This is the January 7, 2019 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.
2:25 VICE News chats with some federal prison employees who are working without pay because of the government shutdown. They have been experiencing working long hours and crowded prisons before the shutdown and now to have to do all the work for free is making them even angrier.
9:43 Sudan entered its third week of protests against its president, Omar al-Bashir, whose 29-year autocratic leadership has resulted in worsening economic conditions. And street protests show no signs of letting up
13:48 Over the weekend, death row inmate Scott Dozier was found dead in his Nevada prison cell by apparent suicide. It happened six months after his planned execution was delayed for a second time.
16:44 In the wake of Watergate, the U.S. passed the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, or FCPA, to ban overseas bribery, but the law laid dormant for years. Today, companies spend approximately one trillion dollars a year, globally, on bribes. David Montero, author of Kickback: Exposing the Global Corporate Bribery Network, explains the history of corporate bribery and why it’s crucial to the Mueller investigation.
20:49 Anderson Paak is back for the episode of Music Critic.
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