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We asked all the 2020 Democrats how they’d fix child care. Here’s what they said.

The American child care system is failing everyone. Now it’s finally becoming an election issue.

“Elizabeth Warren called me!” is turning into a meme

Warren is calling her supporters to say thanks. It’s a savvy political strategy.

A Silicon Valley startup is trying to rebrand payday loans

Earnin promotes itself as a way to "get paid the minute you leave work."

The radical plan to change how Harvard teaches economics

Raj Chetty has an idea for introducing students to econ that could cause a seismic shift in the field.

The hasty plan to get Americans back on the moon by 2024, explained

If NASA’s going to pull this one off, it needs to get through an enormous to-do list.

How to get the most out of your exercise time, according to science

A simple guide to high-intensity interval training, or HIIT, the fitness trend du jour.

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Congress’s high-stakes budget fight to avert an economic crisis, explained

Poll: Most Americans disapprove of the Alabama abortion ban

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Nevada is lifting abortion restrictions, even as other states pass near-total bans

Why North Korea called Joe Biden an “imbecile” and “a fool of low IQ”

8,000 Amazon employees asked the company to do more on climate change. Shareholders just said no.

What’s behind Elizabeth Warren’s comeback in the polls

Airbnb is partnering with 23andMe to send people on “heritage” vacations

Disney’s live-action Aladdin is almost a charming rom-com — when it’s not a sluggish musical

Vox’s guide to where 2020 Democrats stand on policy

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America’s newest stock exchange wants to fix one of capitalism’s fundamental challenges

Mnuchin denies that an IRS memo contradicts his position on Trump’s taxes. Spoiler: It does.

Urban Outfitters is introducing a clothing rental service

Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters disagree over impeachment at closed-door meeting

The US-Iran standoff may be cooling off

This week’s European Parliament elections will test the strength of far-right populism

Cory Booker wants banks to stop charging so many overdraft fees

Jeopardy champion James Holzhauer’s phenomenal winning streak, explained

Exclusive: Sen. Tom Udall plans to force a vote to block funding for war with Iran

Trump to Congress: I’ll work with you on infrastructure — if you pass my trade deal

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The crisis of children dying in custody at the border, explained

Recode Daily: Crowdpac was a Kickstarter for political candidates. Now it’s out of business.

This federal agency is quietly, profoundly shaping climate policy

What Andrew Carnegie’s philanthropy can teach us about the mega-rich today

How the baby boomers wrecked the economy for millennials

Kirsten Gillibrand’s new policy platform is about making parenting affordable

Tech billionaires who donate millions are just “bribing society at large,” Anand Giridharadas says

What we know so far about Trump’s tax returns, explained

Vox Sentences: One step closer to Trump’s financial records

Theresa May offers a “new” Brexit plan, but nobody’s buying it

New poll shows black voters want 2020 candidates with big policy plans, not just big names

Hackers have been holding the city of Baltimore’s computers hostage for 2 weeks

McDonald’s workers are striking and suing the company — in the same week