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Susannah is an original Vox.com staffer. Previously, she was a science reporter here and an editor for five years over at Popular Science. She's also had stints at Scientific American and Discover magazines and once worked as a neuroscientist. She's pretty sure that robots will take over someday, and she hopes they'll be nice.

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One Year Later

A collection of stories about the coronavirus pandemic — what we’ve been through and where we go from here.

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Whose vote counts?

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

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We asked 2020 Democratic candidates 6 key questions on climate change

Here’s what they said.

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Looking back at the tumultuous 2010s

From the memes that broke the internet to the politics that broke us, Vox explains the moments that mattered this decade — on our fragile planet and beyond.

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We asked 2020 Democratic candidates 7 key questions on technology

From breaking up Facebook and Google to facial recognition technology in policing, here is how some 2020 Democrats think of the biggest issues in tech.

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We read all 25 National Book Award finalists for 2019. Here’s what we thought.

Every Saturday, Ezra Klein talks to reporters and experts to make sense of this historic event

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The best movies out this weekend

13 great films now in theaters.

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Marijuana legalization, explained

More states and countries are legalizing marijuana. Here’s what you need to know.

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Flow thinking

In a special four-part series presented by Dropbox, Ezra Klein talks to experts and groundbreaking pioneers about inspiration, creative thinking and how to focus on what matters. Find episodes here and click to listen.

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