clock menu more-arrow no yes

Top Stories

These are the trade-offs we make when we depend on billionaires to save us

Now more than ever, the coronavirus crisis has Americans living in tech billionaires’ world.

Acting Navy secretary resigns after calling ousted coronavirus-stricken captain “stupid”

Thomas Modly is now on his way out, just days after relieving Capt. Brett Crozier of command.

The US doesn’t just need to flatten the curve. It needs to “raise the line.”

How everybody can do their part to help doctors fight coronavirus, in one chart.

Covid-19 is disproportionately taking black lives

Hundreds of years of racism has delivered poor health and economic outcomes for black people, making them more vulnerable in the pandemic.

Many small businesses are being shut out of a new loan program by major banks

After the launch of the Paycheck Protection Program, some businesses are just trying to find a lender that will consider their application.

How coronavirus is changing the ways we grieve and mourn the dead

"The normal healing process has been disrupted," a rabbi told Vox.

Daily Podcast

Today, Explained

Podcast Cover Art

Subscribe Now

"The Great Equalizer"

Madonna was wrong. Covid-19 isn't an equalizer. It's coming for America's most vulnerable populations.

The Latest

400,000 cases later, Trump defends his February claim that the coronavirus was going away on its own

This stream has:

Wisconsin primary election: April 7, 2020

What you should know about Jack Dorsey’s surprising $1 billion commitment to charity

Is the coronavirus airborne? It’s complicated.

Trump’s daily coronavirus press briefings are becoming TV clip shows

Trump’s new press secretary has a history of birtherism and wildly inaccurate coronavirus takes

Filed under:

The Vox guide to navigating the coronavirus crisis

How to navigate society’s new normal.

View All Stories

Trump’s promotion of unproven drugs is cause for alarm, but not because he’s making money off it

Vox Crossword

From Vox Media

We're building great things, and we need your talent.

Wisconsin voters are waiting in 5-hour lines in the middle of a deadly pandemic

Wisconsin’s Election Day is a public health disaster

Can Trump cancel the November election?

Wisconsin is still holding an election Tuesday. Here’s when we might see results.

New York’s battle with coronavirus continues, Boris Johnson remains in ICU: Tuesday’s coronavirus news

The evidence for using hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19 is flimsy

Trump said “nobody could have predicted” coronavirus. White House memos show his advisers did.

America’s emergency medical stockpile is almost empty. Nobody knows what happens next.

Jared Kushner, Peter Navarro, and our epidemic of overconfidence

The tech sector is finally delivering on its promise

Michael Lewis explains how the Trump administration puts us all at risk of catastrophe

Subscribe Now

Reset

Podcast Cover Art

Subscribe Now

Your phone knows if you're staying at home

Your phone knows if you're staying at home

Filed under:

How to find a therapist during the Covid-19 pandemic

What day is it today?

This week in TikTok: Maybe don’t do the “mugshot challenge”

Dalgona coffee, PowerPoint parties, and bread baking: The micro-trends of quarantine

The Supreme Court’s disturbing order to effectively disenfranchise thousands of Wisconsin voters

Filed under:

The 2020 election calendar

“You’re a third-rate reporter”: Trump lashes out in response to questions about damning IG report

Wisconsin Supreme Court rules on partisan lines to require state to hold election on Tuesday

How to survive quarantine, in 215 songs

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsen

The word game over hovers above a Pac-Man arcade screen
Play

The 8-bit arcade font, deconstructed

Understand the unfolding coronavirus pandemic with these Vox podcast episodes

Filed under:

Is it ethical to hire babysitters, delivery services, and cleaners right now?

Russia’s growing coronavirus outbreak and its challenge to Vladimir Putin, explained

Trump says the federal coronavirus effort has been “incredible.” His own government disagrees.

What we know about the tiger with Covid-19 — and how the disease affects other animals

America braces for a difficult week, Boris Johnson is hospitalized: Monday’s coronavirus news

“We are on our own”: How the coronavirus pandemic is hurting child care workers

You can’t use ventilators without sedatives. Now the US is running out of those, too.

Cut your own hair. Dye it pink. In quarantine, there are no rules.