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How should billionaires spend their money to fight climate change? I asked 9 experts.

Is it better to invest in developing clean energy technologies, say, or in trying to get a Democrat elected president?

If you are a unionized journalist, this labor ruling should worry you

America’s top labor law enforcer’s decision may have troubling implications for media unions.

Climate change lawsuits are not going away

More cities and children are demanding their day in court while key decisions are pending in other cases.

10 lessons for Disney, Apple, and all the new streaming companies trying to take down Netflix

Advice from two veterans of Amazon and Hulu.

Fare evasion costs cities millions. But will cracking down on it solve anything?

New York City has increased policing to curb fare dodging. It’s resulted in outrage and protests from some riders.

Why is SMS texting a mess? Fixing it is harder than you think.

The technology we take for granted is actually quite outdated. This episode of Reset uncovers how it might totally change in 2020.

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The best case for and against a fracking ban

Disney says its new Disney+ streaming service is so popular you can’t stream it

Trump’s attempt to smear DACA recipients as “hardened criminals” is untethered from reality

The new Sonic the Hedgehog trailer gives Sonic a much-needed glow-up


How Mars photos inspired the first CGI

Vox Sentences: The bad E in e-cigarettes

How Heroes of the Fourth Turning, about Catholic intellectuals, became one of fall’s buzziest plays

Why alt-right trolls shouted down Donald Trump Jr.

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Impeachment, explained

The Seattle politician Amazon tried to oust has declared victory

The one big policy change 2020 Democrats want to make for veterans, explained

Trump’s big veterans health care plan has hit a snag

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China’s fight with the NBA, explained

WeWork is reportedly in talks to hire a new CEO, and he’s a character

Martin Scorsese’s fight against Marvel isn’t really about Marvel movies

Trump’s lie about impeachment transcripts is one of his laziest yet

Singles Day is China’s biggest shopping holiday. Why hasn’t America caught on?

A demonstrator was shot and a man set on fire in Hong Kong’s protests

The number of migrants apprehended at the southern border has plummeted 75% since May

Peter King is the 20th House Republican to announce their retirement

Bloomberg’s Matt Levine explains Wall Street, WeWork, and how to leave Goldman Sachs for a much lower-paying job

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Clean energy technologies threaten to overwhelm the grid. Here’s how it can adapt.

The centralized, top-down power grid is outdated. Time for a bottom-up redesign.

How Burning Cane’s 19-year-old director made his haunting tale of religion in the South

Vitamin E acetate is a key culprit in the vaping illness outbreak

Pregnant people are being offered an unproven treatment to “reverse” abortions

My husband was a veteran living in shame. He died from an opioid addiction.

Why the Elián Gonzalez saga resonates 20 years later

How social media makes us antisocial

What the battle over a 7-year-old trans girl could mean for families nationwide

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The post-truth prophets

Postmodernism predicted our post-truth hellscape. Everyone still hates it.

3 ways the Supreme Court could decide DACA’s fate

The battle over DACA comes to the Supreme Court

New Hampshire’s 2020 status anxiety

I’ve eaten a meal replacement shake twice a day for two years. Here’s what it was like.

Watchmen expands ever further in an episode that introduces even more new characters

House Democrats deny Republicans’ request for whistleblower testimony

Bolivian President Evo Morales resigns following mass protests

Democrats aren’t sure Bloomberg should run for president. A new poll suggests voters aren’t either.