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What Trump and Clinton voters really think about Trump

Their views were more nuanced than our poll showed. At first glance, Trump voters and Clinton voters appear sharply divided on how they view Trump’s handling of the presidency so far.

Donald Trump is taking on Michelle Obama's healthy food legacy

3 battlefronts in Trump's effort to make American food unhealthy again Trump brags about eating fast food.

Your vote in the 2016 election explains almost everything about your climate beliefs

For “not a partisan issue,” climate change sure looks like a partisan issue. Last month, President Trump issued a long-promised executive order dismantling President Obama’s restrictions on carbon pollution — part of his broader assault on Obama’s environmental legacy.

No country on Earth is taking the 2 degree climate target seriously

If we mean what we say, no more new fossil fuels, anywhere. One of the morbidly fascinating aspects of climate change is how much cognitive dissonance it generates, in individuals and nations alike.

Doctors have decades of experience fighting “fake news.” Here’s how they win.

Some lessons from the health community’s long battle with misinformation. Long before Hilda Bastian was a health researcher, she endorsed a practice she believes may have cost lives.

7 pieces of essential pop culture to catch up on this weekend

Including the best new additions to your Netflix queue and the final season of Pretty Little Liars. Between movies, books, music, comics, podcasts, and the ever-growing glut of TV, there’s a ton of pop culture out there.

9 questions for Alain de Botton

The philosopher on emotional intelligence and the value of popular culture. How do people form opinions?

Jonathan Demme's film Rachel Getting Married sums up the late director's greatest talents

The 2008 film is a rich, music-filled family drama that garnered Anne Hathaway her first Oscar nomination.

How to avoid getting ripped off at the hospital

According to a doctor turned health care journalist. “The American healthcare system is rigged against you,” journalist Elisabeth Rosenthal writes in her new book, An American Sickness.

The tricks that nature documentaries use to keep you watching

It may feel deceptive to some viewers, but there’s a good reason these tricks are used. Nature documentaries are full of little tricks to grab viewers’ attention.

Canada fought the War on Science. Here’s how scientists won.

Last weekend’s March for Science, in particular, brought a renewed sense of purpose and urgency to Earth Day — and the momentum should carry on at Saturday’s People’s Climate Movement March.

On his 100th day in office, President Trump is still running a bare-bones government

President Donald Trump is barreling into his 100th day in office, and the federal government remains a bare-bones operation.

You can stop asking writers who inspired them — all of the answers are now in one place

Welcome to Vox’s weekly book link roundup, a curated selection of the week’s best writing on books and related subjects.

Beyoncé’s gorgeous pregnancy has a powerful subtext for health

She’s drawing attention to a longstanding national health crisis. Beyoncé is on a quest to change how the world sees pregnancy.

American Airlines gave its workers a raise. Wall Street freaked out.

This is why we can’t have nice things. American Airlines agreed this week to do something nice for its employees and arguably foresighted for its business by giving flight attendants and pilots a preemptive raise, in order to close a gap that had opened up between their compensation and the compensation paid by rival airlines Delta and United.

Vox Sentences: It’s been almost 100 days. But who’s counting?

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

The past 48 hours in Trump's bizarre, ever-changing North Korea policy, explained

"There is a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with North Korea,” President Donald Trump told Reuters in an interview published on Friday morning.

A very simple theory for why the House is struggling to repeal Obamacare

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 North Korean nuclear threat, explained

Experts are urging Trump to act now, while he still can. North Korea has been showing off its latest range of ballistic missiles by launching them into the Sea of Japan and parading them around.

The economy is barely growing. These are 3 theories why.

The Commerce Department released estimates Friday showing that the economy is growing more slowly than it has in years.