
    The Craziest Hippie Festival in the Jungle Not satisfied with the traditional festival mission of getting off your nut, there is a new wave of event which claims to transform your body and soul.

    VICE's Amelia Dimoldenberg is invited deep into the jungles of Costa Rica to attend Envision Festival, on a quest to rid herself of her chronic awkwardness and open her third eye through bitcoin conferences, Buddhist drum circles and vaginal eggs.

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  • Why people are buying cartoon cats on the blockchain
    Why people are buying cartoon cats on the blockchain Forget cryptocurrencies. These are cryptocollectibles.

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    Every time you send something on the internet, it’s a copy. But using new technology, can we make digital goods that are... rare?

    That’s the question behind CryptoKitties, a new game to buy, breed, and sell digital cats on the blockchain. These cats are more similar to real-world collectibles like beanie babies or baseball cards than they are to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ethereum.

    In just the last few months, a whole community of third party sites and services has formed around CryptoKitties. And fans have spent more than $23 million playing along.

    All of this is made possible by the clever and surprising code behind the game.

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  • The Story of the Biggest Sports Stadium Hit: "Kernkraft 400" by Zombie Nation
    The Story of the Biggest Sports Stadium Hit: "Kernkraft 400" by Zombie Nation Zombie Nation’s “Kernkraft 400” is one of the biggest dance music songs of all time, a mainstay at clubs and stadiums across the globe. But the version you know—with a driving, four-to-the-floor beat and a chanting crowd in the background—wasn’t even made by the DJ who wrote it.

    Through a series of miscommunications, remixes, and bad deals, the original “Kernkraft 400” morphed into something DJ/Producer Florian Senfter couldn’t stand. But the bastardization made him famous, sending him on tours around the world, and giving his song an audience of millions who would recognize the melody anywhere.

    VICE met up with Senfter to hear the story of how a fluke remix to his song wound up reaching the top of the charts—whether he liked it or not.

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  • Monogamy, explained
    Monogamy, explained Here it is! Episode 1 of our new show on Netflix: Explained. There's two more at http://www.netflix.com/explained right now & new episodes every Wednesday.

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    In 2016, more than 2.2 million couples got married in America, but more than 800,000 got divorced. Cheating and breakups cause grief and heartache every day. Yet some historians and evolutionary biologists say monogamy is a relatively new, self-imposed system. Their evidence suggests humans lived without it for more than 250,000 years. And we only started marrying for love in the 1700s.

    So if monogamy is so hard, why do most of us, all around the world, make it a central goal of our lives?

    Vox tackled this question in the first episode of our new show with Netflix, Explained, which premieres today! We’ll have new episodes every Wednesday, on topics ranging from monogamy to gene editing to the racial wealth gap to K-pop and more. If you like our videos, then you’ll love this show; it’s our most ambitious video project to date.

    To watch, search “Explained” on Netflix or go to Netflix.com/explained. Click the “My List” button to make sure you don’t miss an episode!

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  • Explained | A new series from Netflix + Vox
    Explained | A new series from Netflix + Vox If you like our channel, then you’ll love this: Netflix + Vox. New episodes, every Wednesday, Starting May 23rd. To make sure you don’t miss it, go to netflix.com/explained and click “+My List.”

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  • Why it's not a British royal wedding without fancy hats
    Why it's not a British royal wedding without fancy hats Fantastical fascinators at royal weddings are part of the social fabric of British culture.

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    It’s a busy time for the British royal family as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prepare to tie the knot. And like any guest in attendance of a wedding, you’ll need to dress for the occasion. And one thing that literally stands out at British royal weddings are the hats and fascinators adorning guests’ noggins.

    While hats have fallen out of style for everyday fashion, they have remained as tradition at fancy shindigs like royal weddings, horse races, and other British formal occasions.

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  • The Invincible ‘Super Rats’ Genetically Resistant to Poison
    The Invincible ‘Super Rats’ Genetically Resistant to Poison For decades, setting traps and deploying poison did the trick when it came to getting rid of rats. But after years of city life, some of the rodents have begun to genetically mutate, developing a resistance to poison and a gift for outsmarting traps. These “super rats” are on the rise in metropolitan areas the world over— and without a surefire way to catch them, they’re getting smarter, stronger, and larger in number every day.

    On this episode of ‘PEST KINGDOM,’ VICE Japan sat down with a handful of experts studying super rats to hear exactly how the rodents got so strong, and find out what—if anything—can be done to get them under control.

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  • The royal weddings that shaped European history
    The royal weddings that shaped European history To Queen Victoria, marriages were about strategic alliances.

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    This video was produced in collaboration between Vox and BBCThree.

    Over the course of her 63-year reign, Queen Victoria strategically planned marriages to place her descendants in royal families all over Europe. In doing so, she created one of the most remarkable royal families in history.

    By the early 19th century, Europe had been at war for decades. After the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars killed millions, European leaders came together to restore peace by reshaping major states for a new balance of power. Great Britain went on to become one of the strongest states. And years later, Queen Victoria and her husband Albert came up with a plan to maintain that political power — they married their children to monarchs across Europe. By the 1880s Queen Victoria’s children were in several important branches of Europe’s monarchies.

    The royal unions didn't play out as Queen Victoria planned, but she continued to make more matches anyway. She had 42 grandchildren, and these 7 ended up on royal thrones. Her grandchildren would end up on the thrones of Britain, Russia, Germany, Romania, Norway, and Spain leading up to the most destructive war Europe had ever seen.

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  • Why Israelis and Palestinians both claim Jerusalem
    Why Israelis and Palestinians both claim Jerusalem The U.S. embassy to Israel has moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Here's how this sacred city factors into a conflict 70 years old.

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    When President Trump's administration announced the move in 2017, it also officially recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital. And while Israeli leaders celebrated, Palestinians denounced the move.

    That's because both Israelis and Palestinians consider Jerusalem as their rightful capital. Jerusalem is home to important holy sites for all the Abrahamic religions, and so it has become a critical bargaining chip in the ongoing discussion between the two sides.

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  • The Story of "End of Ze World"
    The Story of "End of Ze World" Hokay, so.

    What began as a simple flash video would become one of the earliest viral internet videos ever created. Jason Windsor’s ‘The End of the World’ (or “End of Ze World” as it quickly became known) was never meant to end up on the internet, until Jason discovered someone else posted it to eBaum's World one day in 2003.

    Since, it’s made its way to YouTube and around the web, gaining millions of views and creating catchphrases that have become apart of internet slang well before the rise of the hashtag. VICE meets up with Jason to hear his story behind creating ‘The End of the World’ and the sequel 15-years in the making: “End of Ze World.. Probably for Real this Time.”

    Ze End!

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    End of Ze World - The 2003 ORIGINAL — https://youtu.be/enRzYWcVyAQ

    END OF ZE WORLD ...PROBABLY FOR REAL THIS TIME" — https://youtu.be/MEEj62ZqFYo

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  • How British royals plan a wedding
    How British royals plan a wedding Royal weddings are way more complicated than ours.

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    Planning a wedding can be chaotic – from the guest list to the location to choosing the perfect dress. But imagine a wedding is exponentially grander and larger, a wedding that millions around the world tune in to watch and hundreds of thousands celebrate on the streets. That’s a royal wedding. On May 19, British royal Prince Harry and American actor Meghan Markle will say “I will” at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in England. Here are all the preparations needed to get them to the altar.

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  • The Indonesian Teenagers Competing in Illegal Drag Races
    The Indonesian Teenagers Competing in Illegal Drag Races Motorcycles rule the streets of Indonesia. By day, the bikes zip through Jakarta, ferrying residents to and from work—but by night, the roads give way to the underground world of illegal street racing. Kids as young as 12 compete in the high-speed sprints, where riders can make a small fortune off a single race. The rewards are great, but the risks are just as high: Flying down roads at breakneck speeds, one, small mistake can cost a “speed jockey” their life.

    On this episode of ‘VICE INTL,’ VICE Indonesia went inside Jakarta’s dangerous, high-stakes street racing scene. We met up with a 16-year-old rising star to hear how he got involved, talked to the cops cracking down on illegal drag racing, and checked out a sprint ourselves—watching as two teenagers faced off for more cash than most Indonesians make in a month.

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  • The sound that connects Stravinsky to Bruno Mars
    The sound that connects Stravinsky to Bruno Mars It’s an 1980s pop music cliche that dates back to 1910.

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    If you listen to the first few seconds of Bruno Mars’ “Finesse” (hint: listen to the Cardi B remix) you’ll hear a sound that immediately creates a sense of 80s hip-hop nostalgia. Yes, Cardi B’s flow is very Roxanne Shante, but the sound that drives that nostalgia home isn’t actually from the 1980s.

    Robert Fink and the inventor of the Fairlight CMI, Peter Vogel, help me tell the story of the orchestra hit - a sound that was first heard in 1910 at the Paris Opera where the famed 20th century Russian composer Stravinsky debuted his first hit, The Firebird.

    The video above is, in short, a history of the original orchestra hit sample from The Firebird Suite to the 1982 hit “Planet Rock” to “Finesse.” And as a treat, here’s a playlist of way more songs with orchestra hits than you probably wanted.  

    Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/estellecaswell/playlist/53plZYDXbG2GooieYDV7fs?si=PnXiBWLjRnWLTO46hY-F_A

    Fairlight CMI app: Peter Vogel CMI by Peter Vogel Instruments Pty Ltdhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/peter-vogel-cmi/id420212505?mt=8

    Robert Fink's paper: https://www.jstor.org/stable/3877522?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

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  • Why Stradivarius violins are worth millions
    Why Stradivarius violins are worth millions Many musicians prefer these 300-year-old instruments, but are they actually worth it?

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    Antonio Stradivari is generally considered the greatest violin maker of all time. His violins are played by some of the top musicians in the world and sell for as much as $16 million. For centuries people have puzzled over what makes his violins so great and they are the most scientifically studied instruments in history. I spoke to two world class violinists who play Stradivarius violins as well as a violin-maker about what makes Stradivari so great.

    Special thanks to Stefan Avalos for the Stradivari research footage.

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  • The big problem with comparing Trump to Nixon
    The big problem with comparing Trump to Nixon Donald Trump may look a lot like Richard Nixon right now. But there is one glaring difference between these two men’s presidencies: Fox News.

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    Trump and Nixon are similar in a lot of ways: they both faced major FBI investigations, were accused of obstructing justice, lashed out at the media, and oozed raw sexual charisma. Some pundits look at those similarities and assert that, like Nixon, Trump will also face impeachment.

    But Nixon never had Fox News. As trust in mainstream media has collapsed over the past 40 years, the amount of conservative media has exploded. And sources like Fox News have spent months casting doubt on the FBI and the Mueller special investigation.

    Without a uniting narrative in the media, it’s unlikely Trump will face impeachment or that Republicans in Congress will be the ones to hold the president accountable for his actions, regardless of what Mueller ultimately finds.

    On Strikethrough, Vox producer Carlos Maza explores the challenges facing the news media in the age of Trump. Follow Carlos on Facebook for more: https://www.facebook.com/CarlosMazaVox

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  • Meet the Kittens of Cat Girl Manor
    Meet the Kittens of Cat Girl Manor Isibella Antoinette has always been a cat person—just not in the way you might think. She’s part of a thriving subculture of BDSM called kitten play, a role-playing fetish that involves donning cat ears, fluffy tails, and living out your sexual fantasies as a feline. Looking to build a safe space for women who love kitten play as much as she does, she opened up the Chateau, a mansion in Colorado that’s a haven for anyone who wants to explore the fetish free of judgment.

    On this episode of ‘The VICE Guide to Sex,’ we toured the Chateau to meet the girls who live there, see what a kitten play party looks like, and talk to Isibella about what the space means to her.

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  • The 'duck curve' is solar energy's greatest challenge
    The 'duck curve' is solar energy's greatest challenge Renewables require change in the energy supply chain.

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    Electricity is incredibly difficult to store, so grid operators have to generate it at the exact moment it is demanded. In order to do this, they create incredibly accurate models of the total electric loads, that is how much energy will be consumed on a given day. But as utilities started to produce more energy from renewable sources like solar, the models started to shift as well.

    California researchers discovered a peculiarity in their state’s electric load curves, that started to look more and more like a duck. And that duck shaped chart highlights the greatest challenge to solar energy growth in the US.

    Vox writer David Roberts has been covering the issue for a few years now. You can read some of his past explainers on the duck curve, and its solutions at the links below:

    https://www.vox.com/energy-and-environment/2018/3/20/17128478/solar-duck-curve-nrel-researcher

    https://www.vox.com/2016/2/10/10960848/solar-energy-duck-curve

    https://www.vox.com/2016/4/8/11376196/california-grid-expansion

    https://www.vox.com/2016/2/12/10970858/flattening-duck-curve-renewable-energy

    And if you would like to read some of the source material used in the video above, you can check those out here: https://www.caiso.com/documents/flexibleresourceshelprenewables_fastfacts.pdf https://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy16osti/65023.pdf

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  • How to Make a $10k Pair of Shoes from Scratch: The Shoe Surgeon
    How to Make a $10k Pair of Shoes from Scratch: The Shoe Surgeon Dominic Chambrone aka 'The Shoe Surgeon' is one of the most well-known creators in the custom sneaker world. What began as a humble shoemaking hobby has turned into a full-time career. Relocating to LA, Dom opened up his Surgeon Studios HQ, where he creates and collabs on custom sneakers from Pizza Hut and Ebay to celebrities such as DJ Khaled and Lebron James. He's opened up a school to help train the next generation of custom sneaker creators.

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  • Trump quits Iran nuclear deal, undoing years of diplomacy
    Trump quits Iran nuclear deal, undoing years of diplomacy Why Trump hates the deal, what he wants, and how we got here.

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    Trump has been saying he wants to exit the Iran nuclear deal for a long time, a deal that has so far prevented Iran from developing nuclear weapons. And now that he has, decades of negotiations could unravel, with far-reaching consequences for the US foreign policy.

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  • Hunting a Serial Cat Murderer
    Hunting a Serial Cat Murderer In 2015, Tony Jenkins, one half of South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty (SNARL) began noticing reports of cat mutilations in and around Croydon, London. Following the scent, he and his partner Boudicca Rising unearthed a shocking history of animals deaths which would lead to a nationwide hunt for what it thought to be the UK’s first serial animal killer.

    Now with over 350 victims, the killer has been given many names: the Croydon Cat Killer, the M25 Animal Killer, the UK Animal Killer. The brutal “signature” display of the dismembered pets around the homes of their owners is a chilling indication of the killer’s intention to do harm to people as much as the animals.

    In an unlikely union between two renegade animal rights activists and the establishment, Tony and Boudicca are joined in following the trail of bodies by the RSPCA and the MET police. Together they balance the emotional demands of the case with the need for a clear minded approach to a bewildering and unrelenting string of attacks.

    With unprecedented access to the action as it unravels, “Catching a Cat Killer” goes to the heart of of a strange and chilling quest to end the killing spree

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  • Autonomous weapons could change battlefields of the future [Advertiser content from ICRC]
    Autonomous weapons could change battlefields of the future [Advertiser content from ICRC] Robots will fight the wars of tomorrow.

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    Artificial intelligence has already crept into cars, homes, and phones. It’s changed how nations communicate, and it can transform how they wage war. But do we want it to? Maybe not. Here’s the story of how autonomous weapons — those that can select and attack targets without human intervention — have been under development for decades.

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    Presidents give hundreds of speeches, but, for better or worse, Americans tend to remember just a few one-liners. For George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st US president, that line was his pledge at 1988 Republican National Convention when he accepted the nomination.

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    The crowd roared in approval, but their cheers were short lived. That’s because when Bush took over the Oval Office, he inherited the consequences of his predecessor Ronald Reagan’s supply-side or “trickle down” economics: massive budget deficits. And in 1990, Bush broke his promise and raised taxes.

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    On this episode of ‘VICE INTL,’ we met up with a group of fishermen on Ishigaki island in 2016 to find out why sharks are such an issue for them, hear how the program got started, and see what it takes to catch a shark firsthand—tagging along on their annual expedition to “exterminate” as many of the predators as they can.

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  • This anti-sex trafficking law could end internet freedom
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    President Trump recently signed into law a set of controversial bills intended to make it easier to cut down on illegal sex trafficking online. Both bills — the House bill known as FOSTA, the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act, and the Senate bill, SESTA, the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act — have been hailed by advocates as a victory for sex trafficking victims.

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  • Left Hook: Anti-Fascist Self Defense
    Left Hook: Anti-Fascist Self Defense Every week in a secret location in Brighton, a group of hunt saboteurs, antifascists, students and other left-wingers spend a few hours teaching each other how to defend themselves at anti-fascist demonstrations or when out sabotaging hunts.

    Left Hook is one of the longest running anti-fascist self defense clubs in the UK, taking inspiration from similar initiatives in Germany, Poland, Italy and Greece. Over the past few years other clubs have popped up across the country with similar missions - if you’re going to attend an anti-fascist demonstration, make sure you know how to protect yourself and others if confronted.

    Since the Brexit vote in 2016 there has been a dramatic rise in hate crime incidents and far-right terrorism, making the training taking place at Left Hook all the more necessary for those willing to stand against racism.

    Practicing a mix of boxing, Muay Thai and MMA techniques, Vice travelled down to Brighton to see the training firsthand and hear from those taking part.

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  • Why sports sound better in your living room
    Why sports sound better in your living room Audio engineers are the unsung heroes of the live sports broadcast.

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    We don’t often think about audio when we watch sports on TV, but it’s a huge part of the experience. We spoke with several A1 audio engineers who mix the sounds of sports to learn more about what it takes to capture the crack of the bat and the swish of the net.

    From the cadence of the quarterback to the sounds of skates on ice, audio mixers are tasked with getting microphones close enough to the action to gather the sounds but still out of the way of the players and the fans.

    Once the microphones are set up, they handle the stressful task of live mixing all the audio for the broadcast, so that we can hear the announcers and the sounds of the game, despite thousands of screaming fans and the PA system blaring music.

    In the end, if they do the job right, you’ll forget they exist.

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  • Becoming The Self-Proclaimed Bimbo Doll
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    We visit Alicia where she lives in Worthing, England, with her tattoo artist partner Roblake, to see what her daily life is like.

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    When 15-year-old Amber Yang first heard about space trash it gave her nightmares. How could such an imminent threat to space exploration be left on the back burner?

    After seeing videos with astronaut Scott Kelly, she decided to take matters into her own hands. Within a few years she consumed all the media she could on space debris, taught herself to code, and learned the ins and outs of astrophysics.

    By 18 she had developed an AI-based space debris tracking program that she claims is one of the most accurate in the world.

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    A recent federal indictment against 13 Russian individuals and three Russian companies gives us more information than ever about how exactly a Kremlin-linked organization went about meddling in the 2016 US election. Social media companies have begun to combat the problem. But the homegrown bitterness and hate that these Russian trolls are exploiting is a much harder phenomenon to cure.

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    Scientists are witnessing the upending of large parts of the Arctic ocean. As the sea ice recedes and temperatures rise, the warmer waters of the Atlantic are moving north and bringing with them new competitors that vie for the same rich resources. Journalist Eli Kintisch explores an ecosystem undergoing profound change.

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  • How IBM quietly pushed out 20,000 older workers
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    In a ProPublica feature that collected the stories of over 1,400 former IBM employees, it was estimated that a staggering 20,000 American employees ages 40 and over have been eliminated by the company. How does one of the country’s largest tech giants quietly push out this many older workers? Don’t we have laws to protect people at the end of their careers?

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  • How Parkland student David Hogg beats his critics
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    After surviving the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Hogg and his classmates became vocal activists in the fight for gun control. But that spotlight has made them prime targets for the right-wing smear machine: a collection of Fox News hosts like Laura Ingraham, conservative pundits, conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones, Twitter provocateurs, and YouTube commentators who piled on to the teens in the wake of the shooting.

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    We met up with ProVerde's CEO and founder Dorian Des Lauriers to hear how his lab tests weed in Massachusetts for harmful contaminants. Using mass spectrometers and powerful microscopes, ProVerde screens weed for bacteria and mycotoxins to make sure your weed is actually safe to smoke.

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    On this episode of 'Smokeables,' VICE's Trey Smith explains how you can cobble together your own DIY artisanal sploof using just a few household items, some sage, and crushed-up flower petals to get your home smelling just like "an artisan workplace with like a cool coffee shop in the back."

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  • Borders is back! Here's where we're going.
    Borders is back! Here's where we're going. I'm hitting the road again and want your ideas!

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    Vox Borders is an international documentary series that focuses on the human stories of some of the world's most interesting places. It started last year with six locations, and six docs. Check them out here: http://bit.ly/2H7Ttxv

    For season two, I'll be traveling to new places to tell similar stories. Hong Kong is my first stop where I'll be producing multiple shorter video docs on the local stories that need explaining.

    Vox Borders stories are always so much stronger when the community helps in the storytelling. To that end, I'm looking for locals from Hong Kong (or Macau) who want to help with the project. If you have local knowledge of Hong Kong, head to vox.com/borders-local to tell me more about yourself and how you'd like to contribute to the project. If you've been to Hong Kong and just want to contribute an idea, you can do that too.

    I'll be on the ground in Hong Kong in late May 2018. See you there!

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  • How to Make a Bong Out of a Potato Chip Can
    How to Make a Bong Out of a Potato Chip Can You can spend hundreds of dollars on a fancy vape, an ornate bong, or an intricate dab rig—but if you're looking to get high on the cheap, there are all kinds of DIY ways to make something you can smoke out of.

    On this episode of 'Smokeables,' VICE's Trey Smith shows you how to use a pen, duct tape, a TV cable, and a potato chip can to patch together a reliable bong in just a few minutes.

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  • How a warmer Arctic could intensify extreme weather
    How a warmer Arctic could intensify extreme weather Is there a link between the vanishing Arctic sea ice and extreme weather?

    Some prominent climate researchers think so. That’s because warming temperatures in the Arctic are altering the behavior of the polar jet stream, a high-altitude river of air that drives weather patterns across the globe. As the winds that propel the jet stream weaken, storms, droughts, and extreme heat and cold move over continents at slower rates, meaning bad weather can stick around for longer.

    Eli Kintisch reports aboard the Norwegian research vessel Helmer Hanssen about how changing conditions at the top of the world could be impacting weather far away.

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    Part 1 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msD4agiRTxM

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  • The Controversy at Chappaquiddick: Jason Clarke on Playing Ted Kennedy
    The Controversy at Chappaquiddick: Jason Clarke on Playing Ted Kennedy In 1969, Ted Kennedy drove his car off of a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island in Massachusetts, plummeting into a tidal channel below. He managed to escape the wreck alive, but, trapped inside the car, his passenger—Mary Jo Kopechne, a political strategist—died.

    The accident rocked the nation, and sent Kennedy's political career into chaos as he struggled to weather an exhaustive investigation. The recently-released film 'Chappaquiddick,' from director John Curran, takes an in-depth look at the crash, along with Kennedy's scramble to respond to the tragedy.

    On this episode of 'VICE Talks Film,' we sat down with Jason Clarke—who plays Kennedy—to hear what it was like to take on the role, and what he learned about the Chappaquiddick incident through his work on the film.

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  • Why Trump's "limited strike" on Syria probably won't work
    Why Trump's "limited strike" on Syria probably won't work Trump gave the same reason last year, and Assad’s use of chemical weapons hasn’t changed.

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    President Donald Trump’s limited strike on Syria in April is an established tactic among presidents — his predecessors from Obama through Reagan all used similar actions, with varying results.

    But limited strikes that accomplish all their goals are exceedingly rare — only about 6 percent can make that claim, according to research by expert Micah Zenko. Most strikes have mixed success, at best.

    For example: Trump’s justification for attacking Syria was to send a message about Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s use of chemical weapons. That’s the same justification he used when authorizing a limited strike on Syria one year earlier.

    Why do presidents even use limited strikes if they’re rarely effective? There is some logic to it. For one, they’re not very costly. But more importantly, these strikes generally don’t put US troops in harm's way. And well, politically, presidents have very little to lose by exercising the option.

    In fact, authorizing a limited strike can give the appearance of strength and decisiveness and can sometimes have a positive effect on approval, whether or not the strike actually achieves its intended goals.

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    How border walls disrupt nature The environmental impact of Trump's wall, explained.

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    Read more about the border wall's effect on wildlife here:

    https://www.vox.com/energy-and-environment/2017/4/10/14471304/trump-border-wall-animals

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    When we talk about the consequences of the proposed wall at the border of the US and Mexico, we usually think in terms of people. But along the political divide are rich pockets of biodiversity, with dwindling populations of species that rely on the ability to move back and forth across the border.

    Under the 2005 REAL ID act, the Department of Homeland Security doesn't have to comply with various environmental laws that might otherwise slow or halt construction in a sensitive area. Laws like the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water Act, the National Environmental Policy Act or the Migratory Bird Treaty Act — none of those apply to border wall construction.

    Several parcels of land, including the National Butterfly Center, a state park, and other areas in the federal wildlife refuge system — are still threatened by wall construction. It could still be years before construction starts in some of these areas — but there’s still a lot we don’t know about the full impact of barriers on biodiversity.

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  • The Rise of the Crisis Actor Conspiracy Movement
    The Rise of the Crisis Actor Conspiracy Movement Over the past 10 years, a growing online community of conspiracy theorists and hoaxers known as “truthers” has come to question the official narratives behind every mass shooting that is heavily covered by the media. A common thread in these theories is the government’s role in staging the tragedy with the help of mainstream news, in order to manipulate the general population. In this continuously recycled narrative, the death and destruction of the tragic event is faked, and victims and their families are “crisis actors,” who are performing a role in order to elicit sympathy that can then be used to advocate for new gun laws, or anti-terror surveillance that restricts Americans’ freedom. The commitment to these narratives has escalated to the point where victims are frequently harassed, mocked, and even threatened in retaliation for their supposed deception.

    We meet some of the proponents of false flag theories, including Side Thorn, a conspiracy theorist in Texas who has been confronting survivors of the Sutherland Springs mass shooting, as well as Tony Mead, administrator of the largest Facebook community dedicated to False Flag narratives, and Wolfgang Halbig, a former school administrator who made a name for himself with the claim that no one died at the Sandy Hook shooting. We also talk to people targeted by hoax theories, like Lenny Pozner whose son Noah was killed in the Sandy Hook shooting, David Hogg, who was accused of being a “crisis actor” for his calls for gun control after the mass shooting at his high school in Parkland, Florida, and Frank Pomeroy, whose daughter was killed in the Sutherland Springs shooting.

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    Why black Americans are getting less sleep How the sleep gap reflects inequality and contributes to it.

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    A good night’s rest is critical for your health, and a lot can go wrong when you don’t get enough it. Sleep deprivation can contribute to obesity, diabetes, inflammation, heart disease, and more. The minimum recommended amount for adults is 7 hours (this too can vary from person to person). But, a third of Americans are sleep deprived — and on average, Black Americans are clocking in the least amount of z’s.

    Black Americans already face steep disparities in health, and not getting enough good sleep can compound on those issues. By examining the sleep gap, and addressing the root causes, we may be able to tackle other inequalities in the US too.

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    How the Catholic Church censored the Golden Age of Hollywood For decades Hollywood studios needed to follow a strict set of moral guidelines if they wanted their movies to get made.

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    From 1934 to 1954 every Hollywood movie needed to follow a strict set of guidelines laid out by the Catholic church. They included such things as barring excessive drinking, on screen nudity, and even sexual relationships between races. Enforcement was overseen by the Production Code administration, which was led by Joseph Breen. In order to ensure that the production code was followed the Catholic Church founded the Legion of Decency, a group with millions of members that threatened to boycott any movie that didn’t adhere to the guidelines. For decades every line of dialogue needed to be approved by Breen and his administration, making him one of the most powerful people in the history of cinema.

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  • Sexual Exploitation of Young Refugees in Greece
    Sexual Exploitation of Young Refugees in Greece In 2015, Greece found itself on the frontline of the biggest refugee crisis since World War II and caught unprepared to receive record numbers of people. The EU shut its border to Greece in 2016 to prevent refugees from moving further up the continent, leaving 50,000 people trapped there. Among them are up to 3,000 unaccompanied children aged 12 to 17 who have traveled alone from countries like Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq and Pakistan. With insufficient accommodation, almost half of the young unaccompanied refugees in Greece have fallen outside of the system, many ending up on the streets where they are exposed to all sorts of dangers, including sexual exploitation and abuse.

    We meet two boys, aged 15 and 16 who were coerced into prostitution in exchange for food and a few euros. We also speak the Mayor of Athens, Giorgos Kaminis, who is outspoken about the horrors facing young refugees in his city, and investigate whether his attempts to put pressure on the police have been effective.

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  • The World's Most Successful Megachurch Imposter
    The World's Most Successful Megachurch Imposter Joel Osteen is one of the most famous televangelists in the world. A Houston based pastor, Joel is famous for his arena sized congregations, his globally broadcast sermons, and more recently, his refusal to open his church after Hurricane Harvey. Even Oprah is a fan. In this episode of Fame-ish, Vice meets Michael Klimkowski, a struggling comedian in LA with an uncanny likeness to the famous pastor.

    After successfully crashing a sold out Joel Osteen event in 2017 in character as Joel Osteen, Michael has gained notoriety as the only Joel Osteen Pastor in the year. Will he ride this title to fame?

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  • Why you keep using Facebook, even if you hate it
    Why you keep using Facebook, even if you hate it The network effect is Facebook’s biggest selling point, and the root of many of its problems.

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    What happened with Cambridge Analytica highlights this perfectly.

    Before many people join a network, it may not be so useful. But the more people join, the more useful it becomes. That’s the network effect. Facebook is a step beyond that — it’s the network effect on steroids.

    This is what makes facebook so great — it knows everything about you! — and what makes facebook so awful — IT KNOWS EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU. And while its network of 2.13 billion monthly users doesn’t pay any money to use the core service, Facebook makes plenty of money — millions daily — buy selling that user data. And everyone on the site agreed to this when they signed up.

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  • What melting sea ice means for life in the Arctic
    What melting sea ice means for life in the Arctic Light is flooding into the Arctic. There will be winners and losers.

    That’s what brought an international group of scientists to the Barents Sea to investigate how plant and animal life will adapt to the new normal.

    Two key factors that govern the arctic ecosystem are rapidly changing: ice and light. The Arctic is the fastest warming place on earth, and ice that used to form on the surface of the ocean is vanishing. That’s threatening species large and small that rely on it, but it’s also created an opportunity. Less ice means more light reaches the underwater ecosystem, benefiting the algae that anchors it as well as apex predators like whales and seals.

    This video is part of a three-part series on the changing Arctic. Thanks to the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting for supporting Thaw. You can find this video and all of Vox’s videos on YouTube. Subscribe and stay tuned for more.

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  • What America's shopping mall decline means for social space
    What America's shopping mall decline means for social space The mall was America’s third place — for better or for worse.

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    Our lives are lived in 1 of 3 places, the home, the workplace and the “third place,” which is anywhere outside of those two.

    Toward the end of the 20th century, the regional shopping mall had become that third place, the hang-out spot in suburban America. This was largely by design — an immigrant architect created the first mall in the vision that it would be a community gathering place.

    The plan didn’t work out as he intended. While malls did take off, they more often than not couldn’t quite catch on as ideal “third places.” But with an estimated 25% of shopping malls expected to close in the next five years, there’s an opportunity to re-examine where Americans spend their time and what could be the next iteration of the third place.

    Further reading for those interested in this subject, I recommend the following books and articles:

    Ray Oldenburg's The Great Good Place — he coined the term 'third place' and set the theory for the 8 qualities mentioned in this video: https://www.amazon.com/Great-Good-Place-Bookstores-Community/dp/1569246815

    New Yorker's 2006 profile of the creator of regional shopping malls: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2004/03/15/the-terrazzo-jungle

    On the role US tax policy played in the shopping-center boom of the 1950s and 1960s: https://www.jstor.org/stable/2169635?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

    & Vox's Matt Ylgesias on the coming ‘retail apocalypse’ in the states: https://www.vox.com/new-money/2017/5/4/15124038/regional-mall-apocalypse


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    Hollywood's Most Controversial Sex Tape Broker VICE went to Los Angeles to meet Kevin Blatt, who's now become Hollywood's go-to guy when it comes to releasing or obtaining a celebrity sex tape.

    After releasing Paris Hilton's '1 Night in Paris,' Blatt's been involved in sex scandals with A-list celebrities and was even an expert witness at the Hulk Hogan-Gawker trial.

    On this episode of 'Fameish,' he leads VICE through the underground celebrity sex tape industry, arguing that his business has done "more good for people than bad."

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  • China's trillion dollar plan to dominate global trade
    China's trillion dollar plan to dominate global trade It's about more than just economics.

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    China's Belt and Road Initiative is the most ambitious infrastructure project in modern history. It spans over 60 countries and will cost over a trillion dollars. The plan is to make it easier for the world to trade with China, by funding roads, railways, pipelines, and other infrastructure projects in Asia and Africa. China is loaning trillions of dollars to any country that's willing to participate and it's been a big hit with the less democratic countries in the region. This makes the BRI a risky plan as well. But China is pushing forward because its goals are not strictly economic, they're also geopolitical.


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  • The Artist with Multiple Personalities
    The Artist with Multiple Personalities Kim Noble is an artist with a difference – over 100 of them, in fact. After suffering childhood abuse, Kim's mind split into over a hundred distinct personalities to cope with the trauma. Over a dozen personalities are painters, including Judy the bulimic teenager, a gay man named Ken, and a mother called Patricia.

    While Kim was diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder (DID) and raising her daughter Aimee, she and her various personalities began painting as a way of understanding their own complex mind.

    Now Aimee is at university studying law, and Kim is a world-renowned artist who exhibits her work internationally. VICE meets her on the eve of her group show in London aimed at raising awareness of mental health in art.

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  • Conjuring the Dead at Venezuela’s Fire Ceremony
    Conjuring the Dead at Venezuela’s Fire Ceremony Every October in Venezuela, hundreds of people make a pilgrimage to Mount Sorte for Baile en Candela, a celebration of the goddess María Lionza. Armed with drums, razorblades, liquor, and fire, mediums perform age-old rituals to channel the spirits of Lionza’s closest disciples—letting the mystic figures take over their bodies to speak directly to the living.

    On this episode of 'VICE INTL,' VICE Colombia trekked to the summit to see exactly what goes down on Mount Sorte each year. They spoke to Lionza's followers to hear why they made the pilgrimage, met up with a well-known spiritual guide, and looked on as a few brave souls had themselves possessed by the dead.

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    Donald Trump has had many allegations of scandal and sexual misconduct made against him and has made it through them with little consequence. But now, two lawsuits might change that.

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    US voting machines are failing. Here’s why. The greatest threat to American voting machines might not be hacking, but old age.

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    In our latest collaboration with ProPublica, we take a look at US election security and the status of American voting machines. Check out the full ProPublica report at: https://bit.ly/2Hw3Dcb.

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    In 2017, hackers Rick Rolled a voting machine in Las Vegas. Even though the machine was out-of-date and the demonstration didn’t replicate real-life conditions, the stunt brought national attention to an election crisis that has been building ever since the “hanging chad” fiasco that occurred during the 2000 Presidential election recount.

    In her story on American election security, ProPublica’s Kate Rabinowitz revealed that many state and local election officials are suffering a funding crisis. Without the money needed to maintain and update electronic voting machines, officials are having to make do with equipment that was manufactured in 2008 or even earlier. At that time, most machines had recently been replaced thanks to the 2002 Help America Vote Act, but few have been updated since.

    By isolating machines from the internet and keeping them in secure locations, officials are able to reduce the threat of widespread hacking, but the machines are plagued with more mundane technical problems that states have been slow to address and could have major consequences for future elections.

    On the bright side, the omnibus spending bill that was passed in March 2018 allocated $380 million dollars for state election officials to update their voting infrastructure. Whether that money is actually provided and how it will be spent, however, remains to be seen.

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