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Donald Trump’s black outreach isn’t for black voters. It’s for wavering white Republicans.


Don’t look at who Donald Trump says he’s speaking to. Look at who’s in the room when he says it. Yes, Trump has taken to addressing some portion of his stump speech to black voters.

The hippest internet cafe of 1995


One of New York City’s first internet cafes says a lot about how the early internet felt. Here’s its story, told by one of the founders.

Hillary Clinton’s press conference problem, explained


In a presidential election cycle when the media has felt unusually free from the conventional constraints of "both sides" reporting, mostly to Donald Trump’s detriment, there is one issue where the mainstream press has been willing to take the gloves off against Hillary Clinton: press conferences.

America’s bail system is a war on the poor. Let’s get rid of it.


The Department of Justice did something groundbreaking last week: It declared our nation’s bail system unconstitutional.

New leaks prove it: the NSA is putting us all at risk to be hacked


The National Security Agency is lying to us. We know that because of data stolen from an NSA server was dumped on the internet.

Big insurers have quit Obamacare. That means more shoppers only get one choice.


Healthcare.gov is on track to offer shoppers fewer options than ever before in 2017. Major insurers like Aetna and UnitedHealth have, in recent months, taken major steps to sharply reduce participation in Obamacare's insurance marketplaces.

Is Obamacare failing?


Three years ago, health economists believed Obamacare’s soon-to-launch marketplaces would grow to replace much of America’s fractured, complex, employer-based health insurance system.

Vox Sentences: How did an EpiPen get to costing $600?


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

How letting grad students unionize could change the labor movement and college sports


Graduate students at private colleges who work as teaching or research assistants have the right to form unions and bargain collectively, the National Labor Relations Board decided Tuesday.

How a Donald Trump loss may undermine right-wing populism in the US


My job as a professor teaching European politics in the US revolves around explaining European political events to Americans.

Michelle Obama is the most pop culture–friendly first lady in history. That isn’t an accident.


“First you get them to laugh, then you get them to listen.” Michelle Obama might seem like an unlikely cover subject for an entertainment magazine, but as Variety proves in an in-depth look at the first lady’s media presence, there’s a reason why and how she’s become such a prominent figure in her own right.

What it will take to make Silicon Valley affordable again


Silicon Valley has a major housing crisis. The median price of a home in Palo Alto, home to Stanford University, has reached $2.5 million — twice as much as five years ago.

The Olympics left Rio with a few improvements. And a frightening police violence problem.


The victims are mostly young and black. During the games alone, police killed eight people. One of the biggest scandals of the 2016 Olympics in Rio was the story of US swimmer Ryan Lochte’s admission to “overexaggerating,” as he called it, about an encounter with security guards at gas station in the early morning hours of August 14, along with swimming teammates Jack Conger, Gunnar Bentz, and James Feigen.

We asked 6 experts if Donald Trump's unpopularity will doom congressional Republicans


In most years, Ohio Sen. Rob Portman’s reelection bid would look like a sure bet. Portman is a popular Republican from a state that routinely elects Republicans to Congress.

EpiPen’s 400 percent price hike tells us a lot about what’s wrong with American health care


The EpiPen was invented in the 1970s by a biomedical engineer, Sheldon Kaplan, who was searching for a way to treat allergic reactions quickly.

The gender wage gap isn't about women's choices. It's about how we value their work.


Every April, advocates "celebrate" Equal Pay Day — which represents the extra four months the average US woman would have to work if she wanted to earn as much as the average man did just in the previous year. That's based on the average gender wage gap between male and female full-time workers, which currently stands at about 79 cents on the dollar for women.

Watch: Stephen Colbert says everything you wish you could say to Ryan Lochte


Ryan Lochte, via his lies about being robbed in Rio, has evolved from slightly lovable American oaf to American embarrassment.

Presidential debates 2016: schedule and what to expect


The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is scheduled to take place on Monday, September 26, 2016.

AMC's Halt and Catch Fire is set in tech's past. But it just might be TV's future.


The ’80s-set drama is tremendous television in season three. Nearly every time I’ve visited the set of a TV series — and I’ve visited my fair share — the cast and crew have uttered some variation on the following: "Oh, we’re all such good friends.

Zika is spreading in Florida. Here are 9 facts to calm you down.


With Zika moving through nearly every country in the Western Hemisphere over the past year and a half, it was only a matter of time before the virus made its way to the continental US.


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