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Justin Trudeau’s Liberals won Canada’s election

He survived the scandals.

The embarrassing epilogue to the media’s obsession with Hillary Clinton’s emails

Maybe Clinton’s emails shouldn’t have been covered as if they were the single most important issue facing 2016 voters?

The Hillary Clinton-Tulsi Gabbard feud, explained

Neither of them come out looking particularly good.

The best $1.75 I ever spent: Hand sanitizer that allows me to exist in public

As someone with cerebral palsy, moving through the world by myself means I have to make a lot of contact with less-than-clean surfaces.

The emoluments clause, explained for Donald Trump

It’s not phony.

Robots aren’t taking warehouse employees’ jobs, they’re making their work harder

A new report says that automation won’t wipe out warehouse jobs in the short term but it may make them worse.

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Where are the troops going?

President Trump is pulling out of Syria while sending more troops to Iraq and Saudi Arabia.

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3 key solutions to California’s wildfire safety blackout mess

Skin care brand Sunday Riley got in trouble for writing fake reviews. It just settled with the FTC.

Is biohacking ethical? It’s complicated. A new Netflix series explains why.

Watch the final trailer for Star Wars: Episode IX — The Rise of Skywalker

Vox Sentences: School’s still out in Chicago

Zuckerberg isn’t done answering questions about Facebook’s political ads policy

Mark Zuckerberg is the new political villain for the Democratic Party

The last 72 hours in Brexit, explained

We deserve a better Medicare-for-all debate

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Freelance journalists are mad about a new California law. Here’s what’s missing from the debate.

The past 24 hours in Syria news, explained

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Mitt Romney has a secret Twitter account named “Pierre Delecto”

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

Republican and Democratic lawmakers are distancing themselves from Trump’s foreign policy

This is a worst-possible wildfire scenario for Southern California

Meghan and Harry are taking a break from their royal duties. This isn’t surprising.

Facebook banned more fake Russian and Iranian accounts

Team Trump’s efforts to spin Mulvaney’s quid pro quo confession are not going well


The problem with the endangered species list

Poll: Pete Buttigieg joins the list of presidential frontrunners in Iowa

Drug companies reach $260 million deal with Ohio counties over role in opioid epidemic

Google’s attempt to shut down a unionization meeting just riled up its employees

How meritocracy harms everyone — even the winners

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Travel has never been “authentic”

Visiting Iceland in the age of overtourism.

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“America’s surrender”: What Afghans think about US-Taliban peace talks

Many Afghans fear US-Taliban peace talks are coming at their own expense.

Halloween costumes have a size problem

6 comic book callbacks from Watchmen’s series premiere

Watchmen plunges straight through the funhouse mirror into another 2019

I think HBO’s Watchmen is tremendous television. Lots of people will strongly disagree.

UK leaders insist Brexit will happen by October 31 despite an extension request

US troops leaving Syria will fight ISIS from Iraq

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

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

Trump won’t host the G7 at his Miami resort after all

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

How propaganda works in the digital age

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

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

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