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The Wall Streeters who actually like Elizabeth Warren

"I’m fully on board with soaking the rich, 100 percent, and if that involves me paying more taxes, let’s go."

How to stop looking at your phone

Don’t use it as an alarm, and other tips to break your insidious little habit.

The vaping illness outbreak is strengthening the argument for legalizing marijuana

Black market THC products are now a public health problem because regulations haven’t kept up.

“Latinx” is growing in popularity. I made a comic to help you understand why.

The gender-neutral term that’s supposed to be for everyone, well, isn’t.

How Congress plans to push back on Trump’s actions in Syria

The House is planning to move on Turkey sanctions next week. The Senate isn’t so sure.

Apple deleted a Hong Kong protest app. What does it mean for democracy around the world?

The company’s decision to bow to the Chinese government will have extensive implications around the world.

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Justin Trudeau won re-election on Tuesday, but it wasn't pretty.

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Kirstjen Nielsen was asked to answer for family separations after leaving office

Welcome to the October issue of Vox’s The Highlight

“It’s just a big illusion”: How homeopathy went from fringe medicine to the grocery aisles

Is it time for American cities to stop growing?

Pumpkin spice has taken over Trader Joe’s. Here’s why.

Vox Sentences: California, burning in the dark

Why WeWork founder Adam Neumann is getting $1.7 billion to leave the company he ran into the ground

White UConn students were arrested for shouting the n-word. Black students say the incident is part of a larger problem.

Read: Top State Department official’s testimony outlining Trump’s Ukraine quid pro quo

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Why the deal for striking GM workers is hardly a victory

Pennsylvania lawmakers want to ban abortion before many people know they’re pregnant

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Top US diplomat to Ukraine testifies there was a quid pro quo

Introducing Reset, a new podcast about how tech is changing our lives


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UK Parliament has advanced the Brexit bill

Boris Johnson wants Brexit by October 31. Parliament won’t let him have it.

The ignorance of Trump comparing impeachment to “a lynching,” explained

Almost every state in the country is now investigating Facebook

Airlines don’t usually hold connecting flights for delayed passengers. That could be changing.

A new poll finds strong support for the Supreme Court ending LGBTQ discrimination

Elizabeth Warren marches with Chicago teachers after releasing new K-12 education plan

Trump says his sons receiving foreign payments “would be the biggest story of the century”

The WeWork mess, explained

3 key solutions to California’s wildfire safety blackout mess

Skin care brand Sunday Riley got in trouble for writing fake reviews. It just settled with the FTC.

Is biohacking ethical? It’s complicated. A new Netflix series explains why.

Robots aren’t taking warehouse employees’ jobs, they’re making their work harder

The emoluments clause, explained for Donald Trump

The Hillary Clinton-Tulsi Gabbard feud, explained

The embarrassing epilogue to the media’s obsession with Hillary Clinton’s emails

The best $1.75 I ever spent: Hand sanitizer that allows me to exist in public

Why Joe Biden shouldn’t get complacent about South Carolina

The connections between Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein, and the National Enquirer, explained

Justin Trudeau’s Liberals won Canada’s election

Watch the final trailer for Star Wars: Episode IX — The Rise of Skywalker

Vox Sentences: School’s still out in Chicago

Zuckerberg isn’t done answering questions about Facebook’s political ads policy

Mark Zuckerberg is the new political villain for the Democratic Party

The last 72 hours in Brexit, explained