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The Vox 10/16/2019 07:00
A funeral director says that applying makeup on a body is not much different than on a living person. | Getty Images. Applying makeup on a dead person is not much different than on a living person, one funeral director says. Evie Vargas had always been drawn to death. That sounds morbid, or possibly extremely goth, but her interest wasn’t in the afterlife nor the aesthetics. Vargas wanted to pursue a profession rooted in service, and entering the death care industry was a calling — an inexplicable calling that, once she began work, seemed like destiny. Throughout high school, Vargas considered attending mortuary science school, but worried she wouldn’t be able to handle the sight of a dead body. Still, she knew that a two-year program could
The Vox 10/16/2019 00:20
A Democratic presidential candidate debate party in West Hollywood, California, on October 15, 2019. | Mario Tama/Getty Images. She dominated the debate and fielded attacks from the left and right. Judging by speaking time, certainly had the most to say — and the most attacks to respond to — at Tuesday’s Democratic debate. Of the 12 candidates onstage at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, Warren spoke the most by a decent margin, clocking in at 22 minutes of speaking time, followed by former Vice President Joe Biden, who spoke for 16 minutes. Warren’s leadership in speaking time not only indicated how much her responses dominated the debate, it also underscored her newly minted status as a frontrunner. At the end of tonight's , here'
The Vox 10/16/2019 00:10
Democratic presidential hopeful Mayor of South Bend, Indiana Pete Buttigieg looks on as former Texas representative Beto O’Rourke speaks during the fourth Democratic primary debate. | Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images. “I don’t need lessons from you on courage, political or personal.”and former boiled over on Tuesday during the Democratic debate. The disagreement between the two, which began in the wake of the September debate, centered on conflict over a mandatory assault weapons buyback, a policy that O’Rourke has touted but struggled to fully explain. While O’Rourke has argued that a buyback would help curb gun violence, Buttigieg has previously called it a “shiny object,” and did not hold back from reiterating this argument again on Tuesda.
The Vox 10/16/2019
Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images. And it was all over the place. Democrats running for president had their most vigorous debate yet about the power of tech companies, finally bringing the long-simmering conversation about Big Tech into the mainstream of Democratic politics. The dozen Democratic candidates quarreled for almost 15 minutes at the fourth presidential debate about topics including digital privacy rights, the monopoly power of companies like Amazon, political fundraising in Silicon Valley, and whether politicians like Donald Trump should be banned from Twitter.
The Vox 10/15/2019 23:55
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) appear on television screens in the media center during the Democratic presidential debate at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, on October 15, 2019. | Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images. From Kamala Harris on abortion rights to Julián Castro on police violence as gun violence, the 2020 Democratic candidates delivered some memorable responses on Tuesday. has been a major feature of every this election cycle. A major plank of that — women’s access to health care — has not. And Sen. has had enough of it. That the issue has come up so little in past debates is “outrageous,” the California senator said, in one of the most moving moments of Tuesday’s three-hour debate. “There are state.
The Vox 10/15/2019 23:45
Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images. Both productivity and economic growth have slowed down, not sped up. Productivity — economic output per hour of work — has grown at an unusually slow rate in recent years. That makes it hard to have robust economic growth. That slow overall growth isn’t the only reason average wage and income growth has been poor also doesn’t help. But Democratic candidates given the opportunity to address this topic at Tuesday’s debate mostly claimed to believe the country is experiencing a surge of automation-driven productivity increases . And the main dissent from that view came from Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who instead pointed the finger at trade. This trade versus automation debate is interesting and at least somewhat i.
The Vox 10/15/2019 23:40
Democratic presidential hopefuls Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former Vice President Joe Biden, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) take part in the fourth Democratic primary debate. | Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images. Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Yang clashed over a highly misunderstood issue during the Democratic debate. Democrats tackled several issues on the debate stage Tuesday night that had previously gone untouched. One of those was automation — the idea that robots and technology will replace workers and destroy jobs. It prompted a confusing discussion about whether automation is actually killing jobs or whether free trade policies are. And it didn’t offer up much of a clear answer. CNN moderator Erin Burnet cited a study predicting that a
The Vox 10/15/2019 23:35
Twelve presidential hopefuls are participating in the debate hosted by CNN and The New York Times in Westerville, Ohio, on October 15, 2019. | Win McNamee/Getty Images. Winner: Bernie Sanders. Loser: Joe Biden. Tuesday night’s Democratic debate, the fourth the Democratic National Committee has held so far, was big. It was long — three hours that sometimes felt much longer — and absurdly crowded, with 12 candidates on stage, a record for a televised presidential debate. But it was also arguably the most useful debate so far. It was unusually policy heavy, with spirited and detailed debates over automation and employment, the consequences of , wealth taxation, and more. It saw direct confrontation between candidates who had not previously squa.
The Vox 10/15/2019 23:14
Democratic candidates gather for a debate in Houston. | Justin Sullivan/Getty Images. Making the stage is going to be a whole lot tougher. The fifth Democratic presidential debate is set to take place on November 20 in the Atlanta area, and will be hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post. It could feature the smallest slate of candidates yet, and will be a crucial opportunity for top-tier contenders to further establish themselves as the early primaries approach. The debate is set to air on MSNBC and Radio One, and stream live on and . Since the criteria for making the stage is significantly tougher than that of past debates, the pool of candidates who’ll participate is expected to narrow some. Thus far, only eight candidates have qualified,
The Vox 10/15/2019 22:50
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) appear on television screens during the Democratic Presidential Debate on October 15, 2019. | Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images. Warren took the brunt of the attacks at the Democratic debate. It shows she’s reached frontrunner status. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has officially arrived as a 2020 frontrunner, and at Tuesday night’s Democratic debate, her opponents attacked her like one. In the past few weeks, Warren has climbed her way to the top of the 2020 pack where she’s now considered a frontrunner along with Vice President Joe Biden, according to a . Up until now, Warren has largely stayed out of the fray in the Democratic debates — rarely going on the offensive and mostly escaping fire herself. That changed sig.
The Vox 10/15/2019 22:45
Gina Rodriguez in March 2019. | JB Lacroix/Getty Images. The fiasco is part of a larger pattern for the Jane the Virgin star. Jane the Virgin star Gina Rodriguez found herself facing a social media backlash Tuesday afternoon, after she posted an Instagram story in which she used the n-word. Rodriguez has since deleted the video and apologized in a follow-up Instagram story. But many have dismissed the apology as insincere, in part because this incident comes after several others where Rodriguez made statements that raised eyebrows on social media, and seemed to paint her as having a less-than-respectful attitude toward black people. Consequently, many black social media users have taken Tuesday’s n-word incident as concrete evidence that the.
The Vox 10/15/2019 22:30
A record twelve presidential hopefuls are participating in the debate hosted by CNN and The New York Times. | Win McNamee/Getty Images. A range of presidential candidates want to hold opioid executives accountable — with prison time. At Tuesday’s Democratic debate, several presidential candidates agreed on one point: The pharmaceutical executives who helped create the should go to prison. Asked directly whether opioid executives should be locked up, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) said:. I am. And I will tell you as a former prosecutor, I do think of this as being a matter of justice and accountability because they are nothing more than some high-level dope dealers. They should be held accountable. This is a matter of justice. And so as president o.
The Vox 10/15/2019 22:25
Twelve democratic presidential hopefuls on stage during the fourth Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season. | Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images. Most say it was a betrayal of American allies and ideals. Others feel the US should stop “regime change wars.”President Donald Trump’s last week has led to an unmitigated disaster in the Middle East. In recent days, prisoners with suspected ISIS ties reportedly escaped a camp in the country. Syrian Kurdish fighters — who allied with the US to defeat ISIS — struck a with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government to fend off the invading Turkish forces. has already started to fill the vacuum America left. And Trump has now sanctioned Turkey for its actions, pitting the US
The Vox 10/15/2019 21:50
Former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg during the Democratic Presidential Debate. | Win McNamee/Getty Images. Warren got a frontrunner’s treatment over the hard questions of Medicare-for-all. on Tuesday night reopened a familiar fault line between presidential candidates: . (D-MA), having established herself as one of the two leading contenders, came under repeated attack over her support for Medicare-for-all and the question of how to pay for it. Warren took the first health care question from moderators: Would her health care plan raise taxes on the middle class? She dodged the narrow question of whether taxes would increase and instead argued that overall costs for those
The Vox 10/15/2019 21:48
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) speaks onstage during the fourth Democratic primary debate. | Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images. Reproductive rights finally got a moment. In advance of the on Tuesday night, reproductive rights and justice advocates around the country made a plea:. They were responding to the fact that in the previous debate in September, candidates got no questions about abortion rights, and they didn’t bring up the issue. But this time, Sen. Kamala Harris didn’t wait to be asked. In the midst of of whether Medicare for All would raise taxes on middle-class people, Harris changed the subject. “This is the sixth debate we have had in this presidential cycle,” she said, counting the two-night events in June and July. But amid “all of th.
The Vox 10/15/2019 20:39
Tom Steyer speaking at the California Democrats State Convention on June 1, 2019 in San Francisco. | Justin Sullivan/Getty Images. For billionaires who want to change US policy, there are better ways to spend your money. What do people want when they have it all? Reasonably often, they seem to want the US presidency. The latest billionaire who has set his sights on the White House is hedge fund investor and early impeachment activist , who made his way onto the debate stage on October 15, thanks to a. Several of America’s highest-profile billionaires have flirted with running for president, or actually run, in the past few decades. The late had one of the strongest showings a third-party candidate has ever had in 1992 and 1996, though he didn.
The Vox 10/15/2019 20:00
Democrats host their fourth presidential primary debate; Haiti is engulfed in corruption protests. Vox Sentences is your daily digest for what’s happening in the world. Sign up for the , delivered straight to your inbox Monday through Friday, or view the for past editions. Round 4 in the Democratic debates. Tonight is the fourth Democratic presidential debate, starting at 8 pm Eastern time; here’s what to expect. []. With 12 candidates on the stage, it will be the largest presidential debate in history. []. In order to qualify for tonight’s debate, candidates had to win at least 2 percent of support in four national polls and receive donations from 130,000 individuals. []. The candidates on stage tonight: former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. E.
The Vox 10/15/2019 18:00
Democratic candidates debate in Houston. | Win McNamee/Getty Images. Every candidate now supports the House’s inquiry. One major subject is hanging over : impeachment. Tuesday’s debate will be the first to take place after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the beginning of a of President Donald Trump this past September, and it’s expected to put 2020 Democrats on the spot. At this point, there’s universal support across the Democratic field in favor of an impeachment inquiry, though candidates are a bit more divided when it comes to pushing for the president’s ultimate removal — . Sen. Michael Bennet has argued that House Democrats need to proceed cautiously, for example, while Sen. Kamala Harris has said she doesn’t think the impeachment.
The Vox 10/15/2019 17:20
Senate Foreign Relations Chair Joe Biden before a hearing on policy options in Iraq on January 10, 2007. | Scott J. Ferrell/Congressional Quarterly/Getty Images. The former vice president has a long, complicated, and some would say checkered history with Iraq. Here’s the full story. Joe Biden says that when deciding whether to vote in favor of invading Iraq in 2002, he took President George W. Bush at his word and was led astray. “[Bush] looked me in the eye in the Oval Office. He said he needed the vote to be able to get inspectors into Iraq to determine whether or not Saddam Hussein was engaged in dealing with a nuclear program,” Biden told in September, explaining his Senate vote. “He got them in and before you know it, we had ‘shock and
The Vox 10/15/2019 16:30
The ethics of DNA editing are being established yeasr after CRISPR technology has been available to the public. | Photo by Alain Pitton/NurPhoto via Getty Images. The first episode of our new technology podcast Reset focuses on DIY gene editing. is a biophysicist who made headlines in 2017 when he tried to edit his genome live onstage at a conference. Using the to modify his DNA, Zayner whipped out a syringe and injected it into his arm. The whole thing was livestreamed on Facebook. But a year before that, host (then a science reporter at The Verge) watched Zayner perform a “full-body microbiome transplant” in a California hotel room. His goal was to fix gut issues and take control of his own medical care (he’d found traditional methods frus.

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