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The Supreme Court case that could gut America’s gun laws, explained

More than a century of gun laws are potentially on the chopping block.

How well can an AI mimic human ethics?

Meet Delphi, an AI that tries to predict how humans respond to ethical quandaries.

Biden’s plan to make your internet cheaper and better is one step closer

Net neutrality is back on the table.

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Chappelle's Show(down with the trans community)

Vox's Aja Romano explains how Dave Chappelle's latest standup special led to a reckoning at Netflix. Vulture's Craig Jenkins assesses whether there's anything funny in it.

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Why the US is always hitting a “debt ceiling”

Jeff Bezos wants a low-orbit office park to replace the ISS

Can a haunted house even scare us in 2021?

When a pandemic rages just outside our doors, maybe escapism is all we can hope for.

Immigrants could fix the US labor shortage

One Good Thing: A book that treats The Real Housewives as an academic text

The “ghost stores” of Instagram

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A contrarian take on the disinformation panic

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Is ignoring the pandemic a crime against humanity?

House isn’t selling? Blame the ghosts.

Realtor? Check. Appraiser? Check. Ghostbuster? Check.

Scream broke all the rules of horror — then rewrote them forever

Wall Street doesn’t care about the Facebook leaks. Mark Zuckerberg does.

Why your credit card company wants to give you crypto

Welcome to the Horror Issue

Why do banks charge a fee for not having enough money?

The horror century

From the first morbid films a hundred years ago, scary movies always been a dark mirror on Americans’ deepest fears and anxieties.

What will the Virginia and New Jersey governor’s races mean for Biden?

Succession turns a box of doughnuts into a stealthy statement about abuse

Supply chain chaos and inflation could last into 2022


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The case for and against open borders

Our open borders episode is here.

How biological detective work can reveal who engineered a virus

Pfizer’s clinical data puts the US one step closer to a Covid-19 vaccine for younger kids

What Dave Chappelle gets wrong about trans people and comedy

Who should get a Covid-19 booster shot right now?

The French Dispatch is peak Wes Anderson. I wish I loved it.

The Supreme Court’s very unusual new abortion orders, explained

What Democrats are still fighting over in the budget bill


How Vox built a YouTube channel with 10 million subscribers

How you’ll know when Covid-19 has gone from “pandemic” to “endemic”

Why Dune endures

The future of vaccine mandates will likely come down to Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett

MLMs might not be able to get away with their shady promises much longer

The fate of the planet will be negotiated in Glasgow

Poaching is altering the genetics of wild animals

Remote work is bringing the city to the suburbs

How New York overengineered its million-dollar vaccine passport

Why Fannie Lou Hamer’s definition of “freedom” still matters

It’s time for Americans to buy less stuff

Democrats’ winnowing health care ambitions

Democrats are setting up social policies for painful cliffs

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