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The Vox 01/22/2020 15:00
Mr. Peanut, who is now dead. | Roberto Machado Noa/LightRocket via Getty Images. Bartholomew Richard Fitzgerald-Smythe is dead at 104. Mr. Peanut is dead. The monocle-wearing mascot of the snack food company Planters was by the official Mr. Peanut Twitter account on January 22, at the age of 104, even though technically he should have died more than a century ago because peanuts, which are not sentient, go bad after about four months. That is the least interesting question about all of this, though. Questions like, “How did Mr. Peanut die?” and “Obviously this is supposed to be a stunt to sell more Planters peanuts, but this strikes me as a potentially flawed marketing strategy?” and “Either way, we’re clearly just feeding into the machine b.
The Vox 01/22/2020 13:50
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts presides over impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump in the Senate on January 21, 2020. | Senate Television via Getty Images. A big case about whether states must fund religious schools could go up in smoke. is a case about two provisions of the First Amendment that are : The Free Exercise Clause limits the government’s ability to deny some benefits to people of faith. The Establishment Clause restricts the government’s ability to advance religion. The Court, as it acknowledged in a decision written nearly a half a century ago, has “.” Both are “cast in absolute terms,” Chief Justice Warren Burger wrote in (1970), and both of them, “if expanded to a logical extreme, would tend to clash.
The Vox 01/22/2020 13:20
Biden and Sanders share the stage at the fourth Democratic debate in Ohio in October 2019. | Win McNamee/Getty Images. A recent CNN national poll finds Sanders leading Biden by 3 points and no other candidate within 10 points of the two frontrunners. With less than two weeks to go until the first votes are cast in the 2020 Democratic primary, the national race for the nomination has stratified into three tiers, with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders for the first time with former Vice President Joe Biden. According to released Wednesday, among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents who are likely to vote in 2020, Sanders is now in the lead with 27 percent support compared to Biden’s 24 percent. Both numbers fall within the 3.4 percent margi.
The Vox 01/22/2020 12:30
Chief Justice John Roberts, after being sworn in for the Senate’s impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. | Ting Shen/Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images. Roberts rebuked impeachment managers and White House counsel for name-calling, but stayed silent about the Trump team’s lies. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts issued a stern warning to the House impeachment managers and President Donald Trump’s counsel in the final hours of the first day of the Senate impeachment trial after speeches by both sides began to feature personal attacks. Both House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler and White House counsel Pat Cipollone and Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow called each other liars; Nadler accused senators of treachery; and Sekulow.
The Vox 01/22/2020 12:10
Trump speaks during Wednesday’s news conference in Davos. | Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images. The president’s impeachment narrative is divorced from reality and impervious to correction. Hours after his lawyers began his , President Trump held a news conference at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in which he repeated many of those falsehoods and struggled to reconcile inconsistent statements he’s made about whether his aides should testify. In so doing, the president offered yet another illustration of how he and his team intend to not only to bluster their way through the impeachment trial, but even go as far as taunting Democrats who have so far been stymied in their efforts to compel testimony and document production. Contin.
The Vox 01/22/2020 12:00
US soldiers clearing rubble at Ain al-Asad military airbase on January 13, 2020. | Ayman Henna/AFP via Getty Images. Trump’s remarks struck many as callous. But he may have had a reason for making them. President Donald Trump is minimizing the injuries sustained by US troops attacked by Iran earlier this month, describing them as just. “I’ve seen what Iran has done with roadside bombs to our troops. I’ve seen people with no legs and no arms. I’ve seen people that were horribly, horribly injured,” Trump said Wednesday during his trip to the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland. “I don’t consider them very serious injuries relative to other injuries that I’ve seen.”Trump’s comments struck many as callous, given that concussions and poten.
The Vox 01/22/2020 11:10
The average person’s body temperature has dropped since this picture was taken in the 1950s. | H. Armstrong Roberts/ClassicStock/Getty Images. What’s a “normal” human body temperature? It depends. Despite what you were likely told in elementary school, the average human body temperature is not 98.6 °F. That commonly cited figure dates back to the 1850s, when a German doctor crunched that figure from data on 25,000 people in Leipzig. More recently, researchers found in a of 35,000 British people that average body temperature is a bit lower, more like 97.88°F. That raised the question of whether average human body temperature might decreasing over time. Now it turns out that may in fact be the case. In a new paper in the from a group of scient.
The Vox 01/22/2020 10:53
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh shakes hands with President Donald Trump before the State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol Building on February 5, 2019. | Doug Mills-Pool/Getty Images. June Medical Services v. Gee could pave the way for states to restrict abortion access out of existence. The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments this spring in , a case that could well be the vehicle the Court’s conservatives use to gut the right to an abortion. At the heart of the case is a 2014 Louisiana law requiring abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a local hospital. Abortion rights advocates say such laws serve no medical purpose and are merely an effort to shut down clinics — and in the landmark 2016 case , the Supreme C.
The Vox 01/22/2020 09:30
Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images. Mehdi Hasan discusses the rise of global Islamophobia on the Ezra Klein Show. With "reeducation" camps in China, religious disenfranchisement in India, ethnic cleansing in Myanmar, street violence in Sri Lanka, mass shootings in New Zealand, the flourishing of far-right parties across Europe, and the mainstreaming of Islamophobia in America, there’s been a global surge in anti-Muslim bigotry — often supported by the full power and might of the state.
The Vox 01/22/2020 09:00
Al Diaz/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images. The potential return of the "grand bargain" on budgetary balance. Social Security hasn’t been at the top of the American political agenda for years, but Bernie Sanders is putting it back — to take on Joe Biden. Sanders’s camp before the most recent Democratic debate, but then whiffed, as Sanders instead got pulled into a dispute with Elizabeth Warren. Then, over the weekend, , a Sanders adviser known for his attack-dog persona, wrote in a campaign email that "Biden for years has tried to slash Social Security and Medicare — all while Bernie was working to stop those cuts."
The Vox 01/22/2020 08:30
Illustration by Valentina Catto for The Folio Society’s edition of Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. Why we forgot about Anne Brontë, and why she’s worth remembering. January 17, 2020, was the 200th anniversary of Anne Brontë’s birth: neglected Anne, forgotten Anne, Anne who is the least famous sister in a family of celebrated geniuses.
The Vox 01/22/2020 08:20
President Donald Trump exits the stage after speaking at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual convention at the Austin Convention Center on January 19, 2020, in Austin, Texas. | Callaghan O’Hare/Getty Images. That’s not what “high crimes and misdemeanors” means. This weekend, while most Americans were enjoying an extra day off, the US House managers of President Trump’s impeachment and Trump himself both filed their opening briefs in the impeachment trial. The House manager’s brief is and reads, well, like a legal brief. It details, with citations to legal authorities and to the record, the evidence that Trump pressured Ukraine “help him win his own reelection by announcing investigations that were politically favorable for President.
The Vox 01/22/2020 08:10
Hillary Clinton, the winner of the 2016 popular vote for president, giving a speech after her concession in the election. | Matt McClain/Washington Post/Getty Images. The Electoral College is an anti-democratic relic. The Court could make it worse. The Supreme Court announced on Friday that it will hear a pair of cases — and — asking whether members of the Electoral College can be penalized or removed from office if they do not vote for the presidential candidate chosen by their state’s voters. Both cases involve “faithless electors” from states that supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential elections, but who wanted to cast their electoral vote for another candidate instead. The three electors in Chiafalo , according to the Washing.
The Vox 01/22/2020 08:00
Shirley Crowder, 70, who lost both her legs due to diabetes, is part of a home care program offered by Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. The program’s goal is to prevent people from repeatedly being admitted to the hospital. | Andrew Mangum for Vox. Maryland has a health care system unique in the United States: a global hospital budget. Here’s how it works. CUMBERLAND, Maryland — Barry Ronan, the president and chief executive of Western Maryland Health System, has an unofficial motto as patients leave his hospital: “We hope to never see you again.”“We’re not that blunt,” Ronan clarified on a Monday morning in November, sitting in his office overlooking the campus of Western Maryland hospital, a series of sleek gray and blue buildings t.
The Vox 01/22/2020 07:13
Chris Hughes works in his office at the Economic Security Project in New York City. | Annie Tritt for Vox. Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes has grand plans for wealth distribution. Plus: “Death positivity,” a pernicious comedy trend, and John Lewis’s forgotten words. Chris Hughes is one of the three founders of Facebook, less recognizable than Mark Zuckerberg, but behind the scenes, no less ambitious. In the decade since he left the company, Hughes has been alternately heralded and derided for his post-tech career choices. He joined the Obama campaign, tried being a titan of legacy media, and then, last year, he made waves as he called for the dismantling of the very social media monolith that had made him a multimillionaire. On our cover th.
The Vox 01/22/2020 07:10
Simon Sotelo of Portland, Oregon, was just 27 when she began planning what steps should be taken after her death. She represents a larger, pragmatic movement to confront the end of life. | Amanda Lucier for Vox. Unlike Boomers, young people are embracing planning their own funerals. It’s fueling changes in the death industry. Part of Issue #10 of The Highlight , our home for ambitious stories that explain our world. Simon Sotelo was 27 when she donated her body to science. The Portland, Oregon-based graphic designer is still very much alive — and presumably will be for decades to come. She doesn’t have any life-threatening afflictions or high-risk hobbies. But, Sotelo says, signing a contract that grants medical students in the distant futur.
The Vox 01/22/2020 07:10
Just a few of the caricatures and comedians whose humor has been at the expense of Asian Americans. From left, Sixteen Candles ’ Long Duk Dong, comedian Shane Gillis, Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Rosie O’Donnell and The Simpsons’ Apu. | Zac Freeland/Vox. Asian Americans like me are grappling with a culture that’s still okay with making fun of us. Part of Issue #10 of The Highlight , our home for ambitious stories that explain our world. Rosie O’Donnell apologized if there were any Indian people in the room during a standup set in Provincetown, Massachusetts, this past July. Sitting far to one side of the stage, I felt my stomach lurch. I was the only Indian person in the beachside club, and O’Donnell couldn’t see me as she launch.
The Vox 01/22/2020 07:10
John Lewis, at 23, was the youngest speaker at the March on Washington on August 28, 1963. | Bettmann Archive/Getty Images. The civil rights icon was told to cut a too-radical line from a famous speech. It says a lot about who he was. Part of Issue #10 of The Highlight , our home for ambitious stories that explain our world. In 1963, John Lewis was, at 23, the youngest person set to speak at the March on Washington. The original version of his prepared remarks accused the Kennedy administration of conspiring with white supremacists. He wanted to ask: “Which side is the federal government on?”But the march’s leaders the speech he wanted to give, arguing that it was too radical. The event leaders forced Lewis to take out that question, and to.
The Vox 01/22/2020 07:10
Chris Hughes, one of three founders of Facebook, has been alternately heralded and derided for his post-tech career choices. Has he finally found his calling? | Annie Tritt for Vox. The multimillionaire Facebook co-founder is the latest moneyed titan to turn philanthropist, and has even called for Facebook’s dismantling. Can he really make a difference? Part of Issue #10 of The Highlight , our home for ambitious stories that explain our world. Chris Hughes was enraged. The Facebook co-founder and I were leaving the Union Square subway station in Manhattan, which last fall was covered in ads for Twitter. The ads inside the station were one thing, but Hughes was seething that the campaign had extended outside, to the sidewalk. “They stenciled
The Vox 01/22/2020 07:00
Increasingly, the four Big Tech companies have come under antitrust scrutiny in the US. | DENIS CHARLET/AFP via Getty Images. As antitrust investigations into Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook ramp up, execs from Sonos, PopSockets, and Tile testified before Congress. Big Tech has a target on its back. Right now in the US, there are multiple, simultaneous government investigations focused on the business practices of each of the four Big Tech giants — Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook — that could someday lead to the breakup of these companies or major changes in how they operate. It’s easy to get lost in all the antitrust talk because of the complexity of antitrust laws in this country and the fact that most specific complaints about Big.

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