It’s not overreacting to prepare for coronavirus. Here’s how

5 things you can do now to get ready for an outbreak. | Continue reading


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Walmart is quietly working on an Amazon Prime competitor called Walmart+

Amazon Prime has devastated traditional retail. Walmart is about to fight back. | Continue reading


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Starbucks: A Reconsideration

As the coffee giant approaches its 50th birthday and 32,000th store, what exactly does Starbucks even mean anymore? | Continue reading


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The Awakening of Norman Rockwell

For decades, the artist’s Saturday Evening Post covers championed a retrograde view of America. This is the story of the politically turbulent 1960s, a singular painting, and Rockwell’s unlikely change of heart. | Continue reading


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The War on Israeli Democracy

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has attacked the foundations of democracy. If he wins his 2020 reelection bid, things could get a lot worse. | Continue reading


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Want to fight climate change effectively? Here’s where to donate your money

These are six of the most high-impact, cost-effective, evidence-based organizations. You may not have heard of them. | Continue reading


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How coronavirus could force the work-from-home movement

Amid fears of a global pandemic, working from home is gaining more acceptance. | Continue reading


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Is Sanders electable? New research from political science

New research suggests Sanders would drive swing voters to Trump — and need a youth turnout miracle to compensate. | Continue reading


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Amazon is opening a supermarket with no cashiers. Is Whole Foods next?

The new Amazon Go store concept debuts on Tuesday in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. | Continue reading


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Free TurboTax alternative now belongs to TurboTax

Intuit just spent $7.1 billion to buy Credit Karma, the popular free credit monitoring and tax filing service. | Continue reading


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Coronavirus looks more like a pandemic: Italy, South Korea and Iran report cases

Health experts say it’s time to prepare for worldwide spread on all continents. | Continue reading


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The ordinary rules no longer apply when the Trump administration shows up in court. | Continue reading


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Google’s education tech has a privacy problem

New Mexico’s attorney general sued the company, claiming its school tools continue to track kids after the final bell. | Continue reading


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Odd Job: What’s it like to be a real-life Disney princess?

A former Disney World employee describes working her way up from playing Winnie the Pooh to Mulan and Pocahontas. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 7 days ago

What Jeff Bezos isn’t telling us about his $10B climate pledge

The Amazon CEO is being vague about some very big questions. | Continue reading


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America’s monopoly problem, explained by your internet bill

We should be asking the government and corporate America how we got here. Instead, we just keep handing over our money. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 10 days ago

A new book explains why you, dear reader, are part of the problem. | Continue reading


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Facebook’s political ad problem, explained by an expert

"I think Facebook is the most afraid": an interview with former Facebook security executive Alex Stamos. | Continue reading


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This animation shows what would happen if leap years didn’t exist

Here’s why we have a leap year (almost) every four years. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 12 days ago

Having fewer kids will not save the climate

Some say you shouldn’t have children in the era of climate change. Don’t buy it. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 14 days ago

Self-driving cars turned out to be harder than expected

In the age of AI advances, self-driving cars turned out to be harder than people expected. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 14 days ago

Amazon can’t end fake reviews, but its new system might drown them out

The company’s new one-tap star rating feature seeks to get more customer feedback ... from actual customers. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 14 days ago

Deadly pathogens have escaped the lab – over and over again

Research into dangerous viruses and bacteria is important, but for the deadliest pathogens, it’s not clear the benefits are worth the risks. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 15 days ago

Larry Ellison Is Hosting a Fundraiser for Donald Trump

It’s the most significant endorsement that Trump has gotten from a Silicon Valley leader. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 16 days ago

The insane history of how American paranoia ruined and censored comic books

The Comics Code was the single most awful thing to happen to comic books and American creativity. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 16 days ago

DoorDash’s anti-worker tactics just backfired spectacularly

When dividing and conquering goes wrong. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 16 days ago

New social network makes an old bet: That we want to hear from rich people

But do people care anymore what tech billionaires have to say? | Continue reading


@vox.com | 16 days ago

She has less baggage than Biden, and a real track record of winning Midwestern swing voters. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 17 days ago

The world’s scariest facial recognition software, explained

Clearview AI built a massive database of faces that it’s making available to law enforcement, and nobody’s stopping it. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 17 days ago

A crucial federal program tracking dangerous diseases is shutting down

Predict, a pandemic preparedness program, thrived under Bush and Obama. Now it’s canceled. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 19 days ago

Iowa’s 2016 caucus app worked and everyone forgot about it

The 2020 mobile app is being blamed for the Iowa caucus failure. But four years ago, this other mobile app worked just fine. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 20 days ago

Local groups blocking solar panels shows how the climate fight will play out

American politics is a thicket of local civic and political groups that may resist change. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 21 days ago

Why the longtime Democratic strategist is "scared to death" of the 2020 election | Continue reading


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James Carville Unloads on the Democratic Party

Why the longtime Democratic strategist is "scared to death" of the 2020 election | Continue reading


@vox.com | 21 days ago

Who Owns a Viral Dance?

"Renegade" and the thorny ethics of viral TikTok dances. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 23 days ago

Spotify is buying Bill Simmons' The Ringer to boost its podcast business

It’s the fourth podcast deal Spotify has done in a year. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 23 days ago

Spotify is buying Bill Simmons’ The Ringer to boost its podcast business

It’s the fourth podcast deal Spotify has done in a year. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 23 days ago

Disney+ Has 26.5M Subscribers

Disney added 10 million the first day it launched. The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda helped bring in 15 million more. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 24 days ago

China’s draconian response to the new coronavirus, explained by a China expert

"I’m most concerned about the unintended consequences." | Continue reading


@vox.com | 24 days ago

An “App” in Iowa caucuses lead to widespread confusion, delayed results

The 2020 election cycle kicks off with problems at the Iowa caucuses. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 24 days ago

Fashion has a misinformation problem. That’s bad for the environment

Questionable facts plague the conversation around sustainability and fashion, and that makes the industry harder to regulate. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 24 days ago

AI can help warn about coronavirus and other potential epidemics

AI helped spot an early warning about the outbreak, and researchers have used flight traveler data to figure out where the novel coronavirus could pop up next. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 25 days ago

FTC to block Gillette's $1.37B acquisition of razor startup Harry's

The FTC will sue to block the sale of razor startup Harry’s to Edgewell, the parent company of the Schick razor brand. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 25 days ago

Iowa unveils its new election security feature: Pieces of paper

The Iowa caucuses are our first look at new security measures for the 2020 election cycle. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 25 days ago

Thich Nhat Hanh’s final mindfulness lesson: how to die peacefully

"Letting go is also the practice of letting in, letting your teacher be alive in you," says a senior disciple of the celebrity Buddhist monk and author. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 27 days ago

Odd Job: This teen bought a bunch of vending machines. Now he makes six figures

Nineteen-year-old Jamie Ibanez owns five vending machines, but he makes most of his money from his YouTube channel. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 28 days ago

Why your free software is never free

If you’re not paying for the product, you are the product. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 29 days ago

Don’t expect Facebook’s $550M settlement to stop it from scanning your face

Facial recognition technology is advancing faster than the laws that regulate it. | Continue reading


@vox.com | 29 days ago