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What to expect in the Alabama Senate election


Doug Jones and Roy Moore square off in a chaotic special election with national consequences. What should have been a sleepy, special election to fill now-Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s Alabama Senate seat turned into a chaotic, closely watched race on the national stage after Republican candidate Roy Moore was accused of sexual molestation and pursuing underage women while he was in his 30s.

The attempted Manhattan subway terror attack: what we know so far


The former NYPD commissioner says preliminary info suggests it was done in the name of ISIS. A man detonated a pipe bomb in a subway near Times Square at around 7:30 am Monday, in what New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling “an attempted terrorist attack.” The attacker is originally from Bangladesh, and the Trump administration seized on the attack as a reason to call for changes to the American immigration system, arguing that family-based immigration, which allows US citizens and permanent residents to bring certain family members to the United States, is responsible for the attacker’s presence in the country.

The sexual assault allegations against Kevin Spacey span decades. Here’s what we know.


The two-time Oscar winner has been dropped by his agent and publicist, and Netflix has effectively fired him from the final season of House of Cards.

Vox Sentences: No one knows what’s going to happen in Alabama


Vox Sentences is your daily digest for what's happening in the world, curated by Ella Nilsen. Sign up for the Vox Sentences newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox Monday through Friday, or view the Vox Sentences archive for past editions.

The attempted Manhattan subway terror attack: what we know so far


The former NYPD commissioner says preliminary info suggests it was done in the name of ISIS. A man detonated a pipe bomb in a subway near Times Square at around 7:30 am Monday, in what New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling “an attempted terrorist attack.” The attacker is originally from Bangladesh, and the Trump administration seized on the attack as a reason to call for changes to the American immigration system, arguing that family-based immigration, which allows US citizens and permanent residents to bring certain family members to the United States, is responsible for the attacker’s presence in the country.

Meet Lee Busby, the Alabama write-in candidate challenging Roy Moore


The former Marine says Alabama voters don’t like either of their choices. So he jumped in the race. Republicans toyed with, and then quickly abandoned, the possibility of a write-in campaign to challenge Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race.

White House claims there are eyewitnesses who can prove Trump didn't sexually harass anyone


Sarah Huckabee Sanders says she has reports of eyewitness accounts disputing Trump’s accusers. The first four women reporters called on at the White House press briefing Monday all asked about the same issue: the multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault against President Donald Trump.

The attempted Manhattan subway terror attack: what we know so far


The former NYPD commissioner says preliminary info suggests it was done in the name of ISIS. A man detonated a pipe bomb in a subway near Times Square at around 7:30 am Monday, in what New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling “an attempted terrorist attack.” What we know The NYPD has identified the suspect as a 27-year-old Brooklyn resident from Bangladesh named Akayed Ullah.

These are the people who would lose under Medicaid work requirements


This is the web version of VoxCare, a daily newsletter from Vox on the latest twists and turns in America’s health care debate.

The Trump economy is nothing special


A funny thing happened on Inauguration Day, and the exact same economic conditions that had existed throughout 2016 — steady but nonspectacular job growth, low unemployment, sluggish but real wage growth, record stock market valuations — changed political valences.

“I just stepped back from him in utter disgust”: 4 women accuse chef Mario Batali of sexual misconduct


But the celebrity chef is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to harassment in the restaurant industry.

Alabama's Republican senator says he couldn't vote for Roy Moore


He wrote in a Republican candidate because “Alabama deserves better.” “I couldn’t vote Roy Moore,” Sen.

Trump’s ban on transgender troops, explained


A few Trump tweets tried to undo a big Obama-era trans rights victory. Now the courts are standing in the way.

Pentagon: transgender people can enlist in the military starting January 1


The announcement comes amid another court ruling against President Donald Trump’s ban on trans troops.

Pentagon: transgender people can enlist in the military starting January 1


The announcement comes after another court ruling against President Donald Trump’s ban on trans troops.

The attempted Manhattan subway terror attack: what we know so far


The former NYPD commissioner says preliminary info suggests it was done in the name of ISIS. A man detonated a pipe bomb in a subway near Times Square at around 7:30 am Monday, in what New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling “an attempted terrorist attack.” What we know The NYPD has identified the suspect as a 27-year-old Brooklyn resident from Bangladesh named Akayed Ullah.

Saudi Arabia is allowing movie theaters to open for the first time in 35 years


But it’s more about the economy than it is about cultural openness. For the first time in more than 35 years, Saudis will be able to do something the rest of the world takes for granted: go to the movies.

One chart shows Democrats are now more eager than ever to run for office


It’s too early to tell if Democrats can flip the House in 2018. But hundreds of candidates are already lining up.

One chart that shows how Democrats are now more eager than ever to run for office


It’s too early to tell if Democrats can flip the House in 2018. But hundreds of candidates are already lining up.

3 winners and 3 losers from this year’s Golden Globes nominations


The nominations for the 2018 Golden Globes were predictably unpredictable. The nominations for the Golden Globes, made by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, are notoriously capricious and unpredictable, satisfying no one and startling many.


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