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BuzzFeed grew up. Now it’s going public.

BuzzFeed is smaller than it thought it was going to be but it thinks it’s big enough to sell shares to the public this fall.

Britney Spears wasn’t wrong to think people would mock her for telling the truth

How we all failed Britney Spears.

The big job exodus might not be all it’s cracked up to be

Workers are quitting their jobs. But are they getting better ones?

Biden’s biggest anti-poverty plan is about to launch. He can make it even better.

The expanded child tax credit should be easy to get — and permanent.

The Supreme Court decides not to light the housing market on fire

SCOTUS is forced to clean up a $124 billion mess of its own making.

Google’s plan to get rid of cookies isn’t going well

Chrome’s third-party cookie ban has been delayed for another year.

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Bish, don't kill my vibe

Catholic bishops want to deny President Biden communion, even though Pope Francis thinks that's a terrible idea. The Atlantic's Emma Green explains.

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Vox’s audience support program, explained

Hotels will never be the same

Google is starting to warn users when it doesn’t have a reliable answer

Animals can navigate by starlight. Here’s how we know.

Is F9 the best blockbuster ever? No. Is it absolutely perfect? You bet.

The myth of bedroom privacy

Take a mental break with the newest Vox crossword

How Indigenous memories can help save species from extinction

Many people don’t want to work unless it’s from home

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Britney Spears speaks: “I’m so angry it’s insane”

The glaring problems with Tucker Carlson’s attempt to blame the FBI for the insurrection

The Supreme Court just handed down disastrous news for unions

On going back to the movies

Peloton’s mandatory treadmill memberships show how you never fully own your connected devices

Warren Buffett defends his approach to philanthropy as he quits the Gates Foundation board

The Supreme Court’s “cursing cheerleader” decision, explained

The fight over European values is playing out at Euro 2020

How heat waves form, and how climate change makes them worse

Democrats think now is their last, best chance to pass a big climate bill

The ever-changing pressures of running an Instagram business

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So, for the next pandemic....

Vox's German Lopez joins Matt and Dara to talk about the lessons we've yet to learn from Covid-19, and the pandemic playbook we'll be following next time

How TV therapy took on the pandemic

The stigma of the lonely woman

Reevaluating the gay bar

China is buying Muslim leaders’ silence on the Uyghurs

Tokyo’s Olympic Village will be very vaccinated

The doctors are not all right

Doctors need mental health support. Here’s why many aren’t getting it.

Why Britney Spears’s fans are convinced she’s being held captive

Marijuana legalization has won

Andrew Yang and the complexities of representation

The weird argument that offshore oil is good for the climate, debunked

Most college athletes can’t accept brand sponsorships or deals. That could soon change.

One Good Thing: A podcast that proves all heists are a little bit gay

The predetermined defeat of Democrats’ big voting rights bill

New York City’s tragic election circus

Everyone’s thirsty for friends

How your power company can remotely control your smart thermostat

The Supreme Court’s unanimous decision on paying NCAA student-athletes, explained

Democrats’ voting rights bill is a big test for Biden’s global democracy agenda

The soothing, slightly sinister world of productivity hacks

This progressive police reform bill is pretty popular