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August 2016
33:00

Episode 53: Student Debt/Fecal Medicine

3.0 54 x
Americans owe $1.3 trillion in student loans. Gianna Toboni reports from America's college campuses to explore how the cost of higher education may be threatening our international competitiveness. Thomas Morton reports from the labs and lavatories where revolutionary 'fecal transplants' are taking place to fight one of th...
30:00

Episode 54: The New $pace Race/Closing Gitmo

3.0 29 x
A new era of manned spaceflight is dawning--and this time, the destination is Mars. Thomas Morton reports on the preparations for humanity's next great adventure. The American prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is one of the most controversial issues of the post-9/11 era. Gianna Toboni looks to find out what really happens be...
July 2016
34:00

Episode 50: Heroin Crisis/New Age of Nukes

3.0 101 x
Thomas Morton traces the causes and impacts of the heroin crisis in the U.S., from the poppy farms of Mexico to the hills of West Virginia. Kaj Larsen goes aboard a ballistic missile submarine and visits the facilities on the front line of our nuclear weapons program to see why the military wants to upgrade the nukes we ha...
33:00

Episode 52: Die Trying

3.0 50 x
The 2014 Ice Bucket Challenge raised millions for ALS, but there is still no viable treatment and access to experimental drugs is limited. Battling ALS herself, VICE editor Angelina Fanous meets with patients and top researchers across the U.S. to find out what's being done to tackle this devastating disease and the regula...
35:00

Episode 51: Flint Water Crisis/Libya on the Brink

3.0 47 x
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan horrified the nation. Ahmed Shihab-Eldin reports from Flint on the realities of life in a city poisoned by its own government. Simon Ostrovsky reports from the front lines as rival militias fight to save Libya from the rise of ISIS.
32:00

Episode 54: The New $pace Race/Closing Gitmo

3.0 51 x
A new era of manned spaceflight is dawning--and this time, the destination is Mars. Thomas Morton reports on the preparations for humanity's next great adventure. The American prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is one of the most controversial issues of the post-9/11 era. Gianna Toboni looks to find out what really happens be...
June 2016
32:00

Episode 53: Student Debt/Fecal Medicine

3.5 204 x
Americans owe $1.3 trillion in student loans. Gianna Toboni reports from America's college campuses to explore how the cost of higher education may be threatening our international competitiveness. Thomas Morton reports from the labs and lavatories where revolutionary 'fecal transplants' are taking place to fight one of th...
29:00

Episode 52: Die Trying

3.0 103 x
The 2014 Ice Bucket Challenge raised millions for ALS, but there is still no viable treatment and access to experimental drugs is limited. Battling ALS herself, VICE editor Angelina Fanous meets with patients and top researchers across the U.S. to find out what's being done to tackle this devastating disease and the regula...
32:00

Episode 51: Flint Water Crisis/Libya on the Brink

3.0 122 x
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan horrified the nation. Ahmed Shihab-Eldin reports from Flint on the realities of life in a city poisoned by its own government. Simon Ostrovsky reports from the front lines as rival militias fight to save Libya from the rise of ISIS.
31:00

Episode 50: Heroin Crisis & New Age of Nukes

3.0 164 x
Thomas Morton traces the causes and impacts of the heroin crisis in the U.S., from the poppy farms of Mexico to the hills of West Virginia. Kaj Larsen goes aboard a ballistic missile submarine and visits the facilities on the front line of our nuclear weapons program to see why the military wants to upgrade the nukes we ha...
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