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State Department talking points counter Trump’s optimistic message on Syria

"Turkey does not appear to be mitigating the humanitarian impact of its invasion and occupation of some parts of northeast Syria," one part reads.

Tulsi Gabbard calls Hillary Clinton “the queen of warmongers” in her latest clash with top Democrats

Why are Hillary Clinton and Tulsi Gabbard fighting? Tension between Gabbard and Democratic leaders goes way back.

How propaganda works in the digital age

Propaganda has evolved, and it’s transforming politics.

HBO’s Watchmen tells stories about America’s racist past in America’s racist present

Regina King, Damon Lindelof, and others tell us how they updated the legendary comic for this 2019 adaptation.

The 4 words that will decide impeachment

Ezra Klein and Gene Healy discuss the meaning of "high crimes and misdemeanors" on a new podcast, Impeachment, Explained.

Clinton’s email practices were risky but not malicious, State Department finds

Investigators found no "deliberate mishandling" of classified information by Clinton and her aides.

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Students across the country are graded by artificial intelligence. But does an algorithm really know how to write?

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US troops leaving Syria will fight ISIS from Iraq

Algorithms are grading student essays across the country. Can it really teach kids how to write better?

The UK Parliament just blew up Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans

A controversial Florida law stops some former felons from voting. A judge just blocked part of it.

In London, hundreds of thousands demand another chance to vote on Brexit

Capitalism is turning us into addicts

Vox Sentences: Impeachment, Day 24

No one expected The Athletic could get people to pay for sports news. Now it has 600,000 subscribers.

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Why a vote to close New York’s Rikers Island is being met with backlash

Rick Perry, a key figure in Trump’s dealings with Ukraine, will resign as energy secretary

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Barney the Dinosaur is getting a new movie. But is America ready?

Introducing Reset, a new podcast about how tech is changing our lives

Trump loves dictators. Erdogan is the latest to take advantage of that.

The problem with Amazon’s speedy shipping, in one graphic

In 1986, Watchmen skewered the way we love superheroes. It’s still as relevant as ever.

ABC’s Emergence blends Lost with This Is Us and adds a dash of E.T.

The Supreme Court will decide if Trump can fire the CFPB director. The implications are enormous.

Trump’s Dallas rally showed how untethered from reality his impeachment pushback is

Support for impeachment isn’t as high in battleground districts

When I twerked onstage with Lizzo, it was an act of political defiance

The White House admits to a Ukraine quid pro quo. Just not that one.

A new high-powered super PAC is going to spend millions to back Andrew Yang

The Syrian ceasefire the US brokered is already falling apart

House Democrats say migrants aren’t getting fair hearings at tent courts on the border

Netflix’s The Laundromat is certainly the most entertaining way to learn about the Panama Papers

Affordable housing is disappearing. So cities are designating parking lots to sleep in.

Impeachment is too important to leave to Congress — it’s going to take mass mobilization

Basic income can’t do enough to help workers displaced by technology

Netflix’s Tell Me Who I Am is a nearly unbelievable documentary about a dark secret

Brands are using Instagram to sell colored contacts. They might not be safe to wear.

Introducing Impeachment, Explained with Ezra Klein

How the abortion debate moved away from “safe, legal, and rare”

Vox Sentences: A bitter pill for Johnson & Johnson

The US and Turkey reached a Syrian ceasefire. But what does that mean?

The importance of Elijah Cummings’s fight for voting rights

The thousands of lawsuits against opioid companies, explained

“I sold my face to Google for $5”: Why Google’s attempt to make facial recognition tech more inclusive failed

Trump is still trying to collect citizenship data for redistricting