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vox.com Politics Apr 25, 2021, Sunday
In Oklahoma, Florida, and other states, Republicans are passing laws that make it easier to run over protesters - Vox
GOP lawmakers are responding to Black Lives Matter protests with anti-protest bills.
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vox.com Politics Apr 09, 2021, Friday
Biden’s first budget proposal embraces bigger government - Vox
Biden’s new $1.5 trillion budget proposal includes: —Support for more jobs —An expanded social safety net —A bigger investment in public health —Efforts against climate change —Addressing racial inequality —A defense spending increase
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vox.com Politics Mar 31, 2021, Wednesday
What’s in the $2 trillion jobs bill? Joe Biden’s American Jobs Act, explained. - Vox
President Joe Biden proposed his opening bid on Wednesday for a $2 trillion infrastructure package that pushes the US toward a clean energy economy.
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vox.com Media Mar 15, 2021, Monday
Facebook is doing its best to counter anti-vaccination damage done by Facebook - Vox
On Monday, Facebook revealed a plan aimed at getting 50 million people vaccinated, the latest in a string of efforts by the social media company to combat the Covid-19 pandemic and the misinformation that has thrived on its platform.
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vox.com Media Mar 09, 2021, Tuesday
Vaccine misinformation has been spreading on Facebook and Instagram for years - Vox
Facebook critics say the anti-vaccination communities that have flourished on the platform are fueling Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy.
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vox.com Politics Mar 08, 2021, Monday
Georgia Republicans aim to repeal no-excuse absentee voting by introducing bills that weaken voting rights - Vox
Georgia Republicans passed no-excuse absentee voting in 2005. Now they want to end it.
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vox.com Media Mar 02, 2021, Tuesday
The story of YouTube: Recode’s Land of the Giants Google podcast - Vox
YouTube is a place where you can watch everything — great stuff, dumb stuff, useful stuff, dangerous stuff. And it’s a place where you can upload almost anything, if you’re inclined. Google is an open platform, meant to quickly distribute anything and everything, without any friction getting in the way.
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vox.com Politics Feb 13, 2021, Saturday
The Senate acquits former President Donald Trump of inciting an insurrection - Vox
A majority of senators found Trump guilty, but they did not reach the 67-vote threshold needed to convict.
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vox.com Politics Jan 26, 2021, Tuesday
Biden’s new actions to boost Covid-19 vaccines, explained - Vox
Biden will announce 3 new Covid-19 federal responses: —Increase vaccine supply to states to ~10 million a week. —Provide vaccine count estimates to states at least 3 weeks in advance. —Purchase 100 million doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines each.
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vox.com Politics Jan 26, 2021, Tuesday
Biden confronts Putin and Russia in their first call - Vox
President Joe Biden had his first call with Russian President Vladimir Putin since taking office
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vox.com Politics Jan 25, 2021, Monday
Why Mitch McConnell relented on a Senate filibuster stand-off - Vox
McConnell didn’t get all he’d hoped, but got some Democrats to reaffirm their commitment to the filibuster.
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vox.com Politics Jan 25, 2021, Monday
What’s next for Trump’s Senate impeachment trial - Vox
The House transmitted its article of impeachment to the Senate. Here’s what we know about the trial.
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vox.com Politics Jan 15, 2021, Friday
Georgia Senate runoffs: How Democrats flipped both Georgia seats - Vox
How Democrats flipped two long-shot Senate seats in Georgia.
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vox.com Media Jan 12, 2021, Tuesday
VOA White House reporter reassigned after asking Pompeo about Capitol riot - Vox
This is a bad signal to send to the rest of the world about how to treat a free press.
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vox.com Politics Jan 12, 2021, Tuesday
Trump’s second impeachment, explained: 7 questions answered - Vox
Is conviction a real possibility? When will the Senate trial be — and can they even hold one?
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vox.com Politics Jan 07, 2021, Thursday
Congress votes to certify Biden’s electoral victory and Trump’s loss - Vox
After a chaotic day, the election result stood.
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vox.com Politics Jan 06, 2021, Wednesday
Here’s what the world is saying about the insurrection at the US Capitol - Vox
World leaders express shock, condemnation, and schadenfreude about the insurrection at the US Capitol.
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vox.com Politics Jan 06, 2021, Wednesday
Trump supporters storm US Capitol - Vox
At least one person was killed as Trump supporters swarmed the Capitol building, disrupting Joe Biden’s certification as president.
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vox.com Tech Jan 06, 2021, Wednesday
Facebook and Twitter ban Trump’s accounts temporarily after Capitol insurrection - Vox
Social media companies are going to new lengths to limit the reach of Trump’s incitement to violence.
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vox.com Politics Dec 30, 2020, Wednesday
Joe Biden names former Facebook lawyer Jessica Hertz as White House staff secretary - Vox
Joe Biden’s selection of Jessica Hertz to a powerful role has stirred the debate over tech’s influence in Washington.
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vox.com Politics Dec 28, 2020, Monday
Stimulus checks: Spouses and children of undocumented immigrants are eligible for aid - Vox
The new coronavirus aid package fills a critical gap in relief for some mixed-status families.
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vox.com Culture Dec 21, 2020, Monday
Best of 2020: TV shows, music, video games, and more - Vox
From Taylor Swift’s twofer to a video game set in hell, these pop culture things got us through 2020.
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vox.com Politics Dec 19, 2020, Saturday
How Russian hackers infiltrated the federal government - Vox
the hackers are a Russian group called Cozy Bear, also known as APT29
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vox.com Media Dec 12, 2020, Saturday
A Wall Street Journal op-ed on Jill Biden is criticized for pairing sexism with academic elitism - Vox
The article has been roundly criticized for attacking Biden for using the title "doctor" before her name.
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vox.com Politics Dec 11, 2020, Friday
Can Joe Biden cancel student loan debt without Congress? - Vox
The debate over Joe Biden canceling student debt, explained
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vox.com Politics Dec 09, 2020, Wednesday
The two competing stimulus proposals, explained - Vox
The bipartisan Senate stimulus plan and the White House’s plan handle unemployment insurance very differently.
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vox.com Law Dec 08, 2020, Tuesday
Congress faces stimulus and government funding deadlines in December - Vox
12 million people could lose their unemployment insurance if Congress doesn’t take more action on stimulus.
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vox.com Politics Dec 03, 2020, Thursday
Georgia Senate poll suggests Trump’s “voter fraud” lies are hurting the GOP - Vox
Trumpy calls to boycott the election could help throw Senate runoffs to the Democrats.
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vox.com News Nov 27, 2020, Friday
Fake news in Asian American communities can affect elections. Organizers are worried. - Vox
Language diversity within the AAPI community means misinformation is difficult to track.
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vox.com Politics Nov 27, 2020, Friday
Black Lives Matter has its eyes on Biden and the Georgia Senate election runoffs - Vox
Founder Patrisse Cullors on the Senate runoffs, the impact of the protests, and what the movement wants from the Biden administration.
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vox.com Politics Nov 19, 2020, Thursday
Joe Biden’s executive agenda: 10 things he can do without the Senate - Vox
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vox.com News Nov 14, 2020, Saturday
Trump’s far-fetched legal campaign to question the election seems to be falling apart- Vox
Trump is losing lawsuits in key states — and has lost some key members of his legal team as well.
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vox.com News Nov 13, 2020, Friday
The crisis isn’t Trump. It’s the Republican Party. - Vox
Anne Applebaum wrote the book on why people choose to collaborate with authoritarian regimes. So what does she think of the GOP?
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vox.com Health Nov 13, 2020, Friday
The second White House coronavirus outbreak: Mark Meadows, the Secret Service, and more - Vox
Mark Meadows and Ben Carson were among the infected, plus an outbreak among the Secret Service.
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vox.com Politics Nov 13, 2020, Friday
Police reform measures were a winner this election - Vox
These local ballot measure wins are just a first step in a "multi-year" fight to rethinking policing, activists say.
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vox.com Tech Nov 12, 2020, Thursday
How Biden’s FCC could fix America’s internet - Vox
The FCC can bring back net neutrality and help Americans stay connected during the pandemic — if everything goes its way now.
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vox.com Health Nov 10, 2020, Tuesday
Pfizer and BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine is a cause for optimism — and also skepticism - Vox
Vaccine science by press release has to stop. the news didn’t come with any detailed data, regulatory review, published study, or preprint. In fact, the trial isn’t even completed.
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vox.com Politics Oct 28, 2020, Wednesday
The Supreme Court’s new Pennsylvania decision is a threat to voting rights - Vox
The upshot of this Supreme Court order: Pennsylvania voters, if you haven’t voted yet, do not vote by mail — vote some other way.
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vox.com Bussiness Oct 28, 2020, Wednesday
5 fact-checks of Senate’s hearing on Facebook, Google, and Twitter - Vox
We took a closer look at the unproven claims lawmakers made about Facebook, Google, and Twitter.
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vox.com Media Oct 28, 2020, Wednesday
The Instagram aesthetic that made QAnon mainstream - Vox
Conspiracy theory researchers explain how QAnon spread through Instagram.
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vox.com Bussiness Oct 26, 2020, Monday
How to regulate Facebook and Twitter: Hunter Biden allegations rekindle debate - Vox
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vox.com News Oct 26, 2020, Monday
What to know for early voting: No political shirts and probably no ballot selfies - Vox
You probably shouldn’t take ballot selfies either.
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