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Google is suing Uber for allegedly stealing a key self-driving car technology


Google just filed a lawsuit against Uber that will have huge implications for the future of self-driving car technology.

Vox Sentences: Town hall attendees are Jesus-booing mad


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

Cancer can bankrupt its victims. Obamacare was designed to stop that.


Millions are in jeopardy under Obamacare repeal-and-replace plans. Julienne Edwards was 26, five days away from taking the California bar exam and 14 months away from her wedding, when she felt a twinge in her stomach.

Trump’s Department of Justice just reopened business for private prisons


A new memo rescinds a policy enacted by the Obama administration. Donald Trump’s Department of Justice has reopened its doors to business from private prisons.

Kellyanne Conway: women who oppose Trump "just have a problem with women in power”


Conway’s comments at CPAC reflect a common stereotype among conservatives about feminism. When White House counselor Kellyanne Conway tried to defend President Trump’s record on women Thursday, she picked a strange way to do it: claiming that attendees of the Women’s March, and many other women who oppose Trump, “just have a problem with women in power.” “One thing that’s been a little bit disappointing and revealing and that I hope will get better is, turns out that a lot of women just have a problem with women in power,” Conway said onstage Thursday morning at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the nation’s most prominent gathering of conservative political activists and operatives.

Trump CPAC speech live stream: time and how to watch online


On Friday February 24, at 10:20 am Eastern, President Donald Trump will address the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in a suburb of Washington, DC.

Sean Spicer just said that we should expect an anti-marijuana crackdown under Trump


If Spicer is right, the administration will take federal marijuana enforcement more seriously. Over the past few years, eight states and Washington, DC, have legalized marijuana for recreational purposes, and 20 more have legalized it for medical uses.

What the J.K Rowling vs. Piers Morgan Twitter feud says about celebrity power dynamics


Beloved Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling and slightly-less-beloved former tabloid editor and current TV personality Piers Morgan recently got into a Twitter war.

Trump wants to roll back Obama’s Clean Power Plan. Here’s how he’ll do it.


In the coming days, President Donald Trump is widely expected to sign an executive order that will kick off the long, difficult process of dismantling President Barack Obama’s signature climate policy — the Clean Power Plan.

Why Europe is so confused by the Trump administration on NATO


A top military officer’s reassurances on the alliance will be viewed with skepticism by allies. During a panel at the Brookings Institution on Thursday morning, Marine Corps Gen.

This Snapchat filter helps explain why Paul Ryan's corporate tax reform is flailing


House Republicans have faced a lot of resistance in their fight to add “border adjustment” to the corporate income tax, which would exempt revenue from exports from taxation and prevent companies from writing off money they spend on imports as an expense.

Today in Obamacare: half of federal vaccine funding is tied up in the ACA


That’s a problem for repeal. We’re focusing a lot on the 22 million people who could lose their health insurance if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.

The assassination of Kim Jong Un's half-brother keeps getting weirder


North Korea denied responsibility for the murder of Kim Jong Nam. Here’s what we know. Ten days after Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, was killed at a Malaysian airport, we still don’t know who murdered him — or why.

Oscars 2017: every movie nominated for an Academy Award, ranked


20th Century Women Rank: 20 awardType: screenplayOriginal Nominated for: Original Screenplay (Mike Mills) 20th Century Women is an autobiography of a cultural moment, driven by stellar performances from Annette Bening, Greta Gerwig, and Elle Fanning.

The moment Trump turned his back on LGBTQ people


Trump welcomed LGBTQ people to the Republican Party. Then he revoked one of the few protections transgender kids have.

6 in 10 Americans can't name a Best Picture nominee. That’s precisely why the Oscars matter.


A Hollywood Reporter poll about politics and the Oscars reveals a complex relationship between moviegoers and the movie industry.

I'm witnessing the near defeat of AIDS in Africa. But I fear what comes next.


Trump must continue to invest in AIDS relief to see us to the end of the epidemic. In 2002, when I first started working on HIV/AIDS in southern Africa, my friends and colleagues devoted every weekend to attending funerals.

I'm witnessing the near-defeat of AIDS in Africa. But I fear what comes next.


Trump must continue to invest in AIDS relief to see us to the end of the epidemic. In 2002, when I first started working on HIV/AIDS in southern Africa, my friends and colleagues devoted every weekend to attending funerals.

Trump wants to roll back Obama’s Clean Power Plan. Here’s how he’ll do it.


In the coming days, President Donald Trump is widely expected to sign an executive order that will kick off the long, difficult process of dismantling President Barack Obama’s signature climate policy — the Clean Power Plan.

John Boehner told Republicans some inconvenient truths on Obamacare


The GOP’s repeal-and-replace strategy made sense in 2012. It’s a mess in 2016. Former House Speaker John Boehner says he started “laughing” when he heard the GOP’s plan to swiftly repeal and replace Obamacare.


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