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    What’s going on with Georgia’s Trump investigation?

    A phone call between former President Donald Trump and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is...

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    How China’s relationship to Hollywood has shaped the movies

    Fireworks at the Enchanted Storybook Castle at Shanghai Disney. VCG/VCG via Getty Images The big Hollywood...

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    Should I delete my period app? And other post-Roe privacy questions.

    A crowd listens to Boston mayor Michelle Wu at an abortion rights rally following the Supreme...

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    How to be a little less judgmental

    Denis Novikov/Getty Images Casting judgment on others has never been so easy. Social media gives onlookers...

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    How conservatism conquered America — and corrupted itself

    The January 6 committee has been investigating, among other things, how it is that such a...

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    The man giving the California GOP its best shot at statewide office in years

    Lanhee Chen participates in a Bloomberg Television interview in New York in June 2019. Christopher Goodney/Bloomberg...

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    Buffalo, seven weeks after the massacre

    People attend a vigil across the street from Tops Friendly Market at Jefferson Avenue and Riley...

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    Inside Ukraine’s lobbying blitz in Washington

    A ground staff directs a MIG-29 fighter jet of the Ukrainian Air Force after a training...

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    The fight against inflation starts at sea

    A US Coast Guard vessel patrols near a container ship on June 10 in Los Angeles,...

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    Otters are thriving in … Iowa?

    A river otter near the campground at George Wyth State Park in Black Hawk County, Iowa,...

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    How to date when it feels like everyone forgot how to date

    Shanée Benjamin for Vox Nothing makes me want to date less than listening to my friends...

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    A pregnancy turns deadly in an anti-abortion state. What happens next?

    Inside an abortion clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on June 23, the day before the Supreme...

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    How Dobbs is affecting abortion care, one week on

    Abortion rights advocates demonstrate at the Texas Capitol ahead of the state’s supreme court ruling reinstating...

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    A record number of abortion measures are on the ballot in 2022

    A voter marks her ballot in the 2018 midterm elections in Redlands, California. Jennifer Cappuccio Maher/Digital...

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    "How do you go through the world and not be bitter and angry?"

    A statue of Marcus Aurelius, in Rome, Italy. Universal Images Group via Getty Images Stoicism is...

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    The best $79 I ever spent: Paint for my very own bedroom walls

    Begin. In the middle of a pandemic. Buy three buckets of paint. One 5-liter bucket of...

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    Not all religions oppose abortion

    Protesters during the Jewish Rally for Abortion Justice at Union Square in Washington, DC, on May...

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    Could California become the first state to provide reparations?

    Members of Black Lives Matter-LA, along with community members, held a press conference in July 2021...

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    How Xi Jinping tightened his grip on Hong Kong, 25 years after the handover

    Chinese President Xi Jinping with newly sworn-in chief executive of Hong Kong, John Lee, on Friday....

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    The Supreme Court is keeping Trump’s promises

    Former President Trump with Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett at her swearing-in ceremony in October...

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    We’re battling a sleep loss epidemic. California has a plan to fight it.

    Sleep loss — whether due to insomnia or sleep deprivation — is a global epidemic. Getty...

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    One Good Thing: A Danish drama lets its girlbosses fail

    Johanne Louise Schmidt as Signe Kragh, left, and Sidse Babett Knudsen as Birgitte Nyborg in Borgen...

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    10 ways to fix a broken Supreme Court

    Abortion rights demonstrators gather outside the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, on June 24, 2022....

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    The many reasons the "just vote" rhetoric from Democrats falls flat

    President Joe Biden speaks during a virtual meeting with governors to discuss efforts to protect access...

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    Who overturning Roe hurts most, explained in 7 charts

    For Colleen McNicholas, a physician in Missouri, the impact of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health...

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    Under Obamacare, birth control pills are free. Why aren’t vasectomies?

    The overturning of Roe v. Wade has sparked an interest in vasectomies, but access and cost...

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    Go ahead, be a little spontaneous

    Denis Novikov/Getty Images On the spectrum from carefully curated scheduling to go-with-the-flow attitude, most people fall...

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    The best movies of 2022 (so far) — and how to watch them

    The Northman, Happening, and Marcel the Shell with Shoes On are three of the year’s best...

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    Why America’s allies are worried about the end of Roe

    French and American women hold a Women’s Rights rally in Place de La Republique on June...

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    The Supreme Court’s big EPA decision is a massive power grab by the justices

    A coal barge travels up the Kanawha River, passing the Dupont chemical plant, just south of...

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    The Supreme Court’s fleeting gift to the coal industry

    Coal power is facing a long-term decline in the US, and the Supreme Court’s recent ruling...

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    Just about everyone in America is finally eligible for a Covid-19 vaccine. Now what?

    A doctor calms her 7-month-old son before going into an appointment for his Covid-19 vaccine on...

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    Flying will be the worst part of your summer vacation

    Airlines are on average flying fewer daily flights than they were in 2019, even though travel...

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    The Supreme Court’s EPA ruling isn’t the only legal attack on the environment

    The Supreme Court in June. On Thursday, the Court ruled that the EPA does not have...

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    A new Supreme Court case is the biggest threat to US democracy since January 6

    The so-called “QAnon Shaman” on the day of the January 6, 2021, attack on the US...

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    Why this show about queer teens appeals to all ages — even if it stings

    Nick Nelson (Kit Connor) and Charlie Spring (Joe Locke) play in the snow. Netflix As the...

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    The most hopeful place on earth: an NFT conference post-crypto crash

    Billboards display NFT art in Times Square during the 4th annual NFT NYC conference in June...

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    The White House knew January 6 would be "real, real bad"

    Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testifies to the January 6 House committee on June 28....

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    Think polarization is bad now? Wait till the post-Roe abortion wars get started.

    Abortion rights supporters and anti-abortion activists confront each other in front of the US Supreme Court...

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    Giving people cash is usually better than shipping them food

    Potatoes on sale in the open-air market of Bati, Ethiopia. Getty Images Today, approximately 866 million...

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    You shouldn’t have to ask your boss for an abortion

    Activists with Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights protest outside of the US Supreme Court on June...

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    The anti-abortion "social safety net"

    Anit-abortion activists celebrate outside the US Supreme Court on June 24, the day Roe v. Wade...

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    Health care in jails and prisons is terrible. The pandemic made it even worse.

    This story is part of The Aftermath, a Vox series about the collateral health effects of...

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    Biden’s chance to go bolder on abortion rights

    Activists hope President Joe Bide will take more executive actions to protect abortion rights. Yuri Gripas/Abaca/Bloomberg...

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    The Supreme Court hands the religious right a big victory by lying about the facts of a case

    Neil Gorsuch laughs during his Supreme Court nomination hearings in Washington, DC, in 2017. Mandel Ngan/AFP...

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    It’s not just about abortion

    Abortion rights demonstrators make signs in front of the US Supreme Court on May 3. The...

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    Elvis and the trouble with musician biopics

    Austin Butler as Elvis Presley in Elvis. Warner Bros. Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis isn’t merely a confounding...

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    6 things sex educators want you to know about a post-Roe America

    Employees and volunteers dismantle exhibits at the Robert Crown Center for Health Education in Hinsdale, Illinois,...

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    Trigger laws and abortion restrictions, explained

    Nationwide protests slamming the Supreme Court opinion that overturned Roe v. Wade have been going on...