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It sure sounds like Roe v. Wade is doomed

Republicans have long promised to appoint justices who will overrule Roe. They’ve probably succeeded.

Booster shots today could fight omicron tomorrow

The CDC is encouraging Covid-19 booster shots now while we wait on more omicron variant data. Here’s why.

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

An emboldened religious right wants the public to pay for its schools.

Real estate has gone meta

You can now be a landlord in the metaverse.

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

It’s one of 2021’s best films.

The quest for a power grid that can withstand extreme weather

America’s grid isn’t ready for climate change. Here’s how to fix that.

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Unraveling Roe

The Supreme Court today heard oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health. Vox’s Ian Millhiser explains how the Court could undo Roe v. Wade without overruling it.

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

Virgil Abloh forever changed the relationship between fashion and language

Biden’s latest travel ban is “probably a waste of time”

Spend the winter reading novels of our online brains

How the faltering global vaccination effort paved the way for alarming variants

Take a mental break with the newest Vox crossword

Venus could have been a paradise but turned into a hellscape. Earthlings, pay attention.

December’s buzziest movies bring a wild movie year to a close

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Amazon’s strategy to squeeze marketplace sellers and maximize its own profits is evolving

Congress is getting ready to do what it does best: Procrastinate

Netflix’s cute, whimsical “City of Ghosts” has layers for both parents and kids to enjoy

“Indie Sleaze” and “Internet Awesomesauce”: Meet the woman schooling TikTok on niche aesthetics

A criminal justice expert’s guide to donating effectively

Want to fight climate change effectively? Here’s where to donate your money.


Why the US government is always shutting down

Remembering Stephen Sondheim

Twitter is again losing Jack Dorsey, its multitasking, wizard-bearded visionary

Americans are busy shopping all year round. Where did that leave Black Friday?

4 big questions about the new omicron variant


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Defund the police?

German, Jerusalem, and Dylan walk through the pros and cons of defunding the police as a policy proposal.

Want to help animals? Here’s where to donate your money.

The remote work revolution hasn’t happened yet

The ghosts of our motel

Giving Tuesday, explained

Want to donate to charity? Here are 10 guidelines for giving effectively.

How the Supreme Court could overrule Roe v. Wade without overruling Roe v. Wade

Congress is facing a December time crunch. Here’s what to expect.

It’s time to stop demonizing “invasive” species

What you need to know about the omicron variant

One Good Thing: How fashion became a part of The Nanny’s legacy

Prices for food and gas are rising sharply. Is health care next?

How Puerto Rico became the most vaccinated place in America

Licorice Pizza proves Paul Thomas Anderson is a master of unexpected romance

In Sondheim’s Assassins, cornball Americana can’t cover a seething mass of violent rage

Why the future of animal welfare lies beyond the West

Did you (or your dog) eat a suspicious mushroom? These very online mycologists want to help.

The modern family

Amid distance and estrangement and strain, some are happily replacing the clans they’re born into with chosen families.

The best $78.51 I ever spent: A knife just like my grandfather’s

Why Democrats shouldn’t cut paid leave from their social spending bill

Lawyers left racism out of the trial over Ahmaud Arbery’s death. Here’s why.

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