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Hey, look: the Trump and Clinton campaigns actually had a substantive climate debate

We heard virtually nothing about climate change in the presidential debates this year. The moderators avoided the topic like an ancient Egyptian curse, and Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton rarely delved into energy policy.

Why is Election Day on Tuesday, November 8?

Since Congress established Election Day, slavery was abolished and women gained the right to vote. This Tuesday, November 8, tens of millions of Americans will embark on the same ritual they have followed for years or decades: Every first Tuesday after the first Monday of November, they vote.

Brexit’s victory doesn’t mean the polls are wrong about Trump

For starters, the polls got Brexit right! Donald Trump has a simple answer for people who look at his flagging poll numbers and pronounce him toast: Brexit.

Nearly 1,000 counties will have just one insurer next year

Obamacare’s marketplaces aren’t just struggling with higher premiums — they’ll also have significantly less competition next year.

The last Russian leader to mess with a US election? Josef Stalin.

“We’ve never had anything like this happen in any of our elections before,” said Hillary Clinton at the final presidential debate, referring to the Russian-directed hacks aimed at influencing the US election.

An expert explains what is broken with Obamacare — and how to fix it

Larry Levitt has been thinking about and analyzing the Affordable Care Act and its insurance marketplaces since before the ACA was law.

Vox Sentences: ISIS is not going quietly in Mosul

Vox Sentences is your daily digest for what's happening in the world, curated by Dara Lind and Dylan Matthews.

The 150 top Republicans (and counting) who won’t support Donald Trump for president

For months, Donald Trump’s rise in the Republican Party silenced conservative elites. Unable to go against the public, yet weary of his bombast and seemingly lose party allegiance, traditional Republicans largely stayed out of primary politics.

11 scary, streamable foreign films to broaden your horror movie horizons

From Korean monsters to Mexican ghosts, your guide to vampires, vengeance, and gorefests from around the world.

2016’s marijuana legalization votes, explained

This November’s ballot initiatives could make 2016 the biggest year for marijuana legalization yet. By the end of the year, the number of people living in a state where marijuana is legal for recreational use could quadruple.

How Obamacare has fallen short, in one chart

Here’s one reason Obamacare’s marketplaces are struggling: They’re less than half as large as we thought they would be.

Native Americans like Renee Davis are ignored when police brutality is viewed as black and white

A part of ending police brutality is recognizing how it impacts different communities. Renee Davis, a pregnant 23-year-old Native American mother of three, was shot and killed by police on Muckleshoot tribal land in Washington state Friday evening.

France's "Jungle" refugee camp is being dismantled — and residents may have nowhere to go

The French government has officially begun dismantling the infamous “Jungle” migrant camp in the French city of Calais, which houses roughly 6,000 people and has been a potent symbol of Europe’s refugee crisis.

Salt crystals are beautiful. This oddly satisfying video shows how they form.

Watch single drops of water turn into crystals. “A single droplet contains the wonders of nature,” the following video asserts in its opening shot.

Self-driving trucks are here, but they won’t put truck drivers out of work — yet

Self-driving trucks are here. Otto, a self-driving truck startup that Uber acquired this summer, shipped a truckload of Anheuser-Busch beer across Colorado.

2 new polls suggest Americans are regaining faith in the police

Public opinion may be shifting, but the racial disparities in policing are still real. After a year in which pollsters found trust in police was historically low, it appears that Americans’ faith in law enforcement is rebounding.

Trump in 2014: “I don’t like to analyze myself because I might not like what I see”

No wonder he surrounds himself with sycophants. With two weeks to go before the presidential election, we know more about the psychology of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump than perhaps we’ve ever known about a presidential nominee in the modern era.

Bernie defended Clinton on her leaked emails — but he couldn't resist taking one shot

About one year ago, Bernie Sanders memorably told Hillary Clinton during a primary debate that the American people were “sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails.” It appears he still thinks they are.

6 reasons for the left to feel optimistic this election season

The surprising rise of Donald Trump — not to mention Republicans' dominance, for now, of Congress — offers plenty of reasons to be pessimistic about American politics.

Gilmore Girls on Netflix: what you need to know about the revival

Ever since the news broke that Gilmore Girls would get a new life on Netflix nine years after ending its run in 2007, speculation has been running wild.