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The Trump campaign spent months portraying Biden as senile. That might be a mistake.

Trump lowered the bar for Biden’s debate performance. Why?

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What Biden can do to fix Trump’s Covid-19 mess

Covid-19 will be Biden’s first big challenge if he wins. Here’s what experts say he should do.

What Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court would mean for abortion rights

Her confirmation could be a step toward the end of Roe v. Wade.

The Trump tax scandal is an indictment of the president — and the system

Donald Trump’s tax scheme and the system that let him get away with it for so long

Trump could be in a lot of legal hot water if he loses the election

The presidency shields him from charges of tax fraud, campaign finance violations, obstruction, and more.

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The controversial 1994 crime law that Joe Biden helped write, explained

The 1994 "tough on crime" law remains a big topic of debate.

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Amy Coney Barrett

President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee first garnered attention after being questioned about her Catholic faith. Vox’s Ian Millhiser says that attention likely motivated her nomination.

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Vox’s audience support program, explained

What Trump has done to the courts, explained

How to watch the first presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump

The Trump administration is still trying to end the census early, despite a court order

Kentucky AG to release the grand jury recording in Breonna Taylor case

Trump says “Russia, if you’re listening” was a joke. There’s tape to prove otherwise.

Who does Trump owe hundreds of millions of dollars to?

Why it’s so difficult to abolish sororities and fraternities

The Supreme Court is too powerful and anti-democratic. Here’s how we can scale back its influence.

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Emma Chamberlain and the business of being relatable

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Whose vote counts, the Netflix series, explained

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Why are you seeing this digital political ad? No one knows!

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Trump’s adversarial relationship with presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace, explained

The case for Senate Democrats to boycott Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing, briefly explained

How Biden — or Trump — could win 270 electoral votes

Amazon will now let you pay with your palm in its stores

Pennsylvania’s naked ballot problem, explained

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Coronavirus is in the air. Here’s how to get it out. 

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Joe Biden’s plan to beat the coronavirus


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Debate breakdown coming tomorrow!

Check back for an in-depth breakdown of the first presidential debate with Matt and Ezra tomorrow at noon!

What Trump’s taxes tell us about his foreign entanglements

Miranda July’s enduring love for the weirdo in all of us

The rise in murders in the US, explained

Here’s how much you had to make in 2017 to pay more income tax than Donald Trump

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What people get wrong about herd immunity, explained by epidemiologists

One Good Thing: Vintage Nintendo games are good vibes made playable

Oregon already votes by mail. Here’s what it can teach us in 2020.

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The first 2020 presidential debate

Experts say Covid-19 cases are likely about to surge

Everything’s scary. What’s Halloween going to be like?

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The Supreme Court is about to hit an undemocratic milestone

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Whose vote counts?

Additional resources for Vox’s new Explained miniseries on Netflix.

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We now know what Trump was trying to hide by holding back his tax returns

Sen. Lindsey Graham lays out a swift schedule for confirming Trump’s Supreme Court nominee

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Joe Biden maintains a steady lead over Donald Trump in national polling

Another top Democrat signals openness to abolishing the filibuster

Poll: Half of Americans who lost their job during the pandemic still don’t have one

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President Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court