A collection of Vox's longreads and feature reporting projects.
HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel reveals a period of turbulence and upheaval for Daenerys’s formidable family.
Launch House promised young tech founders community. A Vox investigation found what happens when clout and cash are paramount, and protecting members falls by the wayside.
It’s all about managing your social battery.
How urban planning contributed to the great undoing of modern friendship.
Platonic breakups can be just as painful as romantic ones.
As its role in society recedes, Vox asked six people to tell us why their friendship matters — and may just be the most meaningful relationship of their lives.
More than 2,000 species worldwide are considered lost. Could finding them avert extinctions?
More institutions are making note of indigenous rights to land. Does it make a difference?
In the early 1990s, few corners of the military were as misogynistic as the world of fighter pilots. These women Naval officers would break barriers to fly in combat.
Pandemic-related hate crimes against Asian Americans have left many feeling unsafe in public. The consequences of missed health care will have lasting effects.
The holiday observes the emancipation of enslaved people. Let it also be a time to consider the hypocrisies of the American experiment.
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What’s next for the face of America’s new labor movement.
Even as ginseng, St. John’s wort, and other herbs grow in popularity, the region is struggling to keep its age-old practice of herbalism alive for a new generation.
Six months of payments lifted millions of children out of poverty. Then they stopped.
Tracking down the sources of abortion pills, a brewing internal schism over arresting pregnant people — welcome to the post-Roe future.
The video game industry’s clumsy flirtation with Web3 doesn’t feel like it has actual players in mind.
Author Eyal Press on the nation’s most morally troubling labor — and why many refuse to acknowledge it.
Public opinion, states, and even the GOP have come around to the idea of legal weed. So how hard is it to finally get done?
Restrictive states have already set their sights on a new wave of telehealth companies that were supposed to be a panacea for a post-Roe world.
The new, easy-to-take antivirals are now on pharmacy shelves. This is who they stand to help the most.
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Dylan Scott guides you through the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic and the health care policies that matter most.