Welcome to Vox Sentences, our news bulletin breaking down the day's biggest stories. 1. A Tsipras for the rest of us Syriza chief Alexis Tsipras spontaneously bursts into song speaks to supporters after winning the election on January 25, 2015 in Athens, Greece.
The billionaire Koch brothers' network of wealthy conservative donors plans to raise $889 million for the 2016 elections, the Washington Post's Matea Gold and Politico's Ken Vogel reported Monday.
The upcoming blizzard in the Northeast is likely to be huge. But at least cities like New York are ready.
Vice President Joe Biden surprised Ellen DeGeneres on her birthday, using the opportunity on her show to ask people to sign up for Obamacare.
As if the Syria and Iraq conflicts weren't bad enough, here's some more alarming news: the influx of foreign fighters, which is to say foreigners volunteering to fight for Sunni militant groups such as ISIS or al-Qaeda, has reached an all-time high: as many as 20,000.
The government is forcing one of Dr. Oz's favorite supplement peddlers to pay out $9 million to consumers after making deceptive and unsubstantiated claims about weight loss products.
The footballs used by the New England Patriots during the first half of the AFC Championship were under-inflated, according to an NFL investigation.
Oprah Winfrey, according to her website, has 16 years worth of gratitude journals filled with 5 things per day that she's thankful for.
When Microsoft unveiled HoloLens, its new 3D glasses, last week, it released this video of developers singing the technology's praises: "This is the next generation of computing," one guy says.
A small drone flew onto the White House grounds and crashed shortly after 3 AM Monday morning. It was unarmed and immediately discovered, according to multiple reports.
New York Times columnist Charles Blow on Saturday sounded off on racial disparities in police use of force after his son, who is black and a student at Yale, was reportedly held at gunpoint by university police.
The House of Representatives is expected to vote this week on a bill that turns border security into a matter of zero tolerance: by 2020, every single person entering the US from Mexico illegally must be apprehended.
On Wednesday, January 21st, Bill and Melinda Gates made a very big, very public bet: "The lives of people in poor countries will improve faster in the next 15 years than at any other time in history," they wrote in their annual letter.
If you’re confused about whether salt is really the number one enemy of public health, you’re probably not alone.
As the Disneyland measles outbreak continues, Melinda Gates of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation took aim at the vaccine naysayers who make these types of disease outbreaks more likely.
Ever since the subprime mortgage crisis broke in 2008, certain corners have clung to a narrative that centers not on reckless risk-taking by big banks or poor regulatory oversight but on, well, poor people, and the policies meant to help them afford homes.
Dish Network's Sling TV service — which allows for streaming of live TV on supported smartphones, tablets, and other devices — seems from the outside like a game changer in terms of breaking cable's stranglehold on how Americans get TV.
Greece held an election on Sunday, which resulted in a big win for the far-left party Syriza while still leaving them short of a majority in parliament.
When we think of Hollywood, we think of women in large meticulously designed dresses on red carpets giving anecdotes about their upcoming movie or who made their jewelry.
On Sunday night, a woman who has dominion over our universe was crowned in Doral, Florida. It was the Miss Universe pageant.