Digital Models & Break Up Facebook: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)


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This is the May 15, 2019, FULL FREE episode of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

2:09 - Migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border feel they have no choice but to enter the U.S. illegally. VICE News visits the border to find out why.

10:32 - Break up Facebook. That’s become a common refrain in recent months, with many floating the idea. And on the surface, breaking up Facebook doesn’t look that tough. The problem is that breaking up companies isn’t something the government does often, or easily.

15:25 - Since President Trump moved the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, he has recognized Israel’s sovereignty of the occupied Golan Heights, cut funding for Palestinian aid & backed Israeli PM Netanyahu’s right-wing campaign for re-election.

19:47 - Digital supermodels are on the way. Soon digital models will go hand-in-hand with real models and real models are going to have digital replicas.

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This Principal Figured Out How To Get Kids Excited For School (HBO)


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“Good morning Franklin Square family members,” Principal Terry Patton told her students. “Thank you for coming to school.”

Patton starts every morning at Franklin Square Elementary and Middle School by sharing what percentage of students showed up to school the day before. It’s part of a series of strategies she has developed over the past 14 years to increase the school’s attendance record.

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The Democrats Who Want To Overturn Roe vs. Wade (HBO)


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Protests hosted by Planned Parenthood, ACLU, and other groups take place at local state houses nationwide today. This comes as Louisiana is about to pass a so-called fetal "heartbeat bill". The difference between this bill and other recently passed laws restricting access to abortion is it was sponsored by a Democratic Senator and will be signed by a Democratic governor. Meanwhile, more progressive elements are trying to run anti-abortion politicians out of the party entirely. VICE News talks with the executive director of Democrats For Life of America.

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Libya Unrest & Jamaica's Schools' Challenge Quiz: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)


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This is the full free May 10 episode of VICE News Tonight.

2:14 - Libya currently has two parallel governments — the internationally-recognized Government of National Accord in the capital, Tripoli, and a second government in the east, propped up by the powerful military warlord, Khalifa Haftar.

11:16 - Why should another white guy be president? We met up with Rep. Eric Swalwell to find out.

17:00 - The EPA is putting the country on red alert about climate change in a guide for local planners on how to deal with disaster debris

20:31 - Schools' Challenge Quiz is the longest running TV program in the English language Caribbean. Winning schools get prizes like grants, and individual students can get scholarships. But it seems to be all about the bragging rights and that trophy.

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This Woman's House Was About To Be Bulldozed For A FoxConn Factory (HBO)


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When Foxconn — the Taiwanese tech giant best known for manufacturing iPhone components — struck a high-profile deal to open its first U.S. factory, the village of Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, needed to make room. Local leaders rushed to convince 78 residents to sell their homes.

Everyone gave in, except Kim Mahoney. She was at work when she learned that the dream home she and her husband built was in the middle of what would become a factory for LCD screens.

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Scientists Just Redefined the Kilogram (HBO)


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For the last 129 years, the kilogram has been defined by a shiny hunk of metal called the International Prototype. It’s the thing against which every scale is calibrated.

Not anymore.

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What It’s Like at an Alabama Clinic Still Performing Abortions (HBO)


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The day after Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, a Republican, signed a bill that put her state on the path to banning almost all abortions, a 20-year-old woman from Tennessee walked into an abortion clinic with an ex-boyfriend and underwent the procedure.

“I'm a single mom of three kids,” said the woman, who asked to remain anonymous, after having an abortion. “I have nothing to offer this child. You know, like, I'm already spread thin. I have my other three to take care of.”

She was one of about 20 women who had the procedure that day at the Alabama Women’s Center. Because there, it was business as usual. The ban — which is certain to be challenged in court — won’t go into effect for several months. Meanwhile, abortion is still legal in the state.

Dalton Johnson co-founded the Alabama Women’s Center in 2001, and since then, the center has had to adapt and sue over multiple new laws and ordinances designed to shut its doors.

“It’s been one thing after another. You know, I kind of feel almost at home in the federal courthouse,” Johnson said. “It's been admitting privileges. It's been the zoning."

“The anti-choice group sued the City of Huntsville for issuing my business license, and so that was a whole battle that we had to fight and pay for out of pocket. And, of course, we prevailed in that one. The building codes,” she added. “And probably some more I just can't even think of.”

So for Johnson, the latest law isn’t much of a surprise. But that doesn’t mean it wasn’t emotionally affecting the staff at the clinic, as they answered phones and cared for patients.

“As I was leaving the house this morning, I started to feel like these butterflies in my stomach. The fear was coming over me,” said Makeda Harris, the center’s receptionist. Most days, she’s the first face a patient would see at the clinic.

Outside the clinic, protesters line up every day holding signs and imploring the women who walk inside to choose life. Many of them are regulars, and the staff knows them by name. A mother and daughter prayed outside Thursday after one woman, shielded by the bright umbrellas of the escorts who volunteer in the parking lot, walked in.

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Inside The Chinese Telecom Giant That Trump Banned (HBO)


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Huawei tried to save its image over a weeklong press junket.

“We wanted to invite U.S. media to come ask any questions on behalf of American customers,” said Catherine Chen, Huawei’s corporate senior vice president and director of the board.

VICE News took Huawei up on its offer and found out we were the only news organization that showed up.

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Inside Jamaica’s Biggest Quiz Show (HBO)


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Imagine a spelling bee, but with questions about math, Bible verses, and Jamaican proverbs. Now, imagine that everyone in the entire country is watching you.

Even that doesn’t quite do “School’s Challenge Quiz” justice, but it’s a start.

SCQ is the longest running TV show in Jamaica, and people take it very seriously: a few years back, a scoring dispute between two schools went all the way up to the Supreme Court.

For the spectators, it’s all about bragging rights. This year, hundreds of people showed up outside the studio wearing the school colors of their alma mater, as legendary boys’ high school Kingston College and cross-town underdogs St Jago High faced off in the finals.

The students also want to make their classmates, and alumni, proud. But a win is also a chance at a scholarship – and for some, it could be a rare opportunity to attend college.

VICE News went to Kingston to watch students from both schools prepare – and see just how heated the real competition gets.

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Kurdish Hunger Strike & Foxconn Abandonment: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)


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This is the May 9, 2019, FULL FREE EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

2:17 As Maduro moves against the opposition in Caracas, the opposition is moving against Maduro in Washington D.C.

7:57 Imam Cis, a Kurdish activist living in the Welsh Kurdish Community Center, has now been on the longest hunger strike in UK history.

11:23 A town in Wisconsin was promised billions of dollars and thousands of jobs by Chinese manufacturer Foxconn. 78 homes were torn down to make room for what was supposed to be a Mid-West tech hub. So far, nothing's there, except for one remaining home.

16:47 How the Mooch got his mojo back at SALT conference.

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There's a Mental Health Crisis Among Florida's Kids | VICE News Special (HBO)


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Florida ranks 44th in the country for access to mental health care. And one of the quickest and easiest ways to get it is by invoking a 1971 law called the Baker Act. It allows for anyone threatening to harm themselves or others to be involuntarily committed to a psychiatric facility for 72 hours. Committed, a VICE News Tonight special report, delves into the experiences of three families in crisis, each struggling with a child's mental illness, whose lives intersect for 72 hours at Gracepoint Wellness, one of the largest and oldest children's crisis facilities in Florida. Isobel Yeung speaks with counselors, families, law enforcement, and school officials to investigate how the Baker Act's patchwork system of short-term commitments is increasingly becoming a stand-in for a more comprehensive and long-term mental health care system.

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Women in Georgia Are Battling the New Restrictive Abortion Laws (HBO)


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Progressives are rallying to protest the restrictive abortion laws recently passed in Georgia and other states in the South. VICE News visits presidential hopeful Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s roundtable discussion in Atlanta.

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This Yemeni Boy Survived An Airstrike That Killed 45 Kids (HBO)


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Hussein al-Ejri was too excited to sleep on the morning of August 9, so he woke up early in anticipation of the field trip planned for him and about 65 of his Islamic seminary classmates. Hours later, the 11-year-old was one of the few kids on the trip still alive.

That day had started like any other. The group performed early-morning prayer with their teachers and stopped at a busy market near the farming village of Dahyan in northwest Yemen so people could purchase snacks before setting off.

That's where Hussein was when he heard the loud thud of an explosion and saw the bus blown apart.

A few days after the strike, the boy stood atop what was left of the bus and pointed out what was once there.

"One of my friends was sitting here. And another one here, and another there,” Hussein told VICE News. "They were all injured. After the explosion, I found one of my friends killed here but couldn't find the rest of my friends, just this one.”

Of the 54 people killed in that attack, 45 of them were children between the ages of 6 and 15. Hours later, Saudi coalition spokesman Col. Turki al-Maliki said on TV that the strike was made in retaliation against a Houthi rebel militia missile attack on the Saudi-Yemeni border the night before, telling Al-Arabiya that Houthi “operatives” were aboard alongside the children.

In a subsequent internal investigation, the Saudi government ultimately concluded that the “timing” of the strike was a mistake.

But since 2015, the Saudi-Emirati coalition has been waging a brutal campaign against the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in an effort to curb Iran's creeping influence in the Arabian Gulf. In the process, they’ve launched more than 18,000 airstrikes, at least a third of which have hit civilian targets, according to the Yemen Data Project. Many of them, including the Dahyan airstrike, used American-made weapons: at least 13 so far, according to documentation from the Yemeni human rights group Mwatana.

At the Dahyan airstrike, witnesses found remnants of a MK 82 Lockheed Martin bomb, probably made at a factory just outside of Scranton, Pennsylvania. The discovery of American bomb fragments at airstrike sites in Yemen has become fairly common, fueling public anger at not only the Saudi-Emirati coalition but also its main weapons supplier, the United States. In a rare show of bipartisan accordance, the U.S. has so far agreed to sell more than $110 billion worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia in proposals reached under both the Obama and Trump administrations.

But it’s not just weapons Saudi Arabia buys from America. The U.S. has also provided the coalition with intelligence, mid-air refueling and even Green Berets to assist on the border.

Even so, the news of American involvement in the killing failed to make a splash for months — that is, until the high-profile murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi prompted American politicians to reexamine their role in the Saudis' efforts.

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Michael Cohen’s Prison Doesn’t Sound Half Bad


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Larry Noodles figures Michael Cohen will be OK at Otisville. That’s the federal prison where Donald Trump’s former lawyer and fixer just started his three-year sentence for tax evasion and campaign finance violations. And Larry — real last name: Dressler — probably knows more about Otisville than anyone.

The Otisville Federal Correctional Institute, located about 80 miles north of midtown Manhattan in the Catskill Mountains, has a particular distinction: It’s got the largest population of white-collar Jewish criminals of any federal prison. Dressler did 18 months there for mortgage fraud, kept a diary every day of his stay, and still runs a gossip blog about the prison under his prison nickname, Larry Noodles (he smuggled in pasta from the warehouse where he worked).

To hear him tell it, the place isn’t half bad for Jewish inmates like him and Cohen: There’s Shabbat services, monthly trips to a Mikvah bath, and Kosher commissary options like gefilte fish and rugelach.

"I think with Michael Cohen... well, according to the inmate code, you’re not allowed to give advice to someone who is quote-unquote a rat. But I don’t think they would give him too hard of a time. Because they know he is high-profile," Dressler said.

VICE News interviewed the former Otisville inmate about what Cohen can expect at this special upstate slammer.

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


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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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