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The Vox 02/16/2020 16:19
Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and his husband Chasten greet supporters in Iowa in February 2020. | Win McNamee/Getty Images. Limbaugh made homophobic comments about Buttigieg and argued his orientation makes him a weaker candidate. Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg responded Sunday to homophobic comments right-wing radio show host Rush Limbaugh made about him last Wednesday by standing firmly by his marriage. Limbaugh, who was feted by President Donald Trump at the address, and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, referred to Buttigieg as “Booty-gieg” on his radio show last week, and offered a bitterly bigoted take on how the former’s mayor’s sexual orientation would affect his chances of winning the presidential nomi.
The Vox 02/16/2020 14:17
Getty Images. The officials argue Barr is setting a dangerous precedent in allowing the Department of Justice to become politicized. Over 1,100 former US Department of Justice officials have signed an calling for Attorney General Bill Barr to resign after senior department officials intervened to reduce a . "Each of us strongly condemns President Trump’s and Attorney General Barr’s interference in the fair administration of justice," the former Justice Department officials , calling Barr’s actions "a grave threat to the fair administration of justice.".
The Vox 02/16/2020 10:40
Getty Images. Biden says Sanders needs to "find out who the hell" is behind attacks on Nevada Culinary Union officials. Former Vice President Joe Biden on Sunday, arguing the senator has been inadequate in his response to harassment members of Nevada’s Culinary Workers Union say they’ve faced from some of Sanders’s online supporters after. In an interview with Meet the Press ’s Chuck Todd that aired Sunday, Biden said that the democratic socialist candidate "may not be responsible for it, but he has some accountability.". "
The Vox 02/16/2020 08:00
Democratic candidates for president at a Nevada Democratic Party even in Las Vegas last year. | Bridget Bennett/30240120A/AFP/Getty Images. Nevada is hard to poll, and new caucus rules are only making it harder. With less than one week to go until the Nevada caucuses, it’s not clear whether any of the eight remaining Democratic presidential candidates has a distinct advantage in the state, because Nevada — referred to as “the stepchild among the first four [Democratic primary] states,” by Nevada Independent editor Jon Ralston — gets . The reason? Although the caucuses — which will take place on February 22 this year — have been the third Democratic primary contest in the nation since 2008, the state is notoriously hard to poll. So hard, in f.
The Vox 02/15/2020 18:17
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks at an event at Texas’ Buffalo Soldier National Museum. | Mark Felix/AFP /AFP via Getty Images. Bloomberg faces these questions, highlighted by a new Washington Post report, as he rises in national polls. As presidential candidate and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has risen in Democratic primary polls — he’s currently in third place nationally according to — he’s faced increasing scrutiny about his past. In particular, Bloomberg has been challenged about allegations of sexism and sexual harassment in the workplace, and has been questioned about a number lawsuits filed against him and his eponymous company regarding those issues. On Saturday, a once again surfaced those concern.
The Vox 02/15/2020 13:30
Sen. Bernie Sanders addresses his supporters at a New Hampshire victory rally on February 11, 2020. | Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images. A new Nevada poll puts Sanders ahead in the state by 7 percentage points. A new shows Bernie Sanders with leading the Democratic presidential field in Nevada, where the third contest of the Democratic primary will be held in one week. The poll found 25 percent of likely Democratic caucus-goers support Sanders, 18 percent back former Vice President Joe Biden, 13 percent favor Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and 11 percent support former hedge fund manager Tom Steyer. Both former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar have the support of 10 percent of likely caucus-goers, and 8
The Vox 02/15/2020 10:29
Tourists wear masks in Paris, France amid coronavirus concerns in January 2020. | Jerome Gilles/NurPhoto/Getty Images. An 80-year-old tourist died in France; his case marked Europe’s first coronavirus death. A Chinese tourist died due to — the illness caused by the coronavirus outbreak first observed in Wuhan, China — at a French hospital on Friday. The case was the first reported death caused by the virus. “I was informed last night of the death of the 80-year-old patient who has been hospitalized at Bichat hospital since January 25, and who was suffering from a coronavirus pulmonary infection,” France’s health minister, Agnès Buzyn, on Saturday. The victim, who has not been named, arrived in France as a tourist on January 16. He was hospita.
The Vox 02/15/2020 09:00
A new Amazon warehouse in Bretigny-sur-Orge, October 22, 2019. | PHILIPPE LOPEZ/AFP via Getty Images. And the rest of the week’s best writing on books and related subjects. Welcome to Vox’s weekly book link roundup, a curated selection of the internet’s best writing on books and related subjects. Here’s the best the web has to offer for the week of February 9, 2020. In the wake of the American Dirt controversy, the literary-political group Dignidad Literaria has launched a “,” a collection of death threats received by marginalized authors. At the Guardian, Alison Flood talks to Myriam Gurba and Roxane Gay about :. Gay, who explained that she receives death threats every week, and , said that it was “important to acknowledge the death threats
The Vox 02/14/2020 18:30
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents fire H&K P2000 handguns during a qualification test at a shooting range on February 22, 2018, in Hidalgo, Texas. | John Moore/Getty Images. It’s yet another attempt to target sanctuary cities. The Trump administration is reportedly sending armed and highly trained law enforcement units to sanctuary cities across the country to support US Immigration and Customs Enforcement in carrying out immigration raids. As first reported by the , 100 US Customs and Border Protection officers, including those from the SWAT-like Border Patrol Tactical Unit, will be deployed from February through May across nine sanctuary cities: Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston, Boston, New Orlean.
The Vox 02/14/2020 18:00
Afghan security forces at the site of a suicide attack on February 11, 2020. | Xinhua/Xinhua Kabul via Getty Images. A seven-day reduction in violence will be the first test of whether a formal deal is possible. The United States and the Taliban that could be the start of ending America’s longest-running war. This is not a peace agreement, but rather something of a pre-agreement. The US and the Taliban have agreed to a seven-day “reduction in violence” pact, . It’s not clear when this deal will take effect, , or how it will be measured, . But the violence reduction deal is intended as a test of whether a more lasting ceasefire might be possible, according to a senior Afghan official. What a lasting ceasefire — specifically one between the Af.
The Vox 02/14/2020 17:20
Fears over the potential spread of the novel coronavirus is causing tech companies like Facebook to halt employee travel to China and now, cancel an international conference in San Francisco | Photo credit should read Miguel Candela / Echoes Wire/Barcroft Media via Getty Images. It’s the latest example of how the tech industry is reacting to worries about the virus’s spread. Facebook is canceling an annual marketing conference it was planning to host in San Francisco next month over concerns about the new coronavirus — . “Out of an abundance of caution, we canceled our Global Marketing Summit due to evolving public health risks related to coronavirus,” Facebook spokesman Anthony Harrison said in a statement to Recode. The social media giant
The Vox 02/14/2020 14:30
Walter Shaub speaks at a Nobody Is Above the Law rally in Washington, DC on November 8, 2018. | Larry French/Getty Images for MoveOn. “What I didn’t expect is how badly the system would fail to stop him,” Walter Shaub says. On Thursday — just eight days after his impeachment acquittal — President Donald Trump made a spectacle out of the very type of conduct that got him impeached in the first place. Trump implicitly linked the possible end of the federal government took against citizens of New York with the state’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) doing favors for him, including ending investigations of his finances. In short, he attempted an extortionate quid pro quo, right out in public. “I’m seeing Governor Cuomo today at The White House. He must un.
The Vox 02/14/2020 14:10
Locals cast their votes during the New Hampshire primary in Nashua, New Hampshire, on February 11, 2020. | Matthew Cavanaugh/Getty Images. But does cross-party voting work? Sort of. Karen Martin is an organizer for a local Tea Party group in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and a registered Republican. On February 29, she’ll cast a vote for Sen. Bernie Sanders in the South Carolina Democratic primary. Some Republicans, including the president’s son, have been boosting Sanders, perhaps to encourage division within the Democratic Party. But Martin told me that her vote is about proving a different point. She and in South Carolina want to end the state’s open primary system, which they believe leads to excessively moderate candidates breaking throu.
The Vox 02/14/2020 13:50
A Tinder logo on a smartphone. | Igor Golovniov/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images. Valentines come and go, but what you put online could be forever. While you’re out mining dating apps for love this Valentine’s Day, these platforms are doing the same to your data. That’s because these apps and sites’ business models rely on the information you provide, to determine things like the matches they suggest and the ads they show you as you swipe. But in a sea of strangers’ profile pictures, it can be hard to tell how, exactly, services like Tinder and OkCupid choose the suggested matches for you that they do. After all, the algorithms that power these platforms are proprietary, and companies have no interest in dishing out intimate details
The Vox 02/14/2020 13:20
Judge David B. Sentelle testified at the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on the future of the Independent Counsel Act in 1999. | Douglas Graham/Congressional Quarterly/Getty Images. When you’ve lost David Sentelle ... One of the most conservative judges in the country just handed down an opinion saying that the Trump administration acted illegally when it permitted the state of Arkansas to strip health coverage from thousands of Medicaid beneficiaries. Judge David Sentelle’s opinion in , on behalf of himself and two of his colleagues on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, is significant in its own right. But it is also significant because it suggests that the Trump administration will have a.
The Vox 02/14/2020 11:40
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers a keynote speech during the American Federation of Teachers Shanker Institute Defense of Democracy Forum at George Washington University on September 17, 2019, in Washington, DC. | Zach Gibson/Getty Images. Clinton needs to stop complaining about Sanders and endorse the woman who can beat him and Trump. As a trailblazing woman in public life, a lot has been asked of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the past four decades. She’s been forced to play the role of supportive wife and smile through humiliation. She’s been held to a higher standard than most men in office, enduring marathon sessions in front of hostile congressional panels for dubious reasons. She’s had to hide her ambit.
The Vox 02/14/2020 11:30
Zaya, third from right, with her family after her father Dwyane Wade’s final career home game in Miami on April 9, 2019. | Michael Reaves/Getty Images. Black trans kids desperately need public support. Wade’s moment on Ellen DeGeneres’s show is only the beginning. When former NBA star Dwyane Wade on Tuesday about his 12-year-old daughter coming out as transgender, I was blown away by the honesty and care shown on my TV screen. “We are proud parents of a child in the LGBTQ+ community and we’re proud allies as well. And we take our roles and our responsibilities as parents very seriously,” Wade told Ellen. “Zion, born as a boy, came home and said, ‘Hey, so I want to talk to you guys. I think going forward I am ready to live my truth. I want to.
The Vox 02/14/2020 11:00
Scott Olson/Getty Images. Why Bernie Sanders’s polling leads in California and Texas are so important. Sen. now holds critical polling leads in : New surveys show him ahead in California and Texas, the biggest prizes in the upcoming Super Tuesday elections on March 3. A new shows a Sanders surge, with the Vermont senator increasing his support by 12 points since last fall, up to 24 percent and ahead of former Vice President Joe Biden at 22 percent.
The Vox 02/14/2020 10:40
Medical staff in Wuhan, China, arrive at a hospital with a patient on January 25, 2020. It took weeks for public health officials to come up with the name Covid-19 for the new coronavirus disease. | Hector Retamal/AFP via Getty Images. A bad name for an illness can be dangerous. That’s why it took so long to settle on Covid-19. The new disease caused by the coronavirus outbreak that began in Wuhan, China, in December now has an official name: . It may not be elegant, but its roots are pretty straightforward: CO rona VI rus D isease 20 19 . “Coronavirus” refers to the family of viruses that the disease belongs to, and is named for its crown-like shapes under a microscope (“corona” comes from the latin word for “” and the Ancient Greek korōnè

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