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The Republican Party is an authoritarian outlier

Compared to center-right parties in developed democracies, the GOP is dangerously far from normal.

How to save the economy for everyone

"This crisis is far worse than the one that we faced in 2008."

Trump at the UN: America is good, China is bad

The president portrayed the US as a benevolent, responsible world leader — and China as the world’s aggressor.

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The fight over Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat has already begun, but let’s not forget to celebrate her legendary life.

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You can now personalize your iPhone home screen. People are already making it weird. 

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It’s easier than ever to find out how your favorite websites are tracking you

Making sense of Marvel’s delightfully bizarre WandaVision trailer

After 6 months and $1.8 billion, Quibi wants a new owner. That will be a hard sell.

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America’s voter suppression problem

Trump says the US is “out of Syria.” But more US troops are heading there.

Can the Senate vote on a replacement for Justice Ginsburg before the election?

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“It’s kinda like a first date”: Making the most of starting a new job remotely

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Trump and Biden want you to believe they’re more anti-war than they are

Minority rule in America

Trump’s weekend rallies showed just how unhinged his campaign is

Covid-19 taught companies how to run remote offices. That could transform developing countries.

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The price — and big potential payoff — of turning Texas blue

Democrats are starting to take Texas seriously as a battleground state.

The Vox Senate interview: Doug Jones on how Democrats can win in the South

Why the Senate’s most endangered Democrat thinks he can win, again