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Am I asymptomatic, or do I just really not want to have Covid-19? A guide.

Asymptomatic means you really, truly have no symptoms.

Could a 54-year-old civil rights law be revived?

Decades after Martin Luther King Jr.’s fight, American cities still segregate communities by race and class.

Is confidence a cult? These sociologists think so.

A new book aims to show why directives to "just be more confident!" are so harmful.

What you need to know about Biden’s free rapid test program

You can now order free Covid-19 rapid tests that will be delivered to your mailbox — but you’ll only get a few.

We’ll never have a normal flu season again

This terrible Covid and flu season is a preview of the post-pandemic normal.

How to sponsor an Afghan refugee family

Americans have an incredible new opportunity to do good.

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The James Webb Space Telescope

This Sunday, the greatest telescope in the history of humanity is scheduled to reach its destination nearly a million miles away from Earth. Vox’s Unexplainable explored what it will do when it gets there.

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Vox’s audience support program, explained

A physicist’s lessons about race, power, and the universe

One Good Thing: ABC’s Abbott Elementary breathes new life into the mockumentary

TV’s buzziest shows aren’t trying to trick viewers anymore

How seditious conspiracy charges change the January 6 narrative

The Christian right brings a Supreme Court case it actually deserves to win

Take a mental break with the newest Vox crossword

Even Tories are over Boris Johnson’s scandals after “Partygate”

The Supreme Court can’t get its story straight on vaccines

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The pipeline at the center of geopolitical drama

The intimacy of the TV star death

This is what long-term immunity to Covid-19 might look like

Nearly half the world’s kids are exposed to dangerous levels of lead

The most consistently botched part of the US pandemic response

Kyrsten Sinema’s opposition to filibuster reform rests on a myth

Earth is running low on wildlife. Plants will be next.

Protecting voting rights isn’t enough to save democracy

The true cost of Amazon’s low prices

A syllabus for a new world

Texas shows the dangers of indifference to omicron


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What BBB means for climate policy

Can the White House and Congress see eye-to-eye on climate?

Is Covax finally going to vaccinate the world?

The empty promise of instant delivery

The lesson America refuses to learn about Covid-19 and the economy

Can randomly selected citizens govern better than elected officials?

The Supreme Court takes up a case, brought by Ted Cruz, that could legalize bribery

The latest data on US climate pollution is very bad

Virtual reality is reality, too

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After the Beanie Baby bubble burst

What happens when the frenzy ends and the world doesn’t value your valuables?

The FTC’s antitrust case against Facebook is going forward after all

Biden changed his mind on the filibuster. It’s not enough.

Stop calling workers “low skill”

The misery of the Hype House

Omicron is exploding. Here’s what to do if you’re exposed.

A new era for the American worker

Rapid tests, omicron, and you


Why the US photographed its own WWII concentration camps

In Station Eleven, the end of the world is a vibrant, lush green

Colors: Where did they go? An investigation.

Time is running out. Here’s how the climate movement can level up.

The high-risk, high-reward stakes of building a more radical movement.

The West has a few bargaining chips to stop Russia from invading Ukraine

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