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How much control should Apple have over your iPhone?

Some say Apple’s App Store is a monopoly. Apple says it’s just giving customers what they want.

The Supreme Court appears really eager to force taxpayers to fund religious education

Carson v. Makin appears likely to end in another transformative victory for the religious right.

Why the Senate is making a one-time exception to the filibuster 

It’s a unique solution to avoid a debt default.

Wait, is Russia going to invade Ukraine?

A Russian troop buildup at Ukraine’s border threatens to intensify a long-running conflict.

The books that made us think and act differently this year

These book recommendations from the Vox staff will make you laugh, cry, and really think.

What Google’s trending searches say about America in 2021

Wolf haircuts and Wall Street: What Americans googled this year.

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The shooter's parents

The mass killing at Oxford High School in Michigan may seem comparable to those that preceded it, but the aftermath has taken several new turns.

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Black and Hispanic renters experience discrimination in almost every major American city

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The ocean’s rarest mammal has a few final lessons to teach us

A tiny porpoise called the vaquita has polarized a Mexican fishing town. The species is fighting for its life.

Elon Musk’s imaginary world

Kim Cattrall, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Sex and the City’s frenemy feud 

The US needs a clear Covid-19 goal now more than ever

BuzzFeed’s a public company. Now what?

Biden’s pre-K plan might not be as “universal” as he hopes

Who the pandemic’s next phase will hurt the most

What Peng Shuai’s rape accusation says about China

Antarctica was once a rainforest. Could it be again?


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Learning to love rent control

Does rent control actually control rent?

Israeli spyware was used against US diplomats in Uganda

One Good Thing: Money Heist, a joyful TV series about fighting the system

Biden’s bewildering decision to expand a Trump-era immigration policy

There need to be consequences for Rep. Lauren Boebert’s Islamophobic comments

Long hours make bad neighbors

NASA gave Jeff Bezos money to build his office park in space

Biden’s winter Covid plan is what a new normal might look like

Spotify Wrapped, unwrapped

How to know if omicron is as scary as it seems

This legendary 92-year-old biologist has some advice for saving Earth


Why the pope dresses like that

Why the government is constantly on the verge of shutting down

I changed my mind on rent control

Real estate has gone meta

The futuristic plan to fix America’s power grid

The religious right wants states’ tax dollars, and the Supreme Court is likely to agree

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The escalating costs of being single in America

Why is life in this country so hostile to single people?

In Flee, one Afghan refugee’s story comes to vibrant, animated life

To catch variants like omicron, the world needs to sequence way more virus genes

Virgil Abloh forever changed the relationship between fashion and language

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