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Vox was launched at Vox Media in 2014 by founders Ezra Klein, Melissa Bell, and Matthew Yglesias.
vox.com Oct 18, 2020, Sunday
Coronavirus stimulus: Nancy Pelosi sets a 48-hour deadline for getting a deal - Vox
Pelosi is still negotiating with the White House while Senate Republicans push their own stimulus bill.
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vox.com Oct 13, 2020, Tuesday
Supreme Court lets the Trump administration end the census early - Vox
Low-income people and minorities are now more likely to go uncounted.
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vox.com Oct 10, 2020, Saturday
Federal judge blocks Texas order limiting ballot drop-off locations - Vox
On Friday, a federal judge said counties could reinstate multiple drop-off locations, but now a higher court has stayed that ruling.
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vox.com Oct 07, 2020, Wednesday
Facebook bans political ads ... after the 2020 election - Vox
The temporary ban doesn’t solve Facebook’s organic content problem or the problematic political ads appearing on its platform before voting.
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vox.com Oct 07, 2020, Wednesday
Top Trump administration officials reportedly lied about deliberately separating families at the border - Vox
A government watchdog reportedly found that Jeff Sessions and Rod Rosenstein directly pushed to take children away.
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vox.com Oct 06, 2020, Tuesday
Supreme Court shows how it’ll handle the 2020 election in South Carolina absentee ballot case - Vox
The fate of American democracy could rest with Brett Kavanaugh.
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vox.com Oct 06, 2020, Tuesday
Facebook And Twitter Struggle To Crack Down On QAnon - Vox
Can anyone stop QAnon?
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vox.com Oct 06, 2020, Tuesday
Here’s The Full List Of Finalists Of 2020 National Book Awards
On Tuesday, the National Book Foundation announced the 2020 finalists for the National Book Awards.
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vox.com Oct 05, 2020, Monday
California Internet Privacy Bill (CPRA) Could Benefit News Publishers - Vox
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vox.com Oct 04, 2020, Sunday
The White House Releases Photos Of Trump At Work, Raising More Questions About His Health - Vox
Amid mixed messages on the president’s health, the White House released photos of Trump working that some critics say were staged.
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vox.com Oct 02, 2020, Friday
Supreme Court: The Right To Vote Just Got Terrible News From The Court - Vox
And Republicans are about to gain a 6-3 majority on the Supreme Court.
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vox.com Oct 02, 2020, Friday
What Happens If President Trump Is Too Sick With Covid-19 To Do The Job? - Vox
The 25th Amendment, explained.
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vox.com Sep 29, 2020, Tuesday
Forget Amy Coney Barrett — the Supreme Court has been too powerful for years - Vox
University of Chicago professor Ryan Doerfler explains how to restrain "judicial review," the Court’s power to strike down laws.
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vox.com Sep 28, 2020, Monday
Donald Trump’s tax returns show how rich people game the tax system - Vox
Donald Trump’s tax scheme and the system that let him get away with it for so long.
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vox.com Sep 24, 2020, Thursday
Amazon Employees Fear HR Is Targeting Minority And Activism Groups In Email Monitoring Program - Vox
Some workers are raising concerns in light of larger tensions over labor organizing.
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vox.com Sep 24, 2020, Thursday
Ruth Bader Ginsburg And The Pitfalls Of Political Fandom - Vox
The political fandom around the late justice vaunted her to superhero status. That flattens her legal legacy.
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vox.com Sep 24, 2020, Thursday
Amy Coney Barrett, Possible Supreme Court Nominee, And Her Legal Theories, Explained - Vox
An expert explains originalism, the Roberts Court, and what a Justice Barrett might do.
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vox.com Sep 23, 2020, Wednesday
LinkedIn Founder Reid Hoffman Built A Big-money Machine To Oust Trump. So Why Do Some Democrats Hate Him? - Vox
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vox.com Sep 23, 2020, Wednesday
Breonna Taylor Indictment: Louisville Officer Brett Hankinson Charged With First-degree Wanton Endangerment - Vox
Officer Brett Hankison has been charged with first-degree "wanton endangerment."
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vox.com Sep 19, 2020, Saturday
Democratic Donors Have Raised Millions After Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Death - Vox
Swing state polls show voters want Joe Biden to choose the next Supreme Court justice.
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vox.com Sep 19, 2020, Saturday
Senate Republicans Promise A Quick Floor Vote On A Trump Supreme Court Nominee - Vox
Several senators who previously opposed high court nominations in election years are now in favor of their own party’s nominee getting a vote.
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vox.com Sep 18, 2020, Friday
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: The One Thing Democrats Can Do To Stop Trump From Replacing Her May Be Court-packing - Vox
Court-packing may be the only solution.
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vox.com Sep 18, 2020, Friday
Trump Is Shutting Down WeChat In The US But Will Let TikTok Live Until After The Election - Vox
Both companies have Chinese owners. One of them has support from Trump-backers.
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vox.com Sep 18, 2020, Friday
#SaveTheChildren Is Pulling American Moms Into QAnon - Vox
The hashtag, its links to conspiracy theories, and its implications for the election, explained.
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vox.com Sep 18, 2020, Friday
Supreme Court: Roberts’s Lifelong Crusade Against Voting Rights, Explained - Vox
He has fought to undermine voting rights his entire career.
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vox.com Sep 18, 2020, Friday
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Death: Why Her Collars And Glasses Mattered - Vox
The Supreme Court justice was a brilliant legal mind. The way she presented herself was important, too.
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vox.com Sep 16, 2020, Wednesday
Defund The Police: The Financial Case For Cities To Cut Police Budgets - Vox
It’s time to ask why we continue to spend millions of taxpayer dollars on police misconduct lawsuits and billions more on policing that yields poor outcomes.
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vox.com Sep 15, 2020, Tuesday
Whistleblower Alleges Immigrants Were Subjected To Hysterectomies In ICE Custody - Vox
A whistleblower complaint from a detention center nurse suggests that non-English-speaking detainees couldn’t give informed consent.
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vox.com Sep 14, 2020, Monday
US Democracy Is Broken: How To Fix Voting Rights, Elections, The Senate, And The Electoral College - Vox
A plan for the democratic revolution America needs.
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vox.com Sep 14, 2020, Monday
Congress’s Failure To Pass Stimulus Hurts Unemployed Black Americans And People Of Color - Vox
Congress has tightened the stimulus spigot as unemployment for people of color remains high.
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vox.com Sep 13, 2020, Sunday
Trump’s Nevada Rally Was An Exercise In Delegitimizing Voting — And Denying Reality - Vox
Trump keeps holding probable superspreader events in the middle of a pandemic.
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vox.com Sep 10, 2020, Thursday
What Caused The California Wildfires? The Recurring Crisis, Explained - Vox
The state’s weather is becoming warmer and more volatile due to climate change. And there are more people and buildings.
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vox.com Sep 01, 2020, Tuesday
Ed Markey Wins His Massachusetts Senate Primary — Fending Off A Challenge From Joe Kennedy  - Vox
Markey ran on his longstanding environmental policy record in a heated campaign.
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vox.com Aug 29, 2020, Saturday
Systemic Racism, Explained (to Kids) - Vox
Today, Explained to Kids takes on the summer of protests and violence.
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vox.com Aug 28, 2020, Friday
Kenosha Shooting: Facebook Banned Violent Right-wing Militia Groups. We Still Found Plenty Of Them On Its Platform. - Vox
The company removed at least four of these groups and pages after Recode flagged them for posts about shooting BLM protesters.
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vox.com Aug 27, 2020, Thursday
RNC 2020: Why So Few GOP Senators In Competitive Races Spoke - Vox
7 Senate Republicans are in the fight of their political lives. Only one spoke at the RNC.
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vox.com Aug 27, 2020, Thursday
Another Trump Term Would Mean Severe And Irreversible Changes In The Climate - Vox
No joke: It would be disastrous on the scale of millennia.
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vox.com Aug 27, 2020, Thursday
The March On Washington 2020, Explained - Vox
Channeling Martin Luther King Jr., protesters against police violence are gathering at the Lincoln Memorial Friday.
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vox.com Aug 26, 2020, Wednesday
Facebook Removes “Kenosha Guard” Militia Page After Complaints - Vox
Once again, the company is facing criticism for letting people incite violence on its platform.
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vox.com Aug 26, 2020, Wednesday
Trump Asked For Less Covid-19 Testing. Now The CDC Is Recommending It. - Vox
The CDC released new guidance pushing fewer people to get tested for the coronavirus.
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vox.com Aug 26, 2020, Wednesday
The Hatch Act, The Law Trump Flouted At The 2020 RNC, Explained - Vox
The Hatch Act is designed to protect the rule of law. Trump flouts it openly.
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vox.com Aug 25, 2020, Tuesday
The Jerry Falwell Jr. Resignation Scandal Has Sex, Corruption, And Trump - Vox
It’s not just about sex — it’s a tale of financial, institutional, and political corruption. And there’s a Trump angle.
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