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“This is voter suppression”: black seniors in Georgia ordered off of bus to the polls

Voting rights advocates are accusing local officials of voter intimidation after the incident.

California and Florida voters could change the lives of millions of animals

Animal welfare, stalled in the legislature, could make major progress at the ballot box.

Republicans are ramming through more judges — by holding hearings when everyone is out of town

They’re doing so despite vocal Democratic opposition.

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Harvard is on trial. A group of Asian Americans is facing off against the college in court, where it might dismantle the very affirmative action law that was meant to help minorities.

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How meditation and psychedelic drugs could fix tribalism

Lady Gaga pegged her powerful Women in Hollywood speech to her suit. She didn’t need to.

How Ikea mastered the Gruen effect

Prominent evangelical leader on Khashoggi crisis: let’s not risk “$100 billion worth of arms sales”

The migrant caravan that has Trump threatening to cut Central American aid, explained

Judge bars Paul Manafort from wearing a suit at court hearings

The criminalization of blackness isn’t just about adults. It affects black kids too.

Will Mueller show his cards soon after the election? Here are 3 scenarios.

Nearly everything Meghan Markle has worn since her pregnancy announcement has sold out

Pat Cipollone is Trump’s new White House counsel

Fighting climate change won’t destroy the economy

The past 24 hours in Jamal Khashoggi news, explained

Why scientists are so worried by the huge, sudden loss of insects

How to make the economy great again: raise pay

An outbreak of acute flaccid myelitis, the polio-like illness, is affecting kids

The Conners killed off Roseanne via opioid overdose. The real Roseanne Barr is not happy.

Breast cancer awareness products profit off survivors’ suffering 

Toronto police to Canadians: stop snitching on your neighbors about marijuana

The Eastern Orthodox Churches may split. It’s the biggest crisis for these churches in centuries.

How the Roseanne revival evolved into The Conners — and became a better show in the process

Netflix bet on the long-ignored romantic comedy this summer. It paid off.

The deficit is rising, so Republicans want to cut Social Security and Medicare

These consumer advocates successfully boycotted Ivanka Trump. Now they’re turning to the ballot.

Marijuana is now for sale (legally) in Canada

Trump only wants to take credit for Republicans’ midterm outcomes if they win

Britain’s roiling Brexit crisis, explained

“You’re guilty until proven innocent”: Trump compares Saudi Arabia’s denials to Brett Kavanaugh

One in 10 potential Florida voters can’t legally vote. Amendment 4 could change that.

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Cherokee Nation citizens like me are used to people claiming our heritage. It’s exhausting.

Bail reform, which could save millions of unconvicted people from jail, explained

Lust meets wanderlust: why everyone uses travel photos on their dating profiles

Immigrant moms have had more preterm babies since Trump was elected

3 key moments in Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke’s final Senate debate

Vox Sentences: Russia and the second Great Schism

Nathan Fillion is a rookie cop, Black-ish is back, and more from the week in fall TV

Trump buys Saudi leader’s claim that he wasn’t involved in Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance

Mary Bono resigns as USA Gymnastics president

Trump tweeted he has no ties to Saudi Arabia. A Fox News account proved him wrong.

A guide to the 2018 midterm elections

The 2018 midterms could be pivotal for the future of the Trump administration. Here’s everything you need to know about who’s running, what to watch, and why it matters.

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