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A better solution to Florida’s hurricane problem

Coral reefs can protect coastal cities from deadly floods, if only we keep them alive.

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Ken Paxton keeps running. Will his legal issues ever catch up?

Texas voters will get to render a verdict before the courts do.

What we get wrong about being in love

Carrie Jenkins on what philosophy can teach us about love and heartbreak.

The Bros and cons of being a huge, gay Hollywood rom-com

Bros wants to be a gay love story that doesn’t play it straight.

End-of-life planning with loved ones can be hard. Here’s where to start.

How to make sure you know what they want so you can honor their wishes without having to guess.

Stop worrying about what happens if we let kids transition. Worry about what happens if we don’t.

What’s so scary about a transgender child?

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The ’90s throwback no one wants

Elvedin Pasic lived through the Bosnian genocide in the early 1990s. So why is one of Bosnia’s leaders saying it never happened? And what happens if that leader, Milorad Dodik, wins a national election this weekend?

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Earth’s future depends on the Amazon. This weekend, it’s up for a vote.

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Two states, two visions for the future of labor

Who built Marilyn Monroe?

Climate change has come for the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitter

Take a mental break with the newest Vox crossword

Tech billionaires lost $315 billion in 2022 and it genuinely doesn’t matter

House Democrats are finally going after stock trading. There’s already a loophole.

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Why Queen Elizabeth II was queen of 15 countries

Hurricane Ian is about to crash into a very crowded Florida

What do true crime series like Dahmer owe the victims?

Looking for a sense of belonging? Start with being a good guest.

Chips are the new oil. There are no reserves.

Pop culture loves gender war stories. They leave something out.

 The mysterious ad slump of 2022

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Abbott and DeSantis: Stunt queens or policy makers?

Could relocating migrants in the US be a policy solution?

The unlikely allies who sank Joe Manchin’s energy deal

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What the Electoral Count Reform Act can prevent in the next election — and what it can’t

The universe is a dangerous place. NASA just showed it’s possible to defend Earth against it.

Riotsville, U.S.A. is a window onto the bizarre beginnings of police militarization

The child care crisis just keeps getting worse 

The Supreme Court case that’s likely to handcuff the Clean Water Act

What happened to giving money to charity?

Amazon’s robots are getting closer to replacing human hands

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Who’s really using up the water in the American West?

The many scandals of Don’t Worry Darling, explained

The rise of Giorgia Meloni, Italy’s new far-right prime minister, explained

39 years ago today, one man saved us from world-ending nuclear war

American trains aren’t great — but you should still take them anyway

The Supreme Court’s new term could be even more consequential than its last one

House of the Dragon gives us a time jump, a season reset, and two horrible childbirths

Russia’s mobilization won’t fix its military problems

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The 10 races that could decide Senate control

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