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What happens to the law in a world without Ruth Bader Ginsburg?

Sloppy, purely partisan arguments are likely to prevail.

The promise and peril of the EU’s new asylum plan

The problem isn’t that the EU is doing too much. It’s that it’s not doing enough.

How the 2020 census is trying to overcome Covid-19, digital divides, and Trump to get an accurate count

Another court defeat for the Trump administration means people have until October 31 to fill out their census form.

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Justice For Breonna Taylor (Part II)

One of the three officers who shot at Breonna Taylor’s apartment was indicted ... for endangering her neighbors. Tessa Duvall from the Louisville Courier-Journal explains. And Vox’s Fabiola Cineas says the ruling isn’t surprising.

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RBG, minority rule, and our looming legitimacy crisis

China’s commitment to become carbon neutral by 2060, explained

 Why art matters at the end of the world

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The future of the vote

Tech and our democracy are more connected than ever before.

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Why Beethoven’s 5th Symphony matters in 2020

Daniel Cameron, the Trump-supporting attorney general in the Breonna Taylor case, explained

One Good Thing: The trick uniting the internet’s funniest videos

On climate change, oil and gas companies have a long way to go

10 delicious food movies

What we can learn about QAnon from the Satanic Panic

The case for more — many more — Americans

The Vox Senate interview: John Hickenlooper believes he can help revive bipartisanship in the Senate


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Dianne Feinstein, please listen to this episode!

Ezra and Matt discuss the past and future of the US Senate.

Republicans are losing the Colorado Senate race. Trump is a big reason why.

The truth about violent crime in American cities, explained in 11 charts

Amazon’s surveillance cameras fly now — which is unsettling


How the US keeps poor people from accessing abortion

Trump is proposing to limit student visas to two years for citizens of 59 countries

Trump made a rare public appearance in DC to pay his respects to RBG. It did not go well.

“It isn’t a question of politics”: Fauci on calling out Sen. Rand Paul’s misinformation

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The most dangerous conspiracy theory in 2020 isn’t about blood-sucking pedophiles

Critical race theory, and Trump’s war on it, explained

Pennsylvania’s naked ballot problem, explained

No cops were charged with Breonna Taylor’s death. This is how the system was designed.

“We’re gonna have to see what happens”: Trump’s comments about the peaceful transfer of power, explained

“I don’t want to be a nurse, a purse, or worse”: 5 seniors on dating online

Scientists fear the Western wildfires could lead to long-term lung damage

The commodification of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

How affluent people can end their mindless overconsumption

4 ways to make remote learning better for everyone

The shift to online education is worsening inequality. These schools have lessons that could help.

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Postal workers say they are ready for the mail-in voting surge

How Mitch McConnell is changing the Democratic Party

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