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Michael Lewis explains how the Trump administration puts us all at risk of catastrophe

Trump’s botched coronavirus response isn’t the first time his administration has put Americans at risk. And it won’t be the last.

The tech sector is finally delivering on its promise

The internet has been a productivity bust — until now, when it’s emerged as vital.

Trump said “nobody could have predicted” coronavirus. White House memos show his advisers did.

Trump was warned the coronavirus could kill 2 million Americans. Three days later, he said it was going away.

The evidence for using hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19 is flimsy

Why experts say we need clinical trials before using the drug to treat the coronavirus.

Dalgona coffee, PowerPoint parties, and bread baking: The micro-trends of quarantine

Why it might feel like everyone you know is doing the exact same thing at home.

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How to find a therapist during the Covid-19 pandemic

Telehealth options have exploded and some insurers are waiving copays, making mental health treatment more accessible during this stressful time.

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The immunity test

A vaccine will take a while, but Vox's Umair Irfan says the global effort to test for immunity and treat Covid-19 is well underway.

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Wisconsin’s Election Day is a public health disaster

Can Trump cancel the November election?

Why New York has 12 times as many coronavirus deaths as California

Wisconsin is still holding an election Tuesday. Here’s when we might see results.

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The Vox guide to navigating the coronavirus crisis

How to navigate society’s new normal.

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New York’s battle with coronavirus continues, Boris Johnson remains in ICU: Tuesday’s coronavirus news

America’s emergency medical stockpile is almost empty. Nobody knows what happens next.

Jared Kushner, Peter Navarro, and our epidemic of overconfidence

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This week in TikTok: Maybe don’t do the “mugshot challenge”

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The 2020 election calendar

“You’re a third-rate reporter”: Trump lashes out in response to questions about damning IG report

Wisconsin Supreme Court rules on partisan lines to require state to hold election on Tuesday

How to survive quarantine, in 215 songs

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsen

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The 8-bit arcade font, deconstructed

Understand the unfolding coronavirus pandemic with these Vox podcast episodes

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Is it ethical to hire babysitters, delivery services, and cleaners right now?

Russia’s growing coronavirus outbreak and its challenge to Vladimir Putin, explained

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Your phone knows if you're staying at home

Your phone knows if you're staying at home

Trump says the federal coronavirus effort has been “incredible.” His own government disagrees.

What we know about the tiger with Covid-19 — and how the disease affects other animals

America braces for a difficult week, Boris Johnson is hospitalized: Monday’s coronavirus news

“We are on our own”: How the coronavirus pandemic is hurting child care workers

You can’t use ventilators without sedatives. Now the US is running out of those, too.

Cut your own hair. Dye it pink. In quarantine, there are no rules.

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Everything you need to know about making your own face mask

Quibi — the new short-form streaming service for your phone — explained

I was food insecure for years. Affluent people finally understand a little of what it’s like.

Chart: The coronavirus pandemic, state by state

In the 1970s, “Mamma Desta” turned Ethiopian food into an American fascination. So why did fame elude her?

How the US stacks up to other countries in confirmed coronavirus cases

Elizabeth Warren has a plan for this, too

“We’re being punished again”: How people with intellectual disabilities are experiencing the pandemic

How factories are making face masks, ventilators, and hand sanitizer

“Kill your earnings”: Jim Cramer’s surprising take on the coronavirus crisis

Consumers were slammed in the Great Recession. The CFPB’s former director warns worse could be on the way.

The controversy over a Navy captain’s firing following his warning about coronavirus, explained

Trump has nominated one of his lawyers to oversee coronavirus relief funds

Report: The Trump administration didn’t order ventilators or masks until mid-March